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Michael de Adder Apr 12
Aleta Williams: The first African Nova Scotian to work in the province’s mainstream media. She worked for The Evening News in New Glasgow for 20 years and continued to write for the newspaper well into her 80s.
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Natasha Pace May 1
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In January, the province announced that 9 NSLC stores in , , , , , , and will sell cannabis when legalization comes into effect.
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九州 男児 14h
WTC WAS DEMOLISHED BY HYDROGEN BOMB.
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Adrian Harewood Jul 6
is rightfully being celebrated for her resistance to racial discrimination in 1946 however we should recall that much of the recognition of her struggle only came after her formidable sister raised her voice & applied pressure on the City of
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Nova Scotia Business Inc. Feb 12
Laurel Broten and Lynn Coffin wrap up at NSBI's regional office located in New Glasgow after lunchtime event hosted by
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Heather Rankin Dec 15
I’m tonight! Can’t wait to share some & some old faves with you tonight in !
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Natasha Pace Mar 8
UPDATE: Regional Police say Celine Lewis, 22, who was reported missing earlier today has been located and is safe
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Maritime Runner Apr 13
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Margaret A. Daly: Writing For Our Veterans! Oct 31
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NG's Art at Night May 5
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Stephen McNeil Jul 6
honoured on what would be her 104th birthday with a street named “Viola’s Way” in and a :
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CTV Atlantic Jul 6
It's Viola's Way or the highway; New Glasgow honours civil rights pioneer by renaming street after Viola Desmond. reports.
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NG Recreation Sep 12
Don't miss our next Active Living Community Input Session that focuses on one of the largest age groups in our community! 5:30pm September 18th @ Glasgow Square Theater 💪👵🏾👴🏻💫
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Amanda Aug 21
Walked outside to witness someone breaking into my neighbours car
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Heather Rankin Dec 14
! I can't wait to see you tomorrow at my show ! 🤶🎄🎅 Tickets:
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Kyle Buott Mar 2
Doctor shortage, nursing home bed shortage, ERs closed or crowded, and now ambulance shortages around the province. When will the Liberals admit that there is a crisis in care?
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Bob Allen Auto Sales Feb 7
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Graeme Benjamin Apr 26
.'s outage map says there are nearly 3,500 customers in the dark, with the majority of those being in the area. The cause of the outage is still being investigated.
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Nova Scotia Business Inc. Feb 12
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CentralCoastalPEI Dec 12
You took our breath away with this photo, |
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