DHX Media to voluntarily delist from Nasdaq exchange
Respond time for Cape Breton accused may increase
Mooseheads athletic therapist deserves kudos for quick thinking
N'sa re-signs with Wanderers
Nova Scotia to ban flavoured vaping products as of April 1
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Fundy Highland Selects capture tournament title
Chinese airline to start direct charter flights to Halifax next fall
Bryony House finds temporary shelter location
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Noël Després, Université Sainte-Anne’s New Chancellor
NDP, AIDS coalition push Nova Scotia to cover preventative drug
Playset from closed elementary school to be relocated to Meteghan Family Park
Decomposed whale washes up on Sandford shore
Yarmouth businesswoman 2020 Atlantic Canadian hairstylist of the year
Nova Scotia farmers' federation relieved by CN workers tentative deal
Ferry slip work causing ferry woes for Islands residents on Digby Neck
A significant and months-long project to repair the ferry slips in Tiverton and East Ferry in Digby County will cause frequent, irregular and extended delays in the ferry crossing schedule. The work, which is now underway, is urgently needed ...
UPDATE: Four Atlantic Canada MPs included in Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's new cabinet
Nova Scotia MP Bernadette Jordan will be Canada’s new fisheries minister, while Newfoundland and Labrador’s Seamus O’Regan will take over the high-profile natural resources post. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau unveiled his cabinet ...
West Pubnico writer Laurent d’Entremont publishes sixth book
West Pubnico author Laurent d’Entremont has long been popular for his colourful, gently-descriptive stories of the way life used to be in the “old days.” His sixth book – The Two-Acre Farm – is the latest for your ...
Municipality of Clare launches second annual Season of Giving campaign
For the second year in a row, the Municipality of Clare has launched its Season of Giving campaign to collect donations for local charitable organizations. Until Thursday, Dec. 19, residents are encouraged to drop off a donation, such as a ...
Poll says Canadians think MacKay would be better leader than Scheer
Peter MacKay is still one of Canadians’ top choices to lead the Conservative party, despite saying he’s not seeking the job. In its latest poll, Abacus Data asked Canadians who they would prefer to see as leader of the Conservatives. ...
VIDEO: Remembrance Day 2019 in Atlantic Canada
People across Atlantic Canada took part in Remembrance Day ceremonies on Monday, Nov. 11 to recognize the sacrifices of our country's veterans. SaltWire journalists around the region captured some of the sights and sounds from the ...
Remembrance Day coverage from around Atlantic Canada
Our team of SaltWire journalists across Atlantic Canada have produced dozens of stories in the days leading up to Remembrance Day 2019. Take a look at the stories they've told as we prepare to remember all those who sacrificed for ...
Shelburne County communities being engaged to talk about health care
The Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA), in partnership with the Barrington and Area Chamber of Commerce, the Municipality of Barrington, and the Town of Lockeport are undertaking a series of four community conversations in Shelburne County in ...
Central Kings crowned Division 2 provincial champions
The Central Kings Gators chomped the competition, besting the West Kings in the Division 2 NSSAF high school boys Provincial Championship finals. Central Kings established an early lead in the first half and kept up consistent pressure on West ...
MEGA doctors determined to raise awareness of health-care issues in Annapolis Valley
Rebecca Brewer and Rob Miller, Valley-based doctors and co-founders of Make Emergency Great Again (MEGA), are frustrated but not deterred. A GoFundMe initiative they started has fallen short of its intended goal of raising $100,000 for long-term ...