Updated on February 12, 2016 - BURNSIDE – Joe Smith pulls a dark blue windbreaker from his duffle bag. Emblazoned with the Halifax Regional Police crest, the text underneath it reads ‘Burnside Watch.’
Updated on February 10, 2016 - The work of Premier Wade MacLauchlan’s first year in the legislature will officially close and a new throne speech will be delivered in April a move that has Opposition Leader Jamie Fox worried about a possible HST hike..
Updated on February 05, 2016 - SYDNEY — A company that turns municipal waste into products like biomass fuel pellets is the winner of this year's the Innovacorp I-3 Startup competition for the best new tech startup in Nova Scotia..
Updated on February 03, 2016 - Small and medium-sized enterprises have an unfortunate habit of repeating the same mistakes; their own and other peoples. I have decided to get some of these down in a series. You may feel this exercise is simplistic, but I have seen these mistakes....
Updated on February 01, 2016 - WINDSOR – The Birthplace of Hockey is one step closer to constructing a state-of-the-art arena – one that will draw visitors from around the world..
Updated on February 10, 2016 - SACKVILLE, N.B. – A building that housed the local public health office, mental health services, and a cancer research lab in Sackville was destroyed by fire Monday night. The fire broke out around 6:45 p.m. and Sackville Fire Chief Craig Bowser said....
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'We need to do something about it:' Dalhousie students protest fee hikes outside board of governors meeting
Updated on February 10, 2016 - Dozens of Dalhousie University students stood ankle-deep in snow as they held up signs urging the school to freeze tuition rates, their chanting clearly heard inside a board of governors meeting..