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RCMP have confirmed that there were multiple fatalities as the result of a house fire. Spokesperson Cpl. Jennifer Clarke said the RCMP received a 911 call at 12:13 this morning of a house fire on...

Post date: January 07, 2018

A group of people came together to try to help a beached dolphin yesterday.Local lobsterman, Victor Brannen was among them.He says his nephew spotted the Atlantic white-sided dolphin on Stoney Island...

Post date: January 06, 2018

As of January 1 Canada joined dozens of countries that have banned plastic microbeads in products.Products containing microbeads can no longer be imported or manufactured in Canada.However, there is...

Post date: January 05, 2018

The Nova Scotia Health Authority is advising citizens that the emergency department at Roseway Hospital in Shelburne will close for 14 hours over the weekend. The closure will begin Sunday at 6pm...

Post date: January 05, 2018

The 70-foot fishing vessel 'Fundy Commander' is a loss after fire broke out in the engine room last night. Firefighters were called to Lobster Rock Wharf shortly after 10pm. Yarmouth...

Post date: January 05, 2018

There are still thousands without without power as a result of the first storm of the year. Temperatures are dropping through the afternoon. Fierce winds caused extensive damage to electrical...

Post date: January 05, 2018

A boat on fire along Yarmouth's waterfront is still burning. Firefighters were called to the Lobster Rock Wharf late last night. The fishing vessel Fundy Commander is listing heavily with smoke...

Post date: January 05, 2018

Over 135,000 Nova Scotians are waking up without power this morning.Yesterday's storm has resulted in almost 1,700 outages.Winds forecasted at up to 140 km/h knocked down trees and caused damage...

Post date: January 05, 2018

A storm is beginning to bear down on our region. Wind, rainfall and storm surge warnings are in effect for Southwestern Nova Scotia. Wind gusts this afternoon and evening could reach 140 km/h...

Post date: January 04, 2018

Roseway Hospital's emergeny department will re-open tonight at 8. Physician coverage has been found for tonight and overnight. Yesterday, the Nova Scotia Health Authority announced the...

Post date: January 04, 2018

The mayor says she and the town council will continue to use economic development as a lens as it develops new projects and continues to work on current plans. Mood says you can feel the...

Post date: January 04, 2018

Did you prepare for today's storm ? Nova Scotia's Emergency Management Office hopes so. And with any severe event, they have been reaching out people through the traditional media, Twitter and...

Post date: January 04, 2018

Nova Scotia Power is warning its customers to be prepared for lengthy power outages as a result of hurricane-force winds caused by today's storm. It says damage to its infrastructure will be...

Post date: January 04, 2018

The Canadian Red Cross is recruiting.The aid agency is looking for volunteers to help people affected by residential fires, ice or wind storms, prolonged power outages, storm surges and flash floods....

Post date: January 04, 2018

Classes are cancelled for The Tri-County Regional School Board. Work sites are closed for Digby County only. Classes are cancelled for The CSAP , Clare and Argyle. NSCC Digby, Burridge and...

Post date: January 04, 2018

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