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Nova Scotia prepared to deal with reduced supply of COVID-19 vaccine, premier says

Premier Stephen McNeil

Canada will not be receiving any doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine next week, but Nova Scotia's premier says the province is prepared to deal with the delay.

21 senators issue plea for Ottawa to provide financial support to Maritime Bus

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Twenty-one senators from the Maritimes are urging the federal government to provide financial assistance to an inter-city bus service that they say is in financial peril because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Glace Bay man, 51, suffers head injuries in attack in his home

The new Cape Breton Regional Police East Division Headquarters in Glace Bay

A 51-year-old man from Glace Bay was flown to hospital in Halifax hospital with head injuries after an assault in his home.

Liberal leadership hopefuls make final push as vote fast approaches

Liberal leadership candidates Nova Scotia

People could be forgiven for not noticing the Nova Scotia Liberal Party has been holding a leadership race since October, but attention will soon shift to the man selected to be the province's next premier.

East Hants man faces child pornography charges


A man from Five Mile River, N.S., has been charged with making child pornography, possession of child pornography and sexual interference.

RCMP still searching for man who fled into Cape Breton woods with gun

Perry MacKinnon

RCMP in northern Cape Breton are still searching for a man who ranĀ into the woods in Meat Cove, N.S., with a gun on Monday.

Halifax mom pleads guilty to child pornography charges involving her own kids

Halifax provincial court

A Halifax woman has pleaded guilty to child pornography charges. The woman, who can not be identified due to a publication ban, was paid for photos she sent to a Bridgewater, N.S., man that showed her and three of her own children naked.