Updated at 12:24 - Once seen, there are things that can’t be unseen. For 20 years, it was Debra Komar’s job to inform where most turn a blind eye.1
Updated on March 11, 2014 - Nova Scotians are encouraged to nominate an adult learner for the Council of the Federation Literacy Award for their contribution to literacy and learning..
Updated at 08:06 - It’s going to be a Cat fight..
Updated at 09:06 - Retailers in Canada are expected to sell less this year but at higher prices, reflecting rising energy costs and a weaker dollar, amid lacklustre wage and employment growth as Canada's economy strives to find its footing, says a new report from CIBC....
Updated on March 05, 2014 - The value of introducing young women to non-traditional careers through the annual Young Women’s Conference at NSCC Burridge, presented by Skills Canada-Nova Scotia on March 4, can be summed up in one sentence..Photo
Updated on March 11, 2014 - To the Editor,.
Updated on February 28, 2014 - By Karla Kelly FOR THE DIGBY COURIER NovaNewsNow.com.
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