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According to Health Canada, there are currently 134 companies licensed to produce cannabis in Canada — 90 of those were licensed in the last 16... [Read More]
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Psychiatrist Stanley Kutcher is Nova Scotia's newest voice in the Red Chamber. Kutcher's Senate appointment was announced Wednesday by the Prime Minister's... [Read More]
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The gap between the provincial Liberal and PC parties is narrowing, as the governing Grits slip to their lowest level of support in a year,... [Read More]
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The Canadian International Trade Tribunal is no longer asking the federal government to halt awarding a definition contract in its massive multibillion-dollar warship procurement, The... [Read More]
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"We want to make sure that to Health Canada understands the negative impact that the lack of supply is having."    ... [Read More]
CBC, VIA Rail among worst offenders... [Read More]
The Department of National Defence has halted plans to contract out cleaning jobs at 14 Wing Greenwood and CFB Kingston after pressure from the unions... [Read More]
Atlantic Canadians are making more effort to buy local these days, according to the results of a recent poll. [Read More]
The next federal election, barring an early call, is over a year out but one Nova Scotia riding is already looking like an interesting battleground. [Read More]
One Dartmouth church is giving new meaning to the phrase "let there be light" with the installation of 140 solar panels that will power their... [Read More]
A group representing Nova Scotia's 25,000 non-status and off-reserve Aboriginal people says the provincial government has been dismissive in their repeated attempts to forge a... [Read More]
Nova Scotia MPs are praising the Liberal party's decision to open up membership to all Canadians. [Read More]
The Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources is getting four new helicopters to replace its current aging fleet of five. A request for proposals for... [Read More]
Ottawa will invest $49 million in 61 small craft harbour projects in Nova Scotia over the next two years. Federal Fisheries Minister Hunter Tootoo was... [Read More]
Ottawa will invest $49 million in 61 small craft harbour projects in Nova Scotia over the next two years. Federal Fisheries Minister Hunter Tootoo was... [Read More]
Production of genetically modified fish will not be welcome in Nova Scotia any time soon, according to provincial fisheries minister Keith Colwell. [Read More]
From a technical standpoint, Nova Scotian women with fertility issues have access to some of the best care in Canada. From a financial perspective,... [Read More]
There's about to be a new player in Nova Scotia's political arena. The Atlantica Party, a fringe political group, has nearly completed the process... [Read More]
Autism Nova Scotia is concerned about the number of autistic children in the province who are not getting the support they need to fully access... [Read More]
Three Nova Scotia connections have emerged in the latest files released this week from the massive Panama Papers data leak that contains information about millions... [Read More]
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