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"When anybody walks by these monuments they can see themselves and that's really glorious."
If no action is taken, the province's only connection to mainland Canada will flood.
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Tampered candy has been found in several Nova Scotian cities.
He says the island could borrow from the self-reliant model he helped craft for Membertou First Nation.
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The judge says her 18-month-old son was at "substantial risk of harm."
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"They pushed him out a little bit further to see if they could get him back to life."
"People want to get something that they own that they have been on for so long."
The province had been criticized for its abortion-access barriers.
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Police want the public's help.
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According to one estimate, the storm dropped around 15 trillion litres of water on Texas in just a few days.
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The province has fallen embarrassingly behind the rest of Canada.
Melvin Burns is hoping people's taste for bacon can help solve crimes.
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Mental health is a complex problem.
Opponents have been airing their issues with the Omar Khadr deal in the U.S.
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The girl was visiting her grandparents.
The kits are part of the government's plans to tackle overdoses.
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The key issue was who broke off the engagement.
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Nova Scotia took a big step toward reclaiming their province. The much-preferred option would have been to see the government of Stephen McNeil defeated or reduced to a minority, but cutting his Liberal Party to a razor-thin, one-seat majority will force it to listen more closely to the needs and wants of the people.
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It wasn't immediately clear if it was to be a second majority government.
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New Brunswick, ranked in 2014 by the Conference Board of Canada as one of the worst provincial (GDP) performing economies in the world, can not seem to shake off decade-after-decade of economic mismanagement.
Nobody is spared the anxiety of a patient in a hospital bed, with the generic food trays, the tubes and the tendency to make awkward jokes inside a tense and often tentative environment. But these strangers are experiencing the same unfamiliar setting, and an immediate bond is formed. These are now your brethren, your people, your family.
"If we have a right to free speech, then we do not have a right to be free from offence — you can't have both."
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But the education minister doesn't think so.
It's the first course of its kind in Canada.
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"What you're doing to me is you're discriminating against my name."
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What happened in Halifax is but an example of what's wrong with our criminal justice system - it turns "sexual assault" into "sex" and debates consent the entire trial while not once stopping to ask, "Does it make sense to anyone that this woman, in this state, would consent to having sex with anyone, let alone a total stranger?" Judge Gregory Lenehan believed it made sense and, in essence, gave consent on a young woman's behalf to something she doesn't even remember.
He was at risk of harming his liver and other organs.
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The sculptor's great aunt was killed in 1975.
"He was going on and on about how tough it was to make it in the ball-bearing business in Canada. After he was done, it was my turn to speak. So, I went up there and the first words I said were, 'Ladies and gentlemen, if you think it is hard being in the ball-bearing business, try being in the business of selling Canadian wine to the world.' And the place erupted in laughter."
Not today, crow. Not today.