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Case of Nova Scotia teacher who allegedly assaulted student put off to January

HALIFAX — The case of a high school teacher charged with assaulting a student in class been put off until January to allow his lawyer to receive further documentation on the incident.

RCMP officer in Nova Scotia arrested for alleged domestic assault

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia's police watchdog agency is investigating an allegation of domestic assault against a male RCMP officer based in New Minas.

Bullied teen's family files human rights complaint against Cape Breton school

GLACE BAY, N.S. — A human rights complaint has been filed against a Cape Breton high school more than a month after a teenage boy with cerebral palsy was bullied into lying face down in a cold brook while he was walked over.

Special government support offered to call centre workers who lost their jobs

HALIFAX — The Nova Scotia government has rolled out a list of programs and services to help the almost 700 ServiCom call centre workers who lost their jobs last week in Cape Breton.
N.S. auditor slams lack of oversight, financial controls at IWK hospital

N.S. auditor slams lack of oversight, financial controls at IWK hospital

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia's auditor general says he was "shocked and troubled" to find a lack of oversight and basic financial management controls at Atlantic Canada's largest children's hospital.

Gunfire erupts after Nova Scotia police stop vehicle on major highway

BERWICK, N.S. — Gunfire rang out in the pre-dawn darkness Tuesday after a Nova Scotia RCMP officer pulled over a vehicle along a major Annapolis Valley highway.
Hockey at Peggy's Cove lighthouse: Photograph becomes instantly iconic

Hockey at Peggy's Cove lighthouse: Photograph becomes instantly iconic

PEGGY'S COVE, N.S. — A Halifax photographer has engineered an iconic Atlantic Canadian winter scene: A pick-up hockey game set against the backdrop of Peggy's Cove at sunset.

'We're going to have a deal very soon': Staff briefed on possible ServiCom buyer

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N.S. human rights awards given to activists for HIV rights, minority communities

N.S. human rights awards given to activists for HIV rights, minority communities

HALIFAX — A former Nova Scotia school teacher who spent decades advocating for the rights of people with HIV accepted a provincial human rights award Monday, while cautioning against the rise of white nationalism.

Funding unveiled for new $13-million arts centre in downtown Halifax

HALIFAX — A proposed $13-million arts centre in downtown Halifax is closer to fruition, with the announcement of more than $10 million in federal and provincial funding.
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