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RCMP investigate sunken Cape Breton fishing boat

RCMP investigate sunken Cape Breton fishing boat

Police say they are investigating the event as mischief.
Nova Scotia man dies in pileup on Ontario highway

Nova Scotia man dies in pileup on Ontario highway

Between 30 and 40 passenger vehicles and big-rig trucks were involved in the crash
Man arrested for firearms offences in Lunenburg County

Man arrested for firearms offences in Lunenburg County

At 11 p.m. last night Lunenburg District RCMP responded to a report of a man pointing a firearm at someone at a residence in Blockhouse
Woman dies in Highway 12 collision

Woman dies in Highway 12 collision

Shortly before 4:00 p.m. yesterday, a collision occurred on Highway 12 in the community of Aldersville
RCMP cruiser in overnight accident in Lunenburg county

RCMP cruiser in overnight accident in Lunenburg county

The officer was on his way to assist another RCMP member at the time and was driving a marked police car
Man and woman from PEI arrested for firearm offences in Amherst

Man and woman from PEI arrested for firearm offences in Amherst

Amherst RCMP have seized a firearm and arrested two people following a vehicle stop on Thursday. Mounties say after 10:00 p.m., a suspicious vehicle was spotted by RCMP in a parking lot, and the vehicle description did not match the license plate.
Mattress flying off car roof cause of fatal Pictou County crash : RCMP

Mattress flying off car roof cause of fatal Pictou County crash : RCMP

A transport truck struck an oncoming vehicle head-on Saturday evening in Barneys River Station, killing two women
Town of Truro forming committee to address racism

Town of Truro forming committee to address racism

An incident this summer has sparked the town's council to put together a new group that will address the lasting impacts of racism in the area
Police continue to investigate King's County homicide after 13 years

Police continue to investigate King's County homicide after 13 years

Leslie Ann Conrad was last seen by her family on October 5, 2006
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer addresses dual citizenship controversy during campaign stop in Halifax

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer addresses dual citizenship controversy during campaign stop in Halifax

When asked why he didn't reveal his dual citizenship publicly before, Scheer said: "No one's ever asked me before"
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