As the sadness from Cape Breton singer-songwriter Bruce Guthro's passing on Tuesday night reverberates through the music community and beyond, those who shared the stage with him are also sharing memories.
Nova Scotia’s Housing Minister said in order for the province to consider buying homes on a floodplain in Bedford, the Halifax Regional Municipality would have to make a request.
Get the latest on today's top stories: Wages it takes to get by in N.S. take a big jump, DFO docs shine light on scope 'unauthorized' elver fishing and fleet week sets sail in Halifax.
More than 1,200 sailors from NATO countries are converging on Halifax for the city’s first international fleet week.
Hurricane season is well underway. The Canadian Red Cross says part of being prepared for a big storm is putting together an emergency plan and a go-bag with essentials. Watch Amy Smith's interview with Dan Bedell.
Residents of the Municipality of the County of Annapolis have told the province's review board they want a smaller council, saying a public survey has made that clear and the move could save money.
As Anna Mandin reports, the inaugural event is a celebration of the Canadian Navy.
Life skills like filing taxes, searching for an apartment and even getting a credit card will all be explored in the course. It's being offered at four schools this year.
While there is often a lot of excitement surrounding back-to-school time, the transition from summer vacation mode to the classroom can also be a source of anxiety for students, parents, and teachers.
Nova Scotia is planning to raise the fine for commercial buyers caught selling out of season lobster to $1 million.
Some residents on Union Street in Bedford, N.S., have said they hope the province will buy and demolish homes that were heavily damaged on July 21.
To mark the inaugural Halifax International Fleet Week, two local high school students were given the opportunity to serve as captains for a day.
Nova Scotia Advanced Education Minister Brian Wong says universities may be hiring unscrupulous recruiters to attract international students, but the schools are independent businesses that can make their own decisions.
Nova Scotia RCMP are turning to the public for information regarding sexual assaults that allegedly occurred at Université Sainte-Anne between 2015 and 2019.
The Meteghan RCMP is asking the public for information in relation to alleged historical sexual assaults at Université Sainte-Anne.
Disclosure documents filed by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans in Federal Court reveal the breadth of unauthorized Indigenous harvesting in the chaotic and aborted 2023 Maritime fishery for baby eels or elvers.
Police are looking into dozens of alleged historical sexual assaults at Université Sainte-Anne, a French-language university in southwestern Nova Scotia.
Documents obtained by CBC through access-to-information laws show the majority of people contacting Nova Scotia Environment Minister Tim Halman want Coastal Protection Act enacted.
Nova Scotia Health will remove screeners and mandatory masking requirement at the entrances to its facilities starting Sunday.
Coming off a silver-medal performance at the World Athletics Championships, Canadian shot putter Sarah Mitton qualified for next week's Diamond League Final with a 19.76-metre throw for second place in Thursday's street competition in Brussels.