Nova Scotia


BREAKING: Liberal Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil to step down

The announcement came on Thursday following a cabinet meeting with the Liberal Party, and he will stay on until a new leader is chosen.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

MacKay campaign boasts about using ministerial influence to funnel money to MacKay's riding

An email sent by the MacKay campaign bragged that the Conservative leadership candidate used his ministerial influence to bring investment to Nova Scotia.

Nico Johnson

BREAKING: Nova Scotia MPs call for public inquiry into mass shooting as Trudeau refuses to commit

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said in May that the RCMP would work on an investigation, though he sidestepped the question on whether or not his government will launch a public inquiry.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Parole given to former NS police chief guilty of child sexual exploitation after serving five months

Collyer had previously been sentenced to sexual exploitation back in March, and was slated to serve 15 months for having interacted in a sexual manner with a minor

James Anthony

Nova Scotia to make masks mandatory in indoor public spaces

NS has not reported a new case of coronavirus in nine days and the province on Friday announced that masks will be soon be mandatory.

Sam Edwards

Independent review into Nova Scotia shooting undertaken by provincial, federal governments

Details on the joint independent review into the Nova Scotia mass killing will be released on Thursday afternoon by the Nova Scotia and federal governments.

Sam Edwards

Nova Scotia RCMP officer faces child pornography charges, suspended with pay

Hirsch has been suspended with pay, and is set to appear in Bridgewater Provincial Court on August 12, 2020.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Nova Scotia shooter influenced by paranoia over pandemic, say RCMP

The Nova Scotia man who killed 22 people in April had stockpiled cash, food, and fuel due to paranoia about the COVID-19 pandemic, but gave no indication to those closest to him that he was planning an attack.

Collin Jones

Canadian newspaper issues TRIGGER WARNING over printing Canadian flag for Canada Day

As North America continues to cower and capitulate to the mob, a cowardly Canadian newspaper has taken grovelling to our woke overlords to the next level.

Libby Emmons and Barrett Wilson

Halifax Regional Police search for missing five-year-old girl near Kearney Lake

Halifax Police cannot confirm whether or not the girl is in the water at this time but they are on the scene along with Halifax Regional Fire and Emergency.

Quinn Patrick

Families of Nova Scotia shooting victims launch class-action lawsuit against RCMP

The families of the Nova Scotians killed and injured during the mass shooting in April have filed a proposed class-action against the RCMP.

Jonathan Bradley

Nova Scotia woman attacked and killed by her pit bull

It has been confirmed by the RCMP that a woman who was found dead in Nova Scotia was killed by her dog.

Sam Edwards

Tip warned that Nova Scotia shooter wanted to 'kill a cop' nine years ago

Police agencies throughout Nova Scotia received a warning in May 2011 that a man named Gabriel Wortman had a collection of guns and planned “to kill a cop."

Sam Edwards

Trudeau won't commit to inquiry into Nova Scotia mass shooting

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will not commit to an inquiry into the Nova Scotia mass shooting, the deadliest in Canadian history.

Barrett Wilson

Canadian woman denied right to attend mother's funeral due to coronavirus travel ban

Newfoundland and Labrador’s coronavirus travel ban is being challenged by a woman who claims she was stopped from travelling there for her mother's funeral.

Sam Edwards