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Nova Scotia RCMP investigate possible attempted abduction, search for suspect

SPRINGHILL, N.S. — RMCP say they’re looking to identify a suspect in a possible attempted abduction near Springhill, N.S. Police responded to a complaint around 8 p.m.

Motorcylist dead after road collision in Nova Scotia's Annapolis Valley: RCMP

MELVERN SQUARE, N.S. — RCMP in Nova Scotia's Annapolis Valley say a 22-year-old man is dead following a collision between a motorcycle and a car. Police say the accident occurred around 5:30 p.m.
RCMP investigate possible attempted abduction of 3-year-old near Springhill

RCMP investigate possible attempted abduction of 3-year-old near Springhill

Mounties were told a man may have tried to lure the young child into his car on Valley Rd.

RCMP arrest suspect in Pictou Landing, N.S., after standoff with police

PICTOU LANDING, N.S. — A man in Pictou Landing, N.S., has been arrested and charged after a standoff with police in the First Nation community on Thursday morning, the RCMP said. Authorities were called at 3 a.m.
Empire reports Q1 profit up nearly 50 per cent from year ago, sales up nine per cent

Empire reports Q1 profit up nearly 50 per cent from year ago, sales up nine per cent

STELLARTON, N.S. — Empire Co. Ltd., which owns the Sobeys and Safeway grocery chains, reported its first-quarter profit rose nearly 50 per cent compared with a year ago as its sales climbed nine per cent. The grocer says it earned $191.
RCMP respond to weapons call on Pictou Landing First Nation <b>(update)</b>

RCMP respond to weapons call on Pictou Landing First Nation (update)

Mounties say they have a suspect in custody
N.S. Tories say justice minister in conflict of interest in mass shooting inquiry

N.S. Tories say justice minister in conflict of interest in mass shooting inquiry

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia's Tory leader says the province's attorney general is in conflict of interest when it comes to setting terms of reference for the public inquiry into the April mass shooting.
Nova Scotia reports possible COVID-19 reinfection involving home care nurse

Nova Scotia reports possible COVID-19 reinfection involving home care nurse

HALIFAX — Public health officials are working to determine whether a home care nurse in Nova Scotia has been reinfected with COVID-19. Dr.

Court rejects motion by Nova Scotia woman trying to stop spouse's assisted death

HALIFAX — A Nova Scotia judge has rejected another legal motion filed by a woman trying to stop her husband from receiving a medically assisted death.
In pandemic times, Halifax filmmaker depicts broken dreams and isolation

In pandemic times, Halifax filmmaker depicts broken dreams and isolation

HALIFAX — Actor and director Taylor Olson hadn't imagined when he set out to make a film that depicts isolation and broken hopes that his final cut would emerge during a pandemic when many are experiencing similar emotions.
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