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NSLC to sell cannabis edibles, extracts and topicals before end of the year

NSLC to sell cannabis edibles, extracts and topicals before end of the year

HALIFAX — The Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation will sell cannabis edibles, extracts and topicals when the products become legal later this year.
Mysterious $100 bill, life-affirming note delights Nova Scotia town

Mysterious $100 bill, life-affirming note delights Nova Scotia town

NEW GLASGOW, N.S. — An anonymous benefactor who secretly placed a $100 bill and an unabashed message of positivity in a Nova Scotia park has delighted and intrigued the town's residents. The bill was taped to a New Glasgow, N.S.

NS Tory to keep seat after federal nomination win, despite premier's critique

HALIFAX — The second in a trio of Nova Scotia Progressive Conservatives shifting to federal politics says he'll keep drawing a salary as a member of the legislature — despite calls from the premier for him to quit immediately.
Nova Scotia space club's weather balloon made abstract art as it descended

Nova Scotia space club's weather balloon made abstract art as it descended

ANNAPOLIS ROYAL, N.S. — A space club in Annapolis Royal, N.S., launched a weather balloon on Saturday that created an abstract painting on an enclosed canvas as it returned to earth.

Researchers identify dead right whale as 'Punctuation,' mother of eight calves

HALIFAX — Advocates for the endangered North Atlantic right whale are mourning the loss of a whale they describe as a "dear old friend" who was both a mother and grandmother to many calves.

Halifax police use pepper spray in arrest as Citizens Alliance, protesters clash

Halifax police used pepper spray today as they arrested several counter-protesters who were reacting to the presence of a small group of demonstrators with the National Citizens Alliance in the city's main square.
Two teen boys seriously injured in car crash after car seen speeding on road

Two teen boys seriously injured in car crash after car seen speeding on road

HALIFAX — Two teenagers have been sent to hospital with serious injuries after a single-vehicle collision in a suburb of Halifax.
Royal Nova Scotia Tattoo: Online scalpers pick on the wrong event

Royal Nova Scotia Tattoo: Online scalpers pick on the wrong event

HALIFAX — Over the past 40 years, the Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo has grown to become the world's largest indoor celebration of military music and traditions.
QuadrigaCX founder transferred customers' funds to his own accounts: report

QuadrigaCX founder transferred customers' funds to his own accounts: report

HALIFAX — The accounting firm investigating the unseemly demise of Canada's QuadrigaCX cryptocurrency exchange is accusing the company's late founder of creating fake trades and transferring customer funds into his personal accounts, where the money
Delay means ferry season between Nova Scotia and Maine now in question: minister

Delay means ferry season between Nova Scotia and Maine now in question: minister

HALIFAX — It's an open question whether a heavily subsidized ferry will actually sail this summer between Nova Scotia and Maine, a provincial cabinet minister acknowledged Thursday.
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