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Myles Goodwyn, former April Wine singer, dead at 75
Nova Scotia musician Myles Goodwyn, who stepped down earlier this year as the singer of April Wine, died Sunday. The 75-year-old's death was confirmed by his publicist, Eric Alper. The cause of death is unclear.
Significant snowfall expected for parts of Maritimes starting Sunday night
Everyone in the Maritimes has already had a taste of snow, however, this will be the first widespread significant snowfall of the season for most.
Man, 33, dies in single-vehicle crash near Berwick
A 33-year-old man died Saturday in a single-vehicle crash on Highway 1 near Berwick, N.S.
Local groups say new funding will help promote living shorelines in N.S.
The Nova Scotia government has pledged more than $2.4 million to seven community-led projects that focus on living shorelines. Living shorelines are seen as a nature-based way to reduce coastal erosion and flooding caused by climate change. They use natural materials — rocks, plants and sand — to stabilize land along the coast.
Human remains found in wooded area near Purcells Cove Road
Police say the remains were found off Purcells Cove Road near Williams Lake Road on Tuesday afternoon.
North Sydney woman charged with second-degree murder in connection to Cape Breton homicide
Nova Scotia to offer new fast-tracked teacher training from Cape Breton University
Canada's biggest lobster fishery on notice after right whale entanglement in Nova Scotia gear
3 youths arrested after altercation triggers lockdown at Upper Tantallon high school
This milestone of Mi'kmaw music has been out of print for decades — but not for much longer
Annapolis Valley town offers relief on energy bills with money from donors
N.S. animal sanctuaries overwhelmed by surrendered pot-bellied pigs
Burgers, chowder, fish and chips: Kentville's prepaid meals make sure no one goes hungry
Thwart porch pirates with better concealment tactics, crime expert advises
Carbon tax adds to financial strain for volunteer fire departments
Barbershop quartet to seasonally serenade ferry passengers this month
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