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An insider's view of the Quadriga meltdown: 'It's kinda devastating'

An insider's view of the Quadriga meltdown: 'It's kinda devastating'

HALIFAX — Software engineer Tong Zou lost his life savings — more than $500,000 — in the QuadrigaCX cryptocurrency meltdown.
Halifax microbrewery loses court bid to upend province's sales markup

Halifax microbrewery loses court bid to upend province's sales markup

HALIFAX — A Halifax microbrewery has taken on the Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation over beer markup fees — and lost.
Man charged for serious assault in Pictou County

Man charged for serious assault in Pictou County

A 17 year old suffered serious injuries to his head during the assault.

Dog removed in 'serious and disturbing' animal cruelty case is recovering

PICTOU, N.S. — Police are hoping for a full recovery for a dog that was removed from a home in Pictou County, N.S., last week in an alleged animal cruelty case. In an email, RCMP spokesman Cpl.

Six adults, one youth charged in drug trafficking investigation

HALIFAX — Police say six adults and a youth are facing charges after officers raided a Halifax-area home early Saturday morning following a drug trafficking investigation.

Man faces animal cruelty charges in case involving injured and dead dogs

PICTOU, N.S. — A man from Pictou County, N.S., is facing animal cruelty charges in a case that involved the SPCA removing several dead dogs and one injured dog from a property. RCMP spokesman Cpl.

Bridgewater teenager charged with multiple child porn offences

BRIDGEWATER, N.S. — Police say a teenager from Bridgewater, N.S., is facing child pornography charges.

Four charged with attempted murder after Wednesday shooting

BARRINGTON, N.S. — Police say four people are facing attempted murder charges after a man was shot in Barrington, N.S., on Wednesday. The Nova Scotia RCMP say officers were called to Scotts Mill Road at around 10 a.m.
Syrian chocolatier to hire, mentor refugees: 'They come here to contribute'

Syrian chocolatier to hire, mentor refugees: 'They come here to contribute'

ANTIGONISH, N.S. — A one-time Syrian refugee who founded a thriving Nova Scotia chocolate company has announced plans to hire and mentor other refugees. Peace by Chocolate of Antigonish, N.S.

Former Hal-Con board member faces child pornography charges, police say

HALIFAX — A former board member of a highly popular Halifax sci-fi and fantasy convention is facing child pornography charges.
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