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  • New Glasgow among regions facing gas shortage - The News
    August 31, 2015 2:56 pm

    The News New Glasgow among regions facing gas shortage The News The situation was the same at gas stations throughout the Pictou County area Monday morning as the result of a gas shortage facing the province. Ron Hyndman, who was travelling with a group on motorcycles finally found gas at the Sharpe's Service Station. Gas station owners in Nova Scotia feeling pressure of shortageCBC.ca Truro gas stations still pumping away, for nowTruro Daily News all 106 news articles »
  • Pictou County files conditional amalgamation application - CBC.ca
    August 28, 2015 10:04 pm

    CBC.ca Pictou County files conditional amalgamation application CBC.ca The towns of Pictou, New Glasgow, Stellarton and the County of Pictou have filed a conditional application to amalgamate with the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board. The move follows years of discussion among residents and officials around a slowing ... and more »
  • Police in Pictou County seize drugs during search - NG News
    August 27, 2015 6:11 pm

    Police in Pictou County seize drugs during search NG News On Thursday at approximately 9 a.m., the Pictou County Integrated Street Crime Enforcement Unit (PCISCEU), with assistance from the Pictou County District RCMP, executed a search warrant at a residence on MacKay Rd. and more »
  • Former Pictou County resident pens ode to his favourite pizza - CTV News
    August 26, 2015 9:14 pm

    CTV News Former Pictou County resident pens ode to his favourite pizza CTV News Former Pictou County resident Caleb MacIvor now lives in Dartmouth, about an hour and a half away from his favourite food. His craving for the special slice became so bad, he decided to channel his love for the pie into a ballad, with the help of his ... A Pictou County pizza love songThe Burnside News all 2 news articles »
  • Chance encounters, a wrong turn brings American man to Pictou County - NG News
    August 24, 2015 3:40 pm

    NG News Chance encounters, a wrong turn brings American man to Pictou County NG News Reflecting back on his early days in Pictou County, McManus remembers being recognized as a stranger and warmly welcomed in a Pictou restaurant. He also remembers that after he bought his property, Pictou lawyer Anne MacDonald refunded him a ...
  • Pictou County Cycle hosts first Criterium race - NG News
    August 23, 2015 11:09 pm

    NG News Pictou County Cycle hosts first Criterium race NG News Marshall was one of about 40 cyclists who participated in the race organized by pro racer Ryan MacDonald and hosted by Pictou County Cycle. Pictou County Cycle owner Clint Snell was pleased with how the event went. It went off great. Attendance was a ... and more »
  • Pictou County charities get $95000 boost - TheChronicleHerald.ca
    August 16, 2015 10:56 pm

    Pictou County charities get $95000 boost TheChronicleHerald.ca The wide range of projects illustrates just how far-reaching this fund can be and how it is touching many organizations that are working to improve healthy outcomes for children, youth and families in Pictou County, said Robyn Eaton, speaking for the ...
  • Pictou County walk raises cash for muscular dystrophy - TheChronicleHerald.ca
    August 15, 2015 10:14 pm

    TheChronicleHerald.ca Pictou County walk raises cash for muscular dystrophy TheChronicleHerald.ca Isaac, three, and his mother Sarah MacKinnon, from Central West River in Pictou County, are the ambassadors for the 2015 Walk for Muscular Dystrophy. MacKinnon had another reason to celebrate. Her name was drawn from among those of participants in ...
  • Melmerby Beach in Pictou County remains closed Friday - CBC.ca
    August 14, 2015 3:04 pm

    CBC.ca Melmerby Beach in Pictou County remains closed Friday CBC.ca Melmerby Beach in Pictou County remains closed Friday because of high levels of bacteria in the water. The results of the latest tests are expected to be in Saturday and the beach's status will be updated then, Paul D'Eon, director of the Nova Scotia ... Melmerby Beach reopens for swimmingTheChronicleHerald.ca all 10 news articles »
  • Shared moniker gives lifetime of laughs to Pictou County's Mike Duffy - TheChronicleHerald.ca
    August 12, 2015 12:57 am

    TheChronicleHerald.ca Shared moniker gives lifetime of laughs to Pictou County's Mike Duffy TheChronicleHerald.ca But a different Mike Duffy, a Lyons Brook, Pictou County, resident who has never worked in politics, has been playing the name game for over 40 years. This started a long, long time ago, said Duffy, 64. It's a pretty funny coincidence. In 1974 ... Mike Duffy, of Lyons Brook, lives with fallout from sharing senator's nameCBC.ca all 613 news articles »

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  • St. Joseph's A. McKay School gets basketball court replaced - CBC.ca
    September 2, 2015 3:55 pm

    CBC.ca St. Joseph's A. McKay School gets basketball court replaced CBC.ca With only one day left before the start of a new school year, community members living near St. Joseph's A. McKay School say they're happy with a new agreement struck with a neighbouring condo developer. The school is located immediately adjacent to a ...
  • Dalhousie University to launch sex assault, harassment phone line - CBC.ca
    September 2, 2015 3:00 pm

    CBC.ca Dalhousie University to launch sex assault, harassment phone line CBC.ca For the first time, students at Dalhousie University will be able to access a 24-hour sexual assault and harassment phone line. It's a a pilot project that the Student Union hopes become a permanent fixture at the school. The volunteer-run service ...
  • Nova Scotia gas shortage prompts government review of supply system - CBC.ca
    September 2, 2015 2:48 pm

    CBC.ca Nova Scotia gas shortage prompts government review of supply system CBC.ca The Nova Scotia government says it will review the fuel supply management system after gas shortages dried up service stations across the province over the weekend. Municipal Affairs Minister Zach Churchill said in a release Wednesday he would carry ... NS orders fuel supply system review after gasoline shortagesCTV News Province orders review of fuel supply managementTheChronicleHerald.ca Nova Scotia to review fuel management system after gas shortageMetroNews Canada Cape Breton Post all 16 news articles »
  • More Americans using Maine to NS ferry as Canadian figures drop - CTV News
    September 2, 2015 1:04 pm

    CTV News More Americans using Maine to NS ferry as Canadian figures drop CTV News HALIFAX -- The company that owns a money-losing ferry between Nova Scotia with Maine says it's disappointed fewer Canadians are using the service, but is pleased more Americans are coming to the province. Mark Amundsen of Nova Star Cruises says ... Ferry that serves Nova Scotia and Maine posts dwindling passenger numbersCape Breton Post Nova Star Cruises releases summer passenger totalsCBC.ca Nova Star numbers fell in August, total for year to date down 6 per cent from 2014Yarmouth County Vanguard all 13 news articles »
  • Dalhousie medical student was planning kill up to 20 people in mass shooting ... - National Post
    September 2, 2015 12:17 pm

    National Post Dalhousie medical student was planning kill up to 20 people in mass shooting ... National Post HALIFAX A Dalhousie University medical student who was facing expulsion told a psychiatrist he would obtain a gun and kill up to 20 people and himself, court documents allege. The search warrant documents filed with Halifax provincial court allege ... Taylor Samson's murder case could be jeopardized, says defence lawyerCBC.ca Accused in Dal murder case to seek bail, lawyer saysTheChronicleHerald.ca Alleged crime scene renovations shock lawyer in Dalhousie student murder caseCTV News Hamilton Spectator all 50 news articles »
  • Marystown job fair seeking workers for 'generational' shipbuilding project in ... - CBC.ca
    September 2, 2015 11:16 am

    CBC.ca Marystown job fair seeking workers for 'generational' shipbuilding project in ... CBC.ca Irving Shipbuilding has set its sights on Newfoundland and Labrador workers in a bid to fill jobs as it ramps up construction on a massive contract for the Canadian government at its Halifax yard. The company is hosting a job fair in Marystown ... Work on Arctic patrol vessel starts at Irving's Halifax siteTheChronicleHerald.ca all 17 news articles »
  • Gas shortage in Nova Scotia ebbing as stations receive fuel - CBC.ca
    September 2, 2015 10:56 am

    CBC.ca Gas shortage in Nova Scotia ebbing as stations receive fuel CBC.ca Drivers in many parts of Nova Scotia lined up to fuel up over the weekend amid a gas shortage, after a delayed delivery of gasoline to the Imperial Oil terminal in Dartmouth meant many stations ran out of gas completely. CBC Nova Scotia surveyed a ... VOICE OF THE PEOPLE | SEPT. 2, 2015TheChronicleHerald.ca NS film industry gives up on pushing government to reverse tax decisionCTV News all 106 news articles »
  • Victoria County garbage crews won't work holidays, starting Labour Day - CBC.ca
    September 2, 2015 10:00 am

    CBC.ca Victoria County garbage crews won't work holidays, starting Labour Day CBC.ca Labour Day will have special significance this year for a group of employees in Victoria County. For the first time, the county's garbage collection crew will get the day off. The seven-member crew and three collection trucks will be off the road on ...
  • Nova Scotia weather from Peter Coade Sept. 2, 2015 - CBC.ca
    September 2, 2015 9:27 am

    CBC.ca Nova Scotia weather from Peter Coade Sept. 2, 2015 CBC.ca A rather weak trough of low pressure will slip south across the region today and by this afternoon will have produced some cloudiness, which in turn will produce some scattered showers. As a result, south-central New Brunswick could see a few ... Sun in the Wednesday weather forecast for Cape BretonCape Breton Post all 3 news articles »
  • Nova Scotia lamb processor secures federal licence, eyes grocery giants - CBC.ca
    September 2, 2015 9:02 am

    CBC.ca Nova Scotia lamb processor secures federal licence, eyes grocery giants CBC.ca As racks of lamb are cut and vacuum sealed for shipment at Bible Hill's Northumberland Lamb Market Co-Operative, manager Michael Isenor lists the slew of changes the plant has undergone. Doors were replaced, floors re-poured, new stainless steel rails ...

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  • Elizabeth May focusing Green Party resources on target ridings - CBC.ca
    September 2, 2015 7:27 pm

    CBC.ca Elizabeth May focusing Green Party resources on target ridings CBC.ca Elizabeth May says her Green Party is concentrating its federal election efforts on a key set of ridings across the country where the party has already made inroads. The party held just two seats in Parliament when the election was called, but is ... Green Party pledges national pharmacare, seniors strategyThe Globe and Mail all 21 news articles »
  • Social housing, public transit top Montreal mayor's federal wish list - CBC.ca
    September 2, 2015 7:11 pm

    CBC.ca Social housing, public transit top Montreal mayor's federal wish list CBC.ca The mayor of Montreal has a $2-billion wish list for whomever wins the seat of prime minister in October. On Wednesday, Denis Coderre who was previously an MP and Liberal cabinet member outlined the areas he wants more federal funding for in ... Coderre presents Montreal's shopping list to federal leadersCTV News Montreal presents $600-million wish list to federal partiesMontreal Gazette Mayor Denis Coderre to meet with federal leaders ahead of electionGlobalnews.ca CJAD all 6 news articles »
  • 'You don't have a bag,' clerk responds to would-be robber who demanded she put ... - CBC.ca
    September 2, 2015 6:43 pm

    CBC.ca 'You don't have a bag,' clerk responds to would-be robber who demanded she put ... CBC.ca The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary is looking for the public's help identifying a suspect in an attempted armed robbery in the Indian Meal Line area of Torbay. Police responded to a call at Trails End Convenience around 6:45 p.m. on Aug. 20. Attempted ... Man arrested after approaching family court with chainsawCTV News Davis defends RNC officer's political endorsementWestern Star RNC seeks public assistance in attempted armed robbery investigationNewfoundland and Labrador Compass Lewisporte Pilot all 31 news articles »
  • VIA rail terror plotter Chiheb Esseghaier interrupts sentencing by spitting ... - National Post
    September 2, 2015 6:22 pm

    National Post VIA rail terror plotter Chiheb Esseghaier interrupts sentencing by spitting ... National Post One of the two men convicted in a terrorist plot to derail an Ontario passenger train spat loudly in court Wednesday before standing and pounding on his chest while insisting he is not insane. Chiheb Esseghaier interrupted his own sentencing hearing ... Via plotter not unfit to be sentenced, court toldToronto Sun VIA conspirator is mentally ill but fit for sentencing, psychiatrist tells courtToronto Star Esseghaier mentally ill, doctor tells courtWesterly News 680 News all 59 news articles »
  • Mining for votes in the north, Conservative pledge new tax credits - The Globe and Mail
    September 2, 2015 5:36 pm

    The Globe and Mail Mining for votes in the north, Conservative pledge new tax credits The Globe and Mail Yan Roberts was among the dozens of people who filed into a mining products factory Wednesday to hear Stephen Harper announced expanded and enhanced mineral exploration tax credits. Like all of them, he'd signed up in advance, stood in line to get ... Conservatives mining for votes in northNorthumberland News Harper gives Mining Industry a boost during North Bay Election stopBay Today Protestor gets close to HarperThe North Bay Nugget NorthumberlandView.ca (press release) (registration) (blog) -Creamer Media's Mining Weekly all 35 news articles »
  • Mulcair promises $28-million for Sport Canada to fund youth sports - The Globe and Mail
    September 2, 2015 5:36 pm

    The Globe and Mail Mulcair promises $28-million for Sport Canada to fund youth sports The Globe and Mail Thomas Mulcair has promised a $28-million investment in Sport Canada to support youth sports and encourage participation by poor and disadvantaged youth. The windbreaker-clad NDP leader made the announcement Wednesday outside a sports centre, ... Mulcair Pledges Millions For Youth Sports, Plays Street HockeyHuffington Post Canada NDP Leader Mulcair won't commit to keeping child fitness tax creditKamloops This Week ELECTION 2015: Mulcair promises funding for sports during Kamloops stopInfoTel News Ltd all 219 news articles »
  • Winnipeg mother accused of killing two-month-old daughter - The Globe and Mail
    September 2, 2015 4:43 pm

    The Globe and Mail Winnipeg mother accused of killing two-month-old daughter The Globe and Mail Police say the two-month-old baby suffered extensive injuries in a suburban home in April. She died one day after being taken to hospital. Police say they launched a lengthy investigation that included an autopsy. Mervat Azmy Dimitry, who police ... Mom charged with murder after 2-month-old daughter dies in hospitalCBC.ca Winnipeg mother, 44, accused of murdering two-month-old daughterCTV News Winnipeg mom charged with murdering babyWinnipeg Sun CJOB -MetroNews Canada -Globalnews.ca all 12 news articles »
  • RCMP investigating how man was injured while fleeing police - CTV News
    September 2, 2015 4:34 pm

    Globalnews.ca RCMP investigating how man was injured while fleeing police CTV News BLAINE LAKE, Sask. - The RCMP has launched an investigation into how a suspect in a Saskatchewan stabbing got injured while fleeing from Mounties. Two men suffered minor wounds in last Saturday's violence on the Mistawasis First Nation. Police say a ... Suspect injured during arrest, circumstances to be investigatedThe Battlefords News-Optimist Sask. RCMP investigate after suspect injured while running away from officersCBC.ca Independent investigation ordered into injury to suspect while being pursuedSaskatoon StarPhoenix 620 CKRM.com -Saskatoonhomepage.ca -Globalnews.ca all 14 news articles »
  • Stephen Tynes's psychiatrist right to inform police after Dalhousie threats ... - CBC.ca
    September 2, 2015 4:18 pm

    CBC.ca Stephen Tynes's psychiatrist right to inform police after Dalhousie threats ... CBC.ca It was within the rights of a Halifax doctor to disclose confidential patient information about a medical student to police after becoming concerned about possible threats to Dalhousie University faculty and students, a University of Toronto psychiatry ... Sandeson's lawyer says alleged murder scene compromisedTruro Daily News Dalhousie student wanted to kill 10-20 people, then himselfGlobalnews.ca Dalhousie University issues update on security in wake of alleged shooting plotMetroNews Canada Westerly News all 79 news articles »
  • 'Is this normal?': Impounded car returned with gun, drugs inside - CTV News
    September 2, 2015 12:03 pm

    CTV News 'Is this normal?': Impounded car returned with gun, drugs inside CTV News A Calgary woman whose car was stolen thought her luck had changed when police called to say it was found and would be returned. Now, she's wondering how they could have missed the cocaine and knife in the front seat, and the crack pipe sitting in plain ... Calgary woman's stolen car returned with drugs and weapons insideNews1130 all 14 news articles »

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  • In Greece, New Democracy Closes Gap on Syriza's Lead, Latest Polls Show - Wall Street Journal
    September 2, 2015 7:39 pm

    Wall Street Journal In Greece, New Democracy Closes Gap on Syriza's Lead, Latest Polls Show Wall Street Journal ATHENSGreece's main opposition party New Democracy is leading in the polls for the time since former Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras resigned last month sending the country to early elections, according to survey figures published Wednesday. A barrage ... Greece's Syriza party falls behind conservatives in latest pollReuters Poll: Greek conservatives overtake radical left Syriza party ahead of electionCTV News Syriza's lead shrivels ahead of Greek electionIrish Independent all 333 news articles »
  • Senator Mikulski Throws Weight Behind Iran Deal, Granting Obama Right to ... - Haaretz
    September 2, 2015 7:36 pm

    CNN Senator Mikulski Throws Weight Behind Iran Deal, Granting Obama Right to ... Haaretz Secretary of State Kerry: Obama and I are convinced that the Iran deal will get the job done and make the world a safer place. Barak Ravid. and. Haaretz staff. Sep 02, 2015 7:02 PM. 7comments Print Zen Subscribe now · Share · Tweet. Sen. Barbara ... 5 Things to Read Today: Obama Secures Support for Iran Nuclear Deal, Chinese ...Wall Street Journal (blog) Senator Says Congress' Work on Iran Will Continue After Deal VoteABC News The best of Barbara MikulskiCNN Reuters -Washington Post -Jerusalem Post Israel News all 3,212 news articles »
  • Man arrested after eight people die in Paris fire - Irish Times
    September 2, 2015 7:06 pm

    Irish Times Man arrested after eight people die in Paris fire Irish Times French police have arrested a 36-year-old man in connection with a building fire which had claimed the lives of eight people, including two children, in the early hours of yesterday morning. The man was carrying a candle and a lighter, and had been ... Raw: Paris Apartment Blaze Leaves 8 DeadUSA TODAY Man arrested after eight, including two children, die in Paris blazeIrish Independent Police detain man amid suspicions following lethal fire in Paris that left ...National Post euronews -Business Standard all 226 news articles »
  • No food, no sleep, waves of migrants pile into Munich - CNN
    September 2, 2015 7:00 pm

    CBC.ca No food, no sleep, waves of migrants pile into Munich CNN (CNN) A tiny step in dealing with Europe's deadly and massive migrant crisis was attempted Wednesday as Italy, Germany and France sought a united response to the worsening plight of millions of refugees. Foreign ministers Paolo Gentiloni of Italy, ... EU migration: Crisis in graphicsBBC News Refugees welcome? How UK and Germany compare on migrationThe Guardian Europe's fear of Muslim refugees echoes rhetoric of 1930s anti-SemitismWashington Post Reuters -New York Times -Daily Mail all 1,009 news articles »
  • 20 Yemenis Killed in Bombings at Mosque in Capital - New York Times
    September 2, 2015 6:55 pm

    New York Times 20 Yemenis Killed in Bombings at Mosque in Capital New York Times SANA, Yemen A suicide bomber and a subsequent car bomb killed at least 20 people on Wednesday at a mosque here in Yemen's rebel-held capital amid the country's raging civil war, officials said. The suicide bomber struck inside the mosque in Sana ... At Least 22 Killed in Suicide Bombings at Mosque in YemenWall Street Journal Suicide Bombings at Yemen Mosque Kill at Least 20Haaretz Yemen crisis: Sanaa mosque bombings kill at least 20, officials sayBBC News ABC Online -Irish Independent -Washington Post all 251 news articles »
  • Migrant crisis: Refugees decry Budapest train station blockade - CBC.ca
    September 2, 2015 6:52 pm

    CBC.ca Migrant crisis: Refugees decry Budapest train station blockade CBC.ca Chanting "Freedom! Freedom!," angry migrants demanded to be let aboard trains bound for Austria and Germany Wednesday after Hungary temporarily suspended all rail traffic Tuesday from its main Budapest terminal, and brawny police forced hundreds of ... 'We'll stay here until they let us on the train' - migrants at Budapest stationTelegraph.co.uk Migrants Resume Protests at Budapest Train StationVoice of America Hungary Train Station Is Gripped by Chaos as Migrants Remain StrandedNew York Times The Globe and Mail -Sky News Australia -BBC News all 2,164 news articles »
  • Image of dead Syrian boy captures human tragedy of Europe's migrant crisis - Telegraph.co.uk
    September 2, 2015 6:47 pm

    Telegraph.co.uk Image of dead Syrian boy captures human tragedy of Europe's migrant crisis Telegraph.co.uk It was an image that captured the human tragedy of Europe's migrant crisis: a Turkish border guard tenderly cradling the lifeless body of a Syrian-Kurdish toddler, washed ashore on the beach of a holiday resort. The body of the little boy, still ... Heartbreaking image of drowned toddler goes viral, highlighting severity of ...Fox News Twelve Syrians drown heading from Turkey to Greek islandReuters A dead baby becomes the most tragic symbol yet of the Mediterranean refugee crisisWashington Post BBC News -The Globe and Mail all 208 news articles »
  • Turkish Workers Abducted in Baghdad - New York Times
    September 2, 2015 5:05 pm

    New York Times Turkish Workers Abducted in Baghdad New York Times BAGHDAD In the early morning darkness on Wednesday, masked gunmen in military uniforms rolled up in more than a dozen black sport utility vehicles to a construction site on the edge of Baghdad, subdued the guards and roused 17 Turkish workers and ... Eighteen Turkish workers kidnapped in Baghdad, firm saysSydney Morning Herald Masked Gunmen Kidnap 18 Turkish Workers in BaghdadWall Street Journal 18 Turkish construction workers kidnapped in the Iraqi capital BaghdadTelegraph.co.uk TIME -Fox News all 302 news articles »
  • US steps up war on Isis with secret kill squad - New Zealand Herald
    September 2, 2015 5:04 pm

    Firstpost US steps up war on Isis with secret kill squad New Zealand Herald The CIA and US special operations forces have launched a secret campaign to hunt terrorism suspects in Syria as part of a targeted killing programme that is run separately from the broader US military offensive against Isis (Islamic State). The CIA and ... New, Secret US Program Targets ISIS Heads With DronesHaaretz Secret CIA drones target Islamic State leaders in SyriaThe Australian Secret drones to fight Islamic State, migration fumbles in Europe, one vote ...Washington Post Business Standard -CNN -Christian Science Monitor all 108 news articles »
  • Bullets from Gaza hit house in southern Israel - Ynetnews
    September 2, 2015 4:42 pm

    Celebrity Cafe - Entertainment News Bullets from Gaza hit house in southern Israel Ynetnews Bullets from the Gaza Strip on Wednesday evening struck a house in the southern Israeli town of Netiv HaAsara, breaking a window and missing children by a few feet. No one was hurt. IDF sources said soon after that it did not appear that the house had ... UN official to JPost: Lift blockade, reconnect Gaza to the worldJerusalem Post Israel News Gaza Could Become 'Uninhabitable' By 2020, UN WarnsHuffington Post Gunfire from Gaza narrowly misses Israeli kids watching TV at homeThe Times of Israel Ahram Online -Daily Times -i24news all 310 news articles »

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