ON THE 11th HOUR: when the war went quiet
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RCMP investigation into 'suspicious' Weymouth fire continues
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The Digby Courier
Yarmouth Firefighters Association calls dispatch plan 'risky;' Yarmouth Mutual Aid weighs in on matter too
Jason Deveau to seek Liberal nomination in West Nova for next year’s federal vote
Marijuana sales brisk in Atlantic region
Police seek person of interest in theft at Bridgetown electronics shop
Princess of Acadia ferry dismantling well underway
Ransacked home, stolen whiskey, burning bus keep Annapolis District RCMP busy
Baby delivery at Bridgetown Tims among calls for Annapolis District RCMP
BRIDGETOWN, N.S. - Strong winds, fallen trees and power lines, a cruiser baby, and motor vehicle fender benders kept the members of the Annapolis District RCMP busy the week of Oct. 29 to Nov. 4. Following are highlights of the week: Oct. 29, ...
Clare, Argyle preparing bid to host 2024 Acadian congress
ARGYLE/CLARE, N.S. – The southwestern Nova Scotia municipalities of Clare and Argyle are preparing a joint bid to host the seventh Congrès mondial acadien (CMA), to be held in August 2024. The region last took part in the congress in ...
Nov. 7 emergency department closure at Digby General Hospital
DIGBY, N.S. - The emergency department at Digby General Hospital will be closed Wednesday, Nov. 7 at 6:00 a.m. and will reopen at 10:00 p.m. The Nova Scotia Health Authority says this is due to a lack of physician availability. Anyone with ...
Annapolis District RCMP investigating apparent three-day crime spree in Springfield area
BRIDGETOWN, N.S. - Several thefts from vehicles, break-ins, wandering farm animals, and traffic accidents kept the Annapolis District RCMP going from call to call the week of Oct, 22 to 26. Most notably there were numerous break-ins in the ...
Closure schedules announced for Digby and Shelburne hospitals due to lack of physician availability
SOUTHWESTERN, N.S. – The Nova Scotia Health Authority has announced emergency department closures at the hospitals in Digby and Shelburne due to a lack of physician availability. The emergency department at Digby General Hospital will be ...
Seven fire departments in tri-counties have left Yarmouth dispatch centre amid concerns over uncertainty and costs
YARMOUTH, N.S. – There are seven fire departments in the tri-counties who have already left the Yarmouth dispatch centre, which, says one municipal unit, was by no means an easy decision to make. “We didn’t take it lightly, it ...
Annapolis District RCMP deal with thefts, crashes, and an apple-throwing posse
BRIDGETOWN, N.S. - Motor vehicle collisions, cannabis transportation, thefts, and assault with crab apples were just a few of the calls the Annapolis District RCMP responded to during the week of Oct. 15 to 22. Oct. 16, 2018 -- It’s bad ...
Houston elected leader of Nova Scotia Progressive Conservatives
Promising “change is coming,” Tim Houston swept to victory at the Nova Scotia Progressive Conservative party convention on Saturday. ...
Lohr says ‘the party has spoken’ as Tim Houston elected as new PC leader
It wasn’t the result he wanted, but Kings-North MLA John Lohr conceded that Tim Houston is the new leader of the PC party of Nova Scotia ...
Clarke, citing party unity, throws support behind Tim Houston following first ballot
The next leader of the Nova Scotia Progressive Conservative Party will not be from Cape Breton, as leadership candidate Cecil Clarke was hoping for. ...