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Pictou County, Liverpool react to Northern Pulp settlement deal

For Andrea Paul, the former chief of Pictou Landing First Nation, Thursday's announcement is the culmination of years of hard work to permanently shutter the nearby mill. In Liverpool, the prospect of a new mill being built as part of the deal has left many residents feeling hopeful.
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Former residents of Africville have high hopes for community's future

More than 50 years after tearing down the former African Nova Scotian community of Africville, Halifax is launching a project about its future. The city is holding a series of public meetings over the next few days to discuss the long-term vision for Africville. The CBC's Gareth Hampshire reports.

N.S. Tory members reject call to boost MLA budgets for extra security

Progressive Conservative members of a Nova Scotia legislature committee have once again blocked attempts by opposition politicians to boost the budgets of MLA offices to try to make those spaces safer.

N.S. government, Northern Pulp reach settlement agreement

The Nova Scotia government and Northern Pulp have reached a settlement agreement that would see the company abandon its pursuit of reopening its mill in Pictou County, explore opening a new mill in Liverpool and end legal wrangling between the two parties.

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