Updated on March 02, 2015 - DIGBY – The mayor of Digby says representatives from the Nova Scotia Tourism Agency (NSTA) are ready to meet with him now to talk about the closure of the provincial visitor information centre in Digby.
Updated at 13:51 - SHELBURNE -Cold weather caused a large number of fish deaths for Cooke Aquaculture in Nova Scotia last week. .
Updated at 14:31 - MIDDLETON – Two Middleton schools were briefly in lockdown mode early this afternoon, and police were on the scene after Annapolis RCMP received a report that a suspicious person was seen and might have had a weapon..
Updated on March 01, 2015 - TC MEDIA - While all four girls on Team Fay are only in their early teen years, the stress of Saturday’s Canada Games final may have tacked on a few extra years of wear.
Updated at 10:50 - TRURO – Local research shows a high prevalence of a green crab pathogen has been found in lobsters in part of Atlantic Canada..
Updated on February 27, 2015 - Lily is a bit of a loner around other cats, but loves people and is affectionate in her own quiet way. She can be a little jealous at times, wanting all the attention to herself, so is best suited to a one cat household..
Updated on February 27, 2015 - WESTPORT – “It was a good job.” That’s what Pete Welch, of Westport, says of his 10 years tending the Peter’s Island light..Photo
Updated at 08:22 - Early last week, a study from a group of universities, research centres and environmental groups in the United States pointed out a broadening danger for commercial fisheries in 15 states, 14 of them on the Atlantic coast..
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