Three men connected to the Black Pistons and the Outlaws motorcycle gangs are facing numerous charges after the Cape Breton Regional Police searched two homes and a motorcycle clubhouse on Friday.
As the pandemic drags on the Department of National Defence is worried they could see an increase in moral injuries in military personnel, health care workers, and other staff at the front lines of dealing with COVID-19. In response they've put out a call for innovate research to diagnose, prevent and treat moral injuries.
As COVID-19 numbers remain low in Nova Scotia, the Halifax Chamber of Commerce is calling for the province to relax some of the restrictions to help businesses survive.
Nova Scotia's new college for ultrasound technicians is working to ensure recreational ultrasounds are safe for mothers and babies.
An Indigenous-run lobster fishery off the coast of southwestern Nova Scotia is slightly increasing the size of its fleet to 10 boats from seven, creating a total capacity of 500 traps.
Work is scheduled to start in November on a controversial parking garage that has undergone four design or location changes, the latest to make life easier for its next door neighbour, the Museum of Natural History.
Aerial spraying of the controversial herbicide glyphosate over a private woodlot in Hants County, N.S., was cancelled last week, marking the end of the spraying season for 2020.