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Google Trends has released a list of the most misspelled words in each province and territory For the Atlantic provinces, the word that trips up New Brunswickers the most is elliptical.For Nova...

Post date: June 07, 2017

Four in ten Nova Scotians are satisfied with the McNeil government's performance.Those are the latest numbers collected between May 3 and 25 by Corporate Research Associates.Liberal support had...

Post date: June 07, 2017

A Yarmouth man is the king. The king of weight loss for men in Nova Scotia. 69-year old Ervin Olsen lost 50 pounds through TOPS, Take Off Pounds Sensibly. Olsen says his journey began...

Post date: June 07, 2017

Thousands of Nova Scotia Community College students are attending convocations this week and next.President Don Bureaux says it's a highlight for him to attend all 18 ceremonies and shake hands...

Post date: June 07, 2017

It's still considered a taboo subject....Death. A movement called Death Cafe is changing that. Its objective is to increase awareness of death through conversation. There's a Death Cafe in...

Post date: June 07, 2017

Thieves stole several thousand dollars worth of cigarettes at Yarmouth County business. It happened at the Tusket Ultra Mart early Sunday morning. Store owner Guy Surette says the culprits cut...

Post date: June 07, 2017

One third of the Nova Scotia Legislature will be filled with women.MLA-elect Kim Masland, who represents Queens-Shelburne says she's excited and proud to be among them.She says it's good to...

Post date: June 06, 2017

The increased price of lobster per pound in the region is having an impact on sandwiches at popular fast food restaurants.McDonald's has announced it will not be offering the McLobster sandwich...

Post date: June 06, 2017

73 years ago, 14,000 Canadian soldiers participated in Operation Overlord, better known as D-Day - the Allied Invasion of Nazi Occupied Western Europe.Shortly before 8 in the morning, thousands of...

Post date: June 06, 2017

Argyle municipal council has approved a site on which to build its new administration building. CAO Alain Muise says the two adjacent parcels of land are located on what is known locally as the...

Post date: June 06, 2017

(Photo: RCMP blocked off a section of the Tinkham Road on Friday, May 12th, 2017) A Yarmouth man facing 34 charges is due back in court next month. 41 year old David Lloyd Gordon Benjamin...

Post date: June 06, 2017

A 26 hour closure at the emergency department in Digby. The department at Digby General Hospital will be closed tomorrow at 6am until Thursday morning at 8. The Nova Scotia Health Authority...

Post date: June 06, 2017

Events were held across the region and it wrapped up on Sunday. There were lobster suppers, dances, lobster shucking and fishermen competitions and sporting events. Anna Kenney, recreation...

Post date: June 06, 2017

In a shocking move last week, U.S. President Donald Trump announced America will withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement. Nearly 200 nations signed the deal in 2015 as a global agreement to...

Post date: June 06, 2017

The Yarmouth Junior A Mariners head into this Saturday's draft in Miramichi with no choices in the first two rounds. The team moved its first round selection to South Shore in a deal in January,...

Post date: June 06, 2017

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