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US vice-admiral urges international collaboration
Global marine security requires collaboration among nations, an American naval officer said Tuesday in Halifax. �We have a shared interest in many places around the world,� Vice-Admiral David Buss told 150 delegates at the Marine Security Conference ...
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Baby teaches students life lessons
TRURO - The Grade 3 class at Truro Elementary School said goodbye to a teacher last week. The final class included songs and gift presentations before the teacher's mommy and daddy took him home for a nap.
VIDEO: Crossing the border to a place called hope
From a vocabulary limited to maybe four words when they arrived at the program, she's now �able to find a word, or two, or three or four every day,� he says.
Canadians plan to shop stateside
OTTAWA - Canadians are in a U.S. shopping state of mind this summer thanks to changes in regulations that allow them to buy more without paying duty, a new survey suggests.
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Dexter rejects EI views
OTTAWA - The federal government is changing the very philosophy behind employment insurance, Premier Darrell Dexter says. Dexter rejected the view of federal Human Resources Minister Diane Finley that EI is only supposed to help people looking for ...
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Luxury home in Beaver Harbour vandalized, burned to the ground
RCMP and fire officials spent Monday searching for evidence in the charred remains of an Eastern Shore house that was destroyed by an early morning blaze only hours after vandals broke in and smashed up the place.
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Spider senses tingling at Ad-Dispatch
Spider senses are tingling fiercely at Dartmouth's Ad-Dispatch in advance of the swing into local theatres this July of The Amazing Spider-Man.
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MacIntosh case heading back to court
UPDATED 8:49 p.m. Thursday. The Crown will get one last chance to put Ernest Fenwick MacIntosh behind bars. On Thursday, the Supreme Court of Canada granted a request from the Nova Scotia Public Prosecution Service to appeal a December ruling in ...
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New domestic violence court lauded
SYDNEY - Bea LeBlanc and Helen Morrison have the kind of smiles acquired through years of working with victims of domestic violence.
NS deputy defends green energy strategy
Nova Scotia has no plan to cut back its aggressive green-energy goals, says the deputy energy minister. Murray Coolican defended the province's renewable electricity strategy during a Halifax speech Thursday, although he admitted ratepayers are miffed ...
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