Nova Scotia

►There Is No Way This Feisty Squirrel Is Giving Up Its Pizza

The Huffington Post Canada | Sarah Rieger | Posted 02.14.2017 | Canada

Not today, crow. Not today.

Wine And Chocolate Romances Vancouver

Adrian Brijbassi | Posted 02.14.2017 | Canada
Adrian Brijbassi

Sam Holmes travelled more than 13,000 kilometres for a wine festival that will celebrate Canadian wines on a scale that has never been seen before. Ho...

Canada Is Tuning Into Aboriginal Tourism

Adrian Brijbassi | Posted 01.24.2017 | Canada Travel
Adrian Brijbassi

The Mi'kmaq hosted the 2016 Aboriginal Tourism Association of Canada (ATAC) annual meeting in Membertou, a community of about 1,000 people in Nova Scotia that is one of North America's leading First Nations success stories.

Nova Scotia Needs To Fully Engage With Stakeholders On Tidal Energy

Andrew Younger | Posted 12.12.2016 | Canada Politics
Andrew Younger

The first electrons of power flowed across the seabed in Nova Scotia's Minas Basin recently delivering electricity to homes, from a giant instream tidal device. I want to be excited about it. Happy even. Instead, it's tainted by the dismissive attitude of Nova Scotia's government towards indigenous people and fishers, or really anyone in the province who raises concerns about the potential impact on their lives from these experiments.

A Christmas Card From You Will Make This Cancer Patient's Holiday

The Huffington Post Canada | Maham Abedi | Posted 12.10.2016 | Canada Parents

The 9-year-old Nova Scotia girl loves getting mail.

Nova Scotia Schools To Close Monday As Teachers Begin Job Action

CP | The Canadian Press | Posted 12.03.2016 | Canada

"The safety of our students is paramount in all of this."

Thousands Of Dead Fish Keep Washing Up On Nova Scotia's Shore

CP | Michael MacDonald, The Canadian Press | Posted 12.01.2016 | Canada

There have been several instances in the past few weeks.

Nova Scotia Should Follow The IMF's Lead And Ditch Austerity Economics

Jordan Brennan | Posted 10.26.2016 | Canada Politics
Jordan Brennan

Reading between the lines of its public messaging, the McNeil Liberals seem to think that budgetary deficits hamper economic growth, that the provincial debt-load will crush future generations of Nova Scotians and that one potent method of slaying the deficit is to freeze public sector employee compensation. Is this true?

Drunk Nova Scotia Man Bites Off Mourner's Nose At A Wake

CP | The Canadian Press | Posted 10.20.2016 | Canada

"Fall apart things did — and in a rather intense fashion.''

Halifax Elects 1st Black Councillor In 20 Years

CP | Adina Bresge, The Canadian Press | Posted 10.17.2016 | Canada Politics

"It's great that we have someone who's not of European descent and is not over fifty, but we need to have all different voices."

Cape Breton Flood Leaves Residents Commuting By Canoe

The Huffington Post Canada | Maham Abedi | Posted 10.13.2016 | Canada

This is what happens after 200 millimetres of rain.

Hurricane Hermine Could Hit Nova Scotia

CP | The Canadian Press | Posted 09.03.2016 | Canada

The storm is making its way up the Atlantic coast.

Sobeys Withdraws Appeal Of Racism Decision Amid Boycott

CP | The Canadian Press | Posted 08.27.2016 | Canada Business

The company faced a boycott by a group of 19 churches.

The Stanley Cup Comes To Canada, But Only For A Visit

CP | Adina Bresge, The Canadian Press | Posted 07.17.2016 | Canada Living

Scores of spectators waited hours for Sidney Crosby in the sweltering heat.

Canada Lacks A Definite Narrative About Who Founded The Country

Jack Jedwab | Posted 07.04.2016 | Canada
Jack Jedwab

Canada does not appear to possess a definitive or authoritative narrative that properly connects when and by whom the country was founded. While surveys reveal that most Canadians believe that 1867 is the founding date of Canada many of those same people think the First Nations are amongst the founding peoples.

Researchers Dig Up Fossils From Dinosaur Times Along Bay Of Fundy

CP | The Canadian Press | Posted 06.26.2016 | Canada

Tim Fedak said the fossils scattered along Wasson Bluff date back to a time of great evolutionary change.

Nova Scotia Man To Face Trial For Swearing In Public

CP | The Canadian Press | Posted 06.24.2016 | Canada

The case could set a "chilling precedent."

Senior's Enchanting Dance Caught On Gas Station Camera

The Huffington Post Canada | Zi-Ann Lum | Posted 06.23.2016 | Canada

This is wonderful.

The RCMP Parodied 'Hotline Bling' And Good God There's A Video

The Huffington Post Canada | Mohamed Omar | Posted 04.20.2016 | Canada Living

This is real. You are not imagining it.

Small Town Hospitality Soothes Rough Start For Syrian Family

CP | Michael Tutton, The Canadian Press | Posted 04.18.2016 | Canada Impact

"Without this help ... I probably would have made the decision to go back to Jordan."

4 Men Charged With Sexual Assault Of 14-Year-Old Nova Scotia Girl

CP | The Canadian Press | Posted 04.14.2016 | Canada

All four are scheduled to return to court May 4.

Sobeys Fights Ruling That Worker Racially Profiled Customer

The Huffington Post Canada | Emma Paling | Posted 03.30.2016 | Canada Business

The grocery chain wants another chance in court.

Ontario's Government Should Not Be For Sale

Mike Schreiner | Posted 03.29.2016 | Canada Politics
Mike Schreiner

But it certainly appears that Premier Wynne has put out a big for sale sign by hosting high-priced private dinners for deep-pocketed insiders. Sadly, the premier has defended the indefensible by saying that corporate fundraising is part of the political process. She has attempted to justify her high-priced private dinners by claiming that everyday citizens have the same access as those ponying up $6,000 a plate. If this true, then for that price people must be getting some extra fine food. The premier and the political establishment dismiss critics of corporate fundraising by hiding behind the rules. Well, I say the rules stink.

Police Warn Public About Release Of 'Black Widow'

CP | The Canadian Press | Posted 03.18.2016 | Canada

She completed her sentence for spiking her newlywed husband's coffee with tranquilizers.

Families Of Dead Inmates Grieve As Their Questions Go Unanswered

CP | Michael Tutton, The Canadian Press | Posted 03.18.2016 | Canada

"Until you launch the lawsuit, according to the government you don't have rights to any of the information."