Trial & Error rests its case, wraps its first season, and ...

A.V. Club - The AV ClubA.V. ClubTime flies when a network blows through two—sometimes even three—episodes of a series per week, and thus we've already...

TVF&R: Driver flipped car after hitting bicyclist

Hayward hit one car on SW Murray Boulevard near Bonnie Brae just before 5 p.m., She kept going, straddling both the sidewalk and bike lane...

Students pushing NS government to create legislation to prevent sexual violence

... Canadian Federation of Students. “It's something that students have won in Ontario, British Columbia and Manitoba.” Kiddell says the federations has sent a letter...

N.S. celebrates volunteers

J.J. Grant, Premier Stephen McNeil and Communities, Culture and Heritage Minister Tony Ince attended the Halifax ceremony, which saw awards given to 65 volunteers nominated...

New rental supplement funding announced for Nova Scotia

“We want to help more Nova Scotians with low-incomes find a safe, affordable place to call home, near the services and support they need,” said...

Ontario couple facing multiple offences

Rommel Jimenez, 41, of Eglinton Avenue, Toronto, and Alicia Maureen MacDonald, 33, of Gilder Drive, Scarborough, are facing more than 20 criminal charges including multiple...

Day care owner charged after shocking abuse caught on cam | New ...

The owner of a Nebraska day care center was arrested after a shocking video surfaced showing her abusing a 4-year-old girl — striking her repeatedly...

What Harrison Barnes has in common with Reggie Miller, Larry Bird, according to Rick Carlisle

Because we were up against it so much and we did have other key guys out, Harrison really had to become the hub of the...

Police seize dozens of stolen items during arrest in North Sydney

Two people are facing 58 criminal charges for their alleged involvement in numerous frauds and thefts from Ontario to Newfoundland. Alicia Maureen MacDonald, 33, of...

Local Scoreboard 4/15

Green Bay Press GazettePREP SPORTS. BOYS TENNIS. Kimberly 4, De Pere 3. Singles. No. 1: Warren Mangum, DP, def. Chase Robinson, 7-6, 4-6, 10-5; No.

Woman accused of child abuse at day care turns up in Missouri Valley

Police said they received a complaint April 3 about alleged child abuse at Rowe's center, with parents Allen, 43, and Kelley Meyers, 45 reporting that...

Chronicle Herald union to file labour complaint in wake of purchase of 28 news outlets

The Nova Scotia Federation of Labour said in a news release they are also pushing for provincial Labour Minister Kelly Regan to appoint an industrial...

New Springhill radio tower to benefit emergency responders

The tower is one of four around the province, totaling $1.6 million, announced this morning by Internal Services Minister Labi Kousoulis. Improving radio coverage is...

Interview: Rifftrax's Michael J. Nelson, Bill Corbett and Kevin Murphy

Michael J. Nelson, Bill Corbett and Kevin Murphy have perhaps the best jobs in the world. They get to make fun of movies professionally, first...

Nova Scotia's immigration minister offends Armdale woman while canvassing

An Armdale woman is accusing provincial Immigration Minister Lena Diab of racist stereotyping after the politician assumed she was a non-citizen, apparently based on her...

Charlie McAvoy set to make NHL debut with Bruins, pair with Kevan Miller in Game 1

McAvoy is set to be the eighth Bruins player in team history to play in a postseason game before a regular-season matchup, joining Bill Anderson,...

Nova Scotia Tories decry premier's sudden spending promises on hospitals as political move

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia's opposition parties are accusing the Liberal government of playing pre-election politics with hospitals after the premier rolled out promises for a...

Glooscap First Nation to get Internet speed boost

Kings South MLA Keith Irving said the province will continue to look into ways to bring more high-speed Internet to more communities. “It's a priority…...

CEC students preparing to stage Rock of Ages

“It shows maturity and commitment. It's a great experience to be able to do this with this group of people. It's a challenge but it's...

LETTER: Prompt response to road complaint

Apparently, neither Karla nor the provincial road repair people were aware of this problem on Lodge Road. With perhaps as many as 600 county roads,...

Drug sweep nets 6 arrests in Seabrook

Julio Carrillo, 44, Frank Souther, 32, Tiffany Jurgel, 33, Steven Vaughn, 48, and Lynn Eaton, 52, all living in units at the Pine Crest Condominium...

Biff America: Writing an unseen friend (column)

Last night I spent the evening reading letters from a dead gal. Being an optimist, I decided to write her back. For two years Karen...

Bowls: Away rinks ensure triumphant finish for Sunderland's Inter-County League team after 37 years

2012 winner Joe Sutherland moved into the last four with an impressive 21-8 win over Patrick Thomson and will meet Peter Thomson (snr), who beat...

Inter-provincial Canada Free Trade Agreement 'a win for the Nova Scotia economy'

Seeing all these different provinces and territories being able to sit together and reach this agreement is a good thing for our country and certainly...

Whalen travelling to France with Trudeau

Diana Whalen will represent Nova Scotia at the ceremony to mark the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge in France on Sunday. The...

An election in the offing?

The previously-now-permanently anonymous Liberal backbencher, Joyce Treen, figures the best way to feed hungry Nova Scotians is for individual MLAs to dole out the grocery...

Public feedback 'divisive' on using tolls to pay for twinned highways

Throughout the process, Transportation Minister Geoff MacLellan has said twinning would happen at a much slower pace if the province couldn't rely on tolls to...

Province announces $10m annual funding for gravel roads

The province will be dishing out $10 million a year to address repairs and reconstruction on gravel roads. On Friday, Minister of Transportation Geoff MacLellan...

Nova Scotia spends $974K to cut psychological testing waitlist of 300 students

... challenges has grown, and so we need to make sure that we have, at the end of this, a staff in place in our...

Overpass money irks Middle River road residents

“A few weeks ago MLA Pam Eyking came and travelled the road with Gerard Jessome from the transportation department. At that time she was saying...

'No secret' Nova Scotia election is coming: Premier

WATCH: Premier Stephen McNeil says the tens of millions announced over the last several weeks is all part of his government's long term plan. But...

Much relief with Pictou Academy staying

However, Pictou West MLA Karla MacFarlane said the grade configuration of P-8 and 9-12 makes it much easier for a future shutdown of the 9-12.

Every Nova Scotian to have family doctor within three years: health minister

Now into the fourth year of their mandate, the Liberals are now saying it will take another two or three years to fulfil that pledge,...

Liberal minister wants apology from Conservatives

The Conservative news release stated that house leader Chris d'Entremont was questioning whether Samson actually filed his disclosure statement, which is due under the Conflict...

Nova Scotia spending spree touted as indication of potential spring election

The academy is in the Lunenburg riding that was captured by Liberal Suzanne Lohnes-Croft in 2013, after it was held by the NDP in 2009...

Nova Scotia minister says he won't step aside in electoral map dispute

But Samson said d'Entremont's statement is “playing politics” and called it unfortunate. He also said the redrawing of boundaries in 2012 caused the situation being...

An Educated Advisor Beats A Regulated Advisor: Financial Advisors' Daily Digest

MarketWatchTo that end, I am pleased to see that John Lohr has started a Marketplace subscription called "The Fiduciary Sale" aimed at helping advisors "use...

'We cannot feed our way out of this crisis': Feed Nova Scotia

WATCH: Last year, food bank use in Nova Scotia climbed faster than any other Canadian province. As Marieke Walsh reports, the executive director of Feed...

INFOGRAPHIC: Feed Nova Scotia sounds alarm on food banks

Progressive Conservative MLA Eddie Orrell said the best way to tackle hunger is lowering taxes on both people and businesses, allowing companies to hire more...

Lunenburg Yacht Club to expand

“We're proud to invest in the Lunenburg Yacht Club,” said MLA Suzanne Lohnes-Croft, on behalf of Tony Ince, Minister of Communities, Culture and Heritage. “With...

MLA wants minister to address Pubnico ambulance concerns; EHS official says response times not an issue

D'Entremont says the overall problem facing EHS is that the number of calls they're getting provincially is up, but they haven't hired more paramedics or...

Boys Volleyball: 2017 Shore Conference Team Capsules

Key returners: Alex Francese (Sr. Libero), Brendan Maguire (Sr. Outside), Kieran Ryan (Jr. Setter), Nick Maalour (Jr. Outside), Nic Ferraro (Jr. Middle). Key newcomers: Dylan...

Bill Kirby Jr.: Keith Horne was a man of his word, with a generous heart

“He was very loyal, honest and hard working,” Patrick Smith says about Keith Horne, who owned Sandy Ridge Electric for 31 years, and where employees...

Halifax Transit gets $3.2M for new floating dock at Alderney Landing

Although the province is not contributing any money to the project, the McNeil government sent Halifax Chebucto Liberal MLA Joachim Stroink to the event to...

Province supports Lunenburg Academy revitalization

Lunenburg MLA Suzanne Lohnes-Croft announced the funding Friday, which is also supported by Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency with an investment of more than $66,000 and...

Husband of cabinet minister Lena Diab not criminally responsible for assault

The husband of Nova Scotia cabinet minister Lena Diab has been found not criminally responsible for an assault against her on New Year's Eve. Maroun...

Pictou West MLA intends to fight for Pictou Academy legislation

MLA Karla MacFarlane isn't going to let a piece of legislation regarding Pictou Academy be repealed without a fight. Advertisement. A piece of legislation from...

Report: Former Sens executive sues owner Eugene Melnyk, alleging 'abusive' behavior

Melnyk and his Capital Sports holdings group, represented by Toronto lawyer Laurie Jessome, have filed a notice to defend. .... So, instead of giving him...

NS cabinet minister's husband found not criminally responsible for domestic violence

Maroun Diab, who is married to Immigration Minister Lena Diab, was charged with threatening, choking and assaulting his wife at their home on Houda Court...

Legislators quickly push bill targeting garbage monopoly as contract extension draws closer

Both sides of the issue are well-staffed in Carson City; Republic Service lists seven lobbyists representing the company including former Assembly Majority Leader William Horne...