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Young Female Dog - Hound-Beagle: MAlice is looking for a quiet household without children as she's a very timid girl right now. Her new humans will need to be patient with her, allowing her to become comfortable at her own pace. We would like for Alice to have another dog to live with as she seems to want to follow their lead at the shelter. She's probably fine with cats too. Alice is coming for treats and going back and forth wagging her tail.

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The Town of Pictou has a new deputy mayor. Councillor Nadine Leblanc will assume the post on November first. She takes over from Dan Currie, who has occupied the deputy mayor's chair in the shire town for the past 2 years.

Zenabis has lots of construction going on at its Stellarton facility. And that's the prelude to hiring permanent staff at a job fair taking place in a few weeks. CEO Rick Brar says Zenabis is now part of the 3rd largest cannabis company in the world, and besides selling to the other provinces, they're also eyeing export opportunities. Brar says Ottawa's approval of the Stellarton facility should be in place by the end of December, but they want to start hiring soon.

The plan is to get people trained and in place for the busy indoor cannabis growing season. NSLC spokesperson Beverly Ware said the minimum price was based, in part, on the current street value. Ware says THC levels will range from two to 24 percent. Although the online store will be live starting at 6 a. There is currently a national supply shortage of cannabis, but the Crown corporation said it has stockpiled enough product to last about three weeks. It hopes to bring in more inventory before its supply runs out.

The NSLC says it won't have seeds and cannabis oil to sell right away, but they are working to have it available later. They also advise customers to prepare for long lines, as they expect the average transaction time to be much longer than liquor purchases.

The Pictou County Wellness Centre is putting together a 5 year Strategic Plan, and they are looking for public feedback. There will be four sessions over the next week: Stellarton town council is seeking input from people around the county concerning the Pioneer Mine site.

Council will be holding open houses for public input on what to do with the acres of reclaimed land that will go back into town hands. Those meetings will be October 30th from and pm at the Stellarton Fire Hall. The amendment would waive registration fees. Councillors Brian Knight and Simon Lawand say waiving the fee will encourage residents to register their dogs, which would ease the process of returning lost dogs to their owners.

Once it passes final reading, the amendment is expected to take effect on January 1. Councillor Simon Lawand says that the proposed bylaw is one of several programs underway to attract and grow business in the town.

Two local First Nations are amoung 11 Mi'kmaq communities that are getting help from the province to add more clean, renewable solar energy to the electricity grid. A year-old man from Pictou County is facing numerous weapon and drug charges following the search of a home in Watervale. Young is scheduled to appear in Pictou Provincial Court on November Coal extracted from the Donkin mine in Cape Breton will not be transported by rail despite calls from fishermen to find an alternative to barging product offshore.

However, it appears both sides have come to an agreement that could see coal moved by truck. The fishermen claim doing so would damage lucrative fishing grounds and hurt their livelihoods. During a recent meeting, the company laid out plans to build a new, private bypass road in order to minimize the effects of trucking on local neighbourhoods. Though the fishermen had originally opposed the trucking of coal out of concern for area residents, they are satisfied with the company's latest solution.

Fishermen are hopeful the new road means the barging plan is on hold for now. However, the company says plans for barging are proceeding. Transportation officials are hosting a pair of public information sessions on a new Highway interchange project for Lantz.

Three roundabouts would be included in the project -- one at each of the highway exit ramps and one where the connector meets Highway 2. Tuesday's public information sessions will be held in the Todd Hunter room at the East Hants Sportsplex, from 2 p. There will be live music, speeches from various community members, and a march.

They'd like you to join them as they support survivors and raise awareness of sexualized violence. The Selects had an explosive offensive output, scoring 28 goals and giving up only two in back to back wins. There was a balanced scoring attack across the board with all players hitting the score sheet, including the defense who chipped in a half dozen goals. The Selects return to action this coming weekend when they host the Northern Lightening from the Miramichi in a pm start at the Wellness Center on Saturday and a am start at the Hector Arena in Pictou on Sunday.

The score was with Chloe Garcia assisted by Reese Murray scoring for the selects. That's slated to take place at the Westville civic building gym. Craig Anderson made 37 saves and Ottawa scored three times in the third period as the Senators downed the Dallas Stars Tomas Plekanec scored in his 1,th game as the Montreal Canadiens easily defeated the visiting Detroit Red Wings Nashville 4 Minnesota 2.

An indecent assault charge against a former Halifax teacher relating to incidents dating back several decades will be dismissed. Meanwhile, people who analyze sexual violence say they're noticing more people reporting historical cases, and that is throwing a spotlight on inadequacies in how the Canadian justice system handles them. Police alleged he indecently assaulted a teenage girl about 4 decades ago. Merrimen has no other history of police charges.

In recent months, at least two other men in the Halifax area have been charged with sexual assault in alleged incidents that happened between 17 and 30 years ago. People have until March 31st to apply. More information is available here.

An investigation by provincial corrections says guards disabled an emergency intercom in the jail unit of a young Halifax man who died of a methadone overdose. The report says a cellmate found year-old Clayton Cromwell unconscious on April 7, , and yelled at other inmates with an intercom in their cell to press the "red button.

According to the report, released to The Canadian Press under freedom-of-information legislation, the intercom had been cut some time earlier, in contravention of provincial rules.

The investigation report says a follow up email from the correctional officer several days after the death indicated that the intercom in the specialized health cell also wasn't working, and there was no record on the reason for that. The Department of Justice declined all comment on whether the lack of intercom may have caused a delay in response to the dying prisoner and whether changes have been made in response, citing an ongoing lawsuit from his family.

A group of students is launching a petition demanding St. Francis Xavier University strengthen its sexual violence policy, saying an apology from the school's president for its handling of an allegation of sexual assault doesn't go far enough. On Saturday, nearly 40 demonstrators from the school and community confronted Kent MacDonald as he addressed potential students at the university's open house.

The woman in the case, whose name is protected by a publication ban, left the university devastated after discovering her alleged assailant was still on campus. The accused, who has been criminally charged in the alleged incident, withdrew from the school after the story went public.

On Friday, the president posted a public apology on the school website. But the apology came as little comfort to St. Halifax's sweeping smoking ban begins today, two days before recreational cannabis is legalized across Canada. The ban in the Nova Scotia capital prohibits smoking or vaping of both nicotine and cannabis on municipal property, except within designated smoking areas. The city's map of designated smoking areas currently has nine spots posted, most of which are bus terminals.

There are no smoking areas in downtown Halifax yet, but the city is still taking applications from interested parties who want a smoking area near them. However, Scheer has accused the Liberals of gaining no new ground in the USMCA deal and making concessions in the auto, dairy and pharmaceutical sectors. The Tories have also reminded the Liberals that punishing U. The Liberals say the new agreement, which still faces implementation hurdles, will protect billions of dollars of daily trade, supporting millions of Canadian jobs.

Freeland has touted several provisions as Canadian wins, including removal of a clause that undermined energy sovereignty and the scrapping of a dispute-settlement mechanism that allowed companies to sue Canada for millions. The NDP has echoed many of the Conservative criticisms of the deal, saying it will hurt dairy, poultry and egg farmers and producers.

As part of the implementation process, the new deal is likely to be presented to the House of Commons for discussion. The New Democrats say the Liberals owe it to Canadians to explain the pact and how it will affect their livelihoods. Upon touring the damage in several towns along Florida's Panhandle, U. Federal Emergency Management Agency chief Brock Long called the destruction left by Hurricane Michael some of the worst he's ever seen.

Trump declared a state of emergency for Georgia late Sunday. The death toll from Michael's destructive march from Florida to Virginia stood at Four days after the storm struck, a large swath of the Panhandle was suffering, from little beach towns to the larger Panama City to rural communities kilometres from where the hurricane came ashore.

More than , homes and businesses in Florida were without electricity, along with about , in Georgia. Issac Chapman scored twice for the Crushers, with a single from Cameron Scott. The Crushers have only one win in the seven games they have played so far, and will host Yarmouth on Thursday night at 7 at the Wellness Centre.

Game one came with a loss. The second game was another hard loss with the lone goal coming from Brooke Greene assisted by Avery Henderson. The girls played a hard couple of games against a tough team! Game 1 was held at Cole Harbour Place facing Metro East Inferno where the Selects scored the first goal early in the first, but ultimately succumbed to a loss.

The home opener was held at 2: The game ended in a tie leaving the Selects with a point. Noah MacDonald and Austin Swain had strong performances in goal during both games. Louis 2 Winnipeg 3 Carolina 1. The province of Nova Scotia has decided to clean up a mess that's been sitting for quite some time.

It's not garbage however; it's high levels of arsenic and mercury that have been in the ground since the early gold rush years. Here in Nova Scotia there were three separate gold rushes, dating back to the 's. The decision to clean up the mines came after confirmation that the Montague and Goldenville areas, still have very high levels of unwanted and dangerous contamination.

The clean up could turn into a multi million dollar project, if not more, in order to properly close the sites and clean them up effectively. A rebate program was recently announced by the Government of Nova Scotia. It will apply to washing machines, refrigerators, dimmer switches and other energy-saving devices.

The Province of Nova Scotia and the federal government are partnering up to lower the price of smart thermostats and other energy-efficient products through an instant rebate program on the purchase of these items. Some rebates will expire on Nov. A smart thermostat will qualify for the maximum rebate.

The award recognizes this business as a key employer which has shown consistent growth and good management and has been willing to take strategic business risks to remain a stable and sustainable enterprise. This business is known for innovative thinking and good customer service. Tony Dolan, Pictou 4. Michelin Development Fund, John Tully 5. This business strives to be the best in class in all that it does from employee relations and customer service to exceptional financial results.

Sobeys, Michael Medline, Stellarton 6. It recognizes the effort it takes to meet the challenges and overcome the difficulties of the first three years of operation for any new enterprise. River Hill Dental, Dr. Amanda Hill, New Glasgow 7. It celebrates the belief that we can prosper if we can encourage a culture of collaboration within our communities. It recognizes the vital importance of exporters to the growth of the Nova Scotia economy.

Pictou County Pizza, Doug Bonvie 9. Special Recognition- Sponsored by RBC - This recognition award is presented to a true champion and leader in our community. It is presented to an individual or organization that has made a special contribution to the Chamber, to our economy and to our community. Women in Business- Sponsored by Centre for Women in Business - This award recognizes some of the unique challenges faced by women in business, either as business owners or within organizations.

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The result puts the PQ in a tie with Quebec Solidiare in terms of seats, but the separatist PQ now becomes the second opposition party at the national assembly because of slightly higher popular vote.

There is one more recount to come next week in the northern Quebec. The Town of Pictou will be hosting a ribbon cutting event to celebrate the opening of its new Water Treatment Plant a week from today, on Friday, October 19th. A tour of the new treatment facility will take place after that ribbon cutting. A suspect broke a window and tried to start a fire inside the church on Thanksgiving Monday. They also spray painted graffiti on the parking lot of the church.

Then yesterday, Digby RCMP responded to a fire at the same location, and in this instance, the church was heavily damaged. It's to address what the Bureau views as misleading price promotions.

The Bureau has found that Discount advertised car rental prices that were just unattainable because of mandatory fees added later during the purchasing process. The Bureau has also concluded that the company advertised rebates that gave the impression that Canadians reserving their car rentals using the Discount brand would get a percentage off of their total bill.

But, in fact the rebate was not applied to the total amount and the additional mandatory fees still had to be paid in full. Finally, the Bureau found that some of the fees charged were deceptive because they were described as mandatory taxes or surcharges imposed by various governments.

They were actually imposed by the Discount Car and Truck Rentals to recover their own costs. Discount is the fourth car rental company to come under increased scrutiny from the federal bureau. Nova Scotians lead the country in cannabis consumption among people 15 and older, according to Statistics Canada data just released late yesterday. Smoking recreational cannabis will be legal in Canada for people 19 and older starting on Wednesday though edible cannabis products will remain illegal for the time being.

Marijuana use is at 23 per cent among Nova Scotians. B-C is next, where 20 per cent of the population admits to using it. Cannabis use among our neighbours is The province where they don't use much cannabis is Quebec, with the lowest usage rate in the country, at just 10 per cent.

Nationwide, Statistics Canada says cannabis use is higher among men 18 per cent than women 12 per cent. Use of the produce also decreases over the age of 40, and is even lower after ages 50 and The Pictou County Chamber of Commerce invited the local business community out to celebrate their Business Achievement Awards last night. Large Business Honours for this year go to Stark International. Special Recognition- is shared this year and goes to a true champion and leader in the Pictou County community.

The year-old man will be appearing in Truro Provincial Court today. The two other men and the woman were released from police custody on conditions and are scheduled to attend Truro Provincial Court on December Most of the contenders on stage last night vying to be the next leader of the provincial Tories don't think the party needs to take a hard turn to the right to win a general election.

The sixth and final debate in the leadership contest happened last night at Truro's Glengary Convention Centre, a little more than two weeks before members elect a new leader. The convention in Halifax begins on the 26th, and comes at a time when conservative parties in other provinces are seeing success at the ballot box. Houston says that's not his goal. Fellow leadership contender Cecil Clarke says he believes there's more than enough room in the party for it to be fiscally prudent while also presenting ideas that appeal to a wide swath of people.

With Clarke as leader, he says the party would have a fiscal conservative at the helm who understands that human needs need to be balanced by good economic policies. In Dieppe, New Brunswick, 34 year old Paul Gallant says he was attacked by a moose while jogging along the city's waterfront trail. Gallant says he screamed loudly when the moose charged at him three times, and slammed him to the ground.

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People living nearby witnessed the attack and called to get him treated by paramedics. On Saturday afternoon at 5: It starts at 3: Lessons start on October 21st. CSA helmets and full face mask protection are mandatory.

Another gas price increase in New Brunswick. Nova Scotia pump prices will be adjusted tonight at midnight. The most powerful hurricane on record to hit Florida's Panhandle has left wide destruction and at least two people dead and still isn't finished today as it crosses Georgia, now as a tropical storm, toward the Carolinas.

Those states are still reeling from epic flooding by Hurricane Florence. As the tropical storm continues to weaken it was still menacing the Southeast with heavy rains, blustery winds and possible spinoff tornadoes.

Those heavy rainfall amounts could affect the area from Yarmouth to Guysborough County along the Atlantic Coastline tomorrow. A construction company says it has stopped work at its Abercrombie work site because of threats of violence following allegations of a racist incident last month. A year-old man suffered a serious injury when he was shot with a nail gun. Work has stopped at the home construction site where he was wounded.

P-Q Properties also says it is not paying for his defence in court. Applications are now being accepted and all residents are eligible to apply. The Minister in charge is Leo Glavine, who says people from all walks of life and backgrounds are needed to serve in these roles. He's encouraging all Nova Scotians to take a look at the opportunities available. The applications for some opportunities need to be handed in by November 19th. Applications for a number of the other positions are accepted year-round.

They've built a permanent, new sweat lodge at their headquarters in Dartmouth. Sweat lodges are part of Indigenous tradition. Made of natural materials, they're a space where sacred purification ceremonies or "sweats" are held for spiritual cleansing.

Last year, Nova Scotia RCMP introduced the Eagle Feather as a new option for victims, witnesses, and police officers to swear legal oaths, similar to a Bible or affirmation. A Digby County woman has been arrested and a man from the UK has been charged for child pornography and assault-related offences.

The year-old woman was arrested in Meteghan last Thursday on charges of Making Child Pornography and other charges related to Sexual Interference and Sexual Assault.

She's been released on conditions and will appear in Yarmouth Provincial Court on January 4th. He is facing the same charges and will stay behind bars until he appears in front of a Dartmouth judge tomorrow afternoon. Lafarge Canada now has industrial approval to use tires as a source of fuel at its Brookfield cement plant. The approval comes with a couple of caveats Lafarge has been ordered to do regular air quality and emissions monitoring when its kiln is running.

It will also have to do regular groundwater and surface water testing. The industrial approval allows the company to operate the project over a month period. Normally, industrial approvals are issued for 10 years at a time. The province says this shorter time-frame will make sure that terms and conditions are being met, and if necessary, it'll allow them to be made more stringent to protect the environment and the health of people living nearby.

A national retail association is calling on the Nova Scotia government to consider a provincewide ban on plastic shopping bags, saying anything else creates an uneven playing field for businesses.

Jim Cormier is Atlantic director of the non-profit Retail Council of Canada, and says municipal governments that introduce their own bans may have good intentions, but they are unwittingly causing problems for large chains with locations across the province. That's because he says if one town bans plastic bags and a neighbouring county does NOT do that, shoppers will just switch to the store located where their favourite shopping bag is available, which is just too hard for major retailers to deal with.

Cormier says the McNeil government should take "a hard look" at P. Dennis Horak wants to talk, and he has a lot to say about the tweet that effectively ended Canada's official rapport with Saudi Arabia, as well as Canada's handling of some of its other international relationships.

He says he's not impressed with either. Do we want to salvage this relationship or not? Shout out as well to Natalie MacKay, with the U team, who took home silver On the ballfields in the majors last night.. It was a happy Thanksgiving for shark researchers conducting an expedition along the South Shore.

Because great white females don't stay with their babies after giving birth, researchers believe finding the location of their nursery off the coast between Lunenburg and Yarmouth will allow them to better protect young sharks while they're vulnerable. This week, the crew has finally accomplished their main goal when they brought the feet long shark aboard their ship and attached a SPOT tag to her fin.

Luna is the second-biggest white tagged by the crew in the North Atlantic and named for the people of Lunenburg, where the crew has been bringing researchers, media and other visitors to and from their vessel. OCEARCH doesn't think she is pregnant yet, however they have taken a blood sample and are still waiting for official confirmation. Luna is the third shark to be tagged this week.

The NSLC has announced its plans for the online sale of recreational cannabis. The corporation's cannabis website will go live in the early morning hours of Oct. One week from today The liquor corporation's Beverley Ware says the website will include educational elements.

She says, "If you're unfamiliar with cannabis, the website recommends you start with low T-H-C levels and slowly come to understand how it might affect you. Those will be available at all NSLC stores starting a week from today. Customers must present valid identification to an NSLC employee to obtain an access card. Products ordered through the website will be delivered to customers through Canada Post.

Tonight is the final debate between the five candidates vying to be provincial Tory leader. The debate is set to begin at 7 pm in Truro at the Best Western. The leadership vote will take place as part of the PC convention in Halifax beginning on the 26th.

It's the final chance for Nova Scotia Tories to make up their minds, and it comes just about 2 weeks ahead of the party's Halifax leadership convention. There'll be a little more activity along Riverbank Street in Stellarton over the next 48 hours or so. A freight train travelling through the area got a little off track Tuesday morning, when 3 cars de-railed near Riverbank Street.

Stellarton Police Chief Don Hussher says Firefighters, hazmat officers, EMO and staffers from the Regional Railway responded to the derailment to deal with a spill of black ash-dust from the trio of box cars. The dust is a material used to make tires, and will be vacuumed up over the next 2 days. Stellarton Fire Chief Dwight Campbell says the dust is not hazardous or flammable.

Local resident Jim Clark says it's the second time in 4 years that rail cars have ended up in his back year. A freight train travelling through Stellarton got a little off track Tuesday morning, when three box-cars came off the rails near Riverbank Street.

The black ash dust, a material used in tire manufacturing, is not hazardous or flammable according to Stellarton fire Chief Dwight Campbell, but it will take up to 48 hours to vacuum the area completely.

Cheif Hussher says everyone on scene is grateful the spill wasn't something that would have had a negative environmental impact. Three young girls are in custody after several attempted robberies in Halifax last night. Police say a year-old woman and a year-old woman were first approached by three girls while walking in the area. The girls tried to take a purse from one of the women and when she refused, police say the group assaulted both of them, by trying to use a knife.

The victims were then able to run away from the attackers. A short time later, police were called to an intersection just a few blocks away where a year-old woman reported being approached by three people wearing bandanas - but she was able to get to her car and drive away.

After that, police received a third call from a year-old woman who said she had been approached by three girls in the downtown who also tried to rob her. When she refused to give them her purse, she then ran away and called police. Officers were on the scene quickly and arrested three girls. A court date in court is being set up as police look for two men who they think were witnesses.

A formal report on the ground penetrating radar survey of the Oxford sinkhole is expected to be ready this week. The report will help decide on the next steps for testing. Officials say new cracks were found in the Lions Park parking lot near the northeast side of the sinkhole during the radar survey, but there were no major changes over the Thanksgiving long weekend.

A new fall schedule for the ferry between P. The new schedule sees the A team from the Nova Scotia Office of Immigration and the provincial Health Authority is heading to Ireland and the United Kingdom this week to step up their recruitment drive for doctors, and some of them are bound for Northern Nova Scotia, and New Glasgow, in particular. Fourteen doctors have already been approved through the new physician immigration stream and are on a path to permanent residency.

They are currently working in, or will soon begin to work here in New Glasgow, as well as in, Antigonish Truro, Sydney, Baddeck, and Halifax. Police say an Upper Musquodoboit man has died after an ATV rolled over during a turn and pinned him underneath it. During a turn, the vehicle overturned and the driver was pinned beneath it while the year-old passenger was ejected.

The passenger was treated for only minor injuries. In the Maritime Hockey League Showcase The Crushers host Summerside tonight at 7 o'clock. They were revved up and primed for a party at Yankee Stadium last night. The Crushers opened the tournament against the Halifax Hawks with a win. In their second game of the tournament the Crushers lost to arch-rivals Antigonish.

But in their 3rd game, they came back. Two men were displaced by a fire that damaged a large two-storey house containing several apartments on East Prince Street in Truro. There were no injuries. Three people escaped a Saturday house fire on Avon Street in Windsor without any injuries, but one of them is accused of setting the fire. Andrew Joyce said the accused, a year-old man, will appear in Windsor provincial court on Nov. Joyce said the home suffered major damage. Shock and sadness in Cape Breton after a historic building was destroyed by fire early Sunday morning.

The building has been vacant for years, but for 60 years it was a retreat centre operated by the Diocese of Antigonish. Prior to that, it had been an orphanage. The building is a total loss and is being torn down today. The trail offers views of the Cabot Trail and the Gulf of St. The announcement was made in a Facebook post Sunday morning at Parks Canada said it is monitoring the situation and will post new information when it becomes available.

An international panel of scientists reports that preventing an extra single degree of heat could make a life-or-death difference in the next few decades for multitudes of people and ecosystems on this fast-warming planet. But they provide little hope the world will rise to the challenge. Among other things, half as many people would suffer from lack of water, there would be fewer deaths and illnesses from heat, smog and infectious diseases, and only half as many animals with backbones and plants would lose the majority of their habitats.

But meeting the more ambitious goal of slightly less warming would require immediate, draconian cuts in emissions of heat-trapping gases and dramatic changes in the energy field. A piece of Canadian agricultural history is up for sale. The tender-fleshed apples it produced were a perfect mix of tart and sweet. By , McIntosh's son Allan McIntosh had learned how to clone the trees by grafting stems from the original. While it is historic, Parks Canada says at this time, the government is not interested in buying the property and turning it into a heritage site.

And it's definitely a fixer-upper: The Weeks Junior A Crushers' winless streak is up to six games. The team was shutout in Truro by the Bearcats on Saturday.

Grand Falls tonight, and Summerside Tuesday. Both games are at 7pm. The Selects have a number of players representing Nova Scotia this weekend.

It's open to all those interested in becoming a skater, referee or volunteer. And the team is starting a junior derby program this year! Wade Miley pitched masterfully into the fifth inning before turning it over to a lights-out Milwaukee bullpen, year-old catcher Erik Kratz kept up his torrid hitting and the Brewers beat the Colorado Rockies in Game 3 to sweep their NL Division Series. The two organizations will educate kids across the country on protecting Canada's nature from the threats to our biodiversity and wildlife, like climate change.

This investment in our kids and grand kids will help Canada achieve its biodiversity goals and targets, including getting more Canadians out into nature and participating in biodiversity conservation activities; implement the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity; and contribute to the global Sustainable Development Agenda. Comedians are speaking up but it's about something they feel is far more serious than an amusing joke. They have come together in hopes of seeing more funding to help with the expenses and costs of living as a performer.

Sam MacDonald works at and promotes stand up comedy shows on P. He says the cost to be a comedian can be a challenge, especially because stand-up comedy isn't recognized as "art" when it comes to getting grants and funding. And that can really be expensive. Charges have been laid against a man who allegedly shot a co-worker in the back with a nail from a nail gun at a local construction site on September He was arrested on September 27, and released on conditions to have no contact with the victim.

The charge was laid today. The year-old victim was taken to hospital by a family member following the incident where he was treated and then released.

Police were called while the victim was in hospital on September 19 and began their investigation from there. Hynes is scheduled to appear in Pictou Provincial Court on December Police in Cape Breton are investigating the death of a woman who was found inside a burning house in Sydney early this morning.

Officers were called to the home about 4: She was taken to Cape Breton Regional Hospital, where she later died. Her identity has not been released. Members of the forensic identification unit and the fire marshal's office are examining the site. Police do not suspect foul play at this point, but will investigate the scene to determine the cause of the fire. A formal report on the ground penetrating radar survey of the Oxford sinkhole is expected to be ready next week.

The survey was completed Tuesday, but Cumberland Regional Emergency Management says it will take a few days to analyze the data. The report will provide the basis for decisions on the next steps for testing.

Officials say new cracks were found in the Lions Park parking lot near the northeast side of the sinkhole during the radar survey, but there have been no significant changes since. NDP Leader Gary Burrill says the public deserves to know the reasons for the decision, noting that both the auditor general and a KPMG study commissioned in showed that P3 schools built in the 's cost millions more than planned.

The Premier says the upgrades at Dartmouth General will not use the P-3 model. This long weekend will see a greater police presence on the roads, as part of Operation Impact, a national public awareness campaign aimed at making Canada's roads the safest in the world. Constable Ken Macdonald of the New Glasgow Regional Police says the focus will be on behaviour that puts drivers, passengers and other road users most at risk: Check the crisper drawer in your fridge: The agency says the products include the Sobeys rainbow veggie platter, the bacon broccoli salad and the veggie stir fry mix.

All of the recalled items have a best before date of Oct. Food contaminated with Listeria may not look or smell spoiled, but can still make you sick. The CFIA says recalled products should be thrown out or returned to the store where they were purchased. It says the recall was triggered after one of its inspections, adding that it is conducting a food safety investigation that may lead more recalls.

The CFIA says there have been no reported illnesses from consuming these products. We have a link to the full recall list in the news section of our website.

The complete recall list can be found here. The confirmation comes in the wake of a woman saying she was recently turned away from the hubtown facility. Randy Delorey says expanding SANE services into the Truro area is important component of a trauma-informed approach to victims of sexual assault. The minister gave no details on when the expansion will happen. If you thought pump prices would jump before the long weekend, you were right.

Nova Scotians are encouraged to nominate individuals and groups for the Human Rights Awards. The awards are presented annually to celebrate the contributions of Nova Scotians who help to create greater equity and inclusion, promoting and protecting the rights of others.

Nominations are sought in three categories - youth, individual and organization. Submissions will be accepted until November 9th. For more information, visit the Human Rights Commission website. There will be a display at the Walmart at Highland Square beginning at 4: A parade follows at 6: Fire Prevention open houses will be held throughout the County next week.

Senate is poised to take a crucial vote on whether to advance Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court as key Republican senators remain undecided amid allegations of sexual misconduct and intense protests that have divided the nation. Joe Manchin of West Virginia, who has yet to announce his position. Ahead of Friday's voting, Republicans emerged confident that an FBI investigation into the allegations unearthed no new corroborating details.

Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell has little room for error with his party's slim hold on the Senate, even if Vice-President Mike Pence is called in to break a tie. A final vote is expected Saturday. Friday's vote is a procedural one to end the debate, and some fence-sitting senators could conceivably vote to advance Kavanaugh's nomination but still hold out their support ahead of a final confirmation roll call over the weekend. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says dairy farmers will be compensated for their expected losses under the new United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, making the pledge directly at a meeting with their representatives on Thursday.

Trudeau met privately with dairy representatives in downtown Montreal amid concerns in the industry that they're bearing the brunt under the recently concluded free-trade pact. Canadian dairy farmers stand to lose almost 3.

The USMCA is the third free-trade agreement in which Canada has agreed to open access to its supply-managed sectors, this time including increased access for eggs, chicken and turkey.

Raymond Bachand, Quebec's chief free-trade negotiator during the recently concluded negotiations, said USMCA compensation would have to come quickly, noting compensation from the Trans Pacific Partnership deal took an extended period.

Canada joined NATO allies on Thursday in blaming the Russian military for cyberattacks that targeted the international chemical weapons agency and the investigation into the mysterious crash of a Malaysian airliner over Ukraine.

A statement from Global Affairs Canada said the latest incidents are part of a malicious pattern of behaviour that includes Russia's attack on the Canadian headquarters of the World Anti-Doping Agency. Canada and its allies accused Russia's secret military intelligence unit, the GRU, of a brazen attempt to hack the Hague-based Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons in April.

Dutch Defence Minister Ank Bijleveld said the attack was disrupted and four Russian intelligence officers were immediately expelled from the Netherlands. Canada echoed a cascade of condemnation coming from Australia, Britain and the Netherlands, accusing Moscow of a series of unprecedented espionage operations in both the physical and digital worlds.

Moscow has issued a series of denials about the incidents. This year's Nobel Peace Prize goes to campaigners against rape in warfare. Nadia Murad, a member of the Yazidi minority in Iraq, was captured by Isis and repeatedly subjected to abuse. The Weeks Junior A Crushers couldn't stop their winless streak, but not for lack of trying. It went all the way to a shootout before the South Shore Lumberjacks got the win at the Wellness Centre All games are at 7pm.

They'll be in Sackville on Monday night to play the Blazers. Patrick Kane scored in overtime as the Chicago Blackhawks spoiled the Ottawa Senators' home opener with a win. Boston 4 Buffalo 0 N. Lakers Sacramento This weekend, many Nova Scotians will be securing their seasonal homes and cottages for the winter.

Other frequently stolen items include things kept outside or in a shed or barn, such as ATVs, outboard motors and power tools. She says to keep your property from becoming a target of thieves: She also said it would be helpful to install an alarm system, use motion sensors and timers for outdoor lights, and install cameras in a location pointing at the cottage. She also suggests having someone you trust check on the property regularly.

The search will begin this fall after the government issues a request for qualifications. Originally, the province was going to tear down only the Centennial and Victoria General buildings, but premier Stephen McNeil says that the Dickson Building also needs to be replaced. The decision to use a public-private partnership model, commonly called a P3 agreement, also applies to the outpatient clinic to be built in the Bayers Lake business park.

The use of P3's has come under fire from auditor generals in Canada, showing in many cases that it costs taxpayers more than planned. The expansion of the Dartmouth General Hospital is also part of the overall plan to renew and expand the province's health network, but that work is not under a P3. The Mi'kmaq band near Shubenacadie has dropped its objection to the proposed Goldboro liquefied natural gas plant in Guysborough County.

The province's utility and review board scheduled a hearing for Oct. The band office is located about kilometres west of the proposed LNG site, but Chief Michael Sack has said all along the First Nation never surrendered any of its traditional territory.

Despite that, Sack writes the band is formally withdrawing its objection and will not be submitting any further evidence to the board. It turns out that report of a man being shot with a nail gun on a work site in Abercrombie a couple of weekends ago might have racial overtones. The crown is examining that possibility with a charge of criminal negligence against a year-old man from Pictou County.

The accused is alleged to have shot year-old co-worker Nhlanhla Dlamini with a 3-and-a-half-inch nail after calling him a derogatory name for several weeks and telling him he was working too slowly. The older man is said to have driven Dlamini home, instead of taking him to the hospital following the incident.

Dlamini's lung was punctured by the nail, and he was in the hospital for four days. Their boss is Paul Quinn. His lawyer, Craig Clarke, says the wound was not all that serious. Clarke also says there have been no charges laid against Quinn or P. The Department of Labour said they were notified of the incident by the RCMP, but they are not involved while the criminal investigation is ongoing. A young Nova Scotia man charged after a teenager was struck and killed by a car this summer has elected trial by Supreme Court judge and jury.

Laffin was the driver of the car that struck and killed Hanna as he walked along the highway near North Sydney. Both had just left an outdoor graduation party at nearby Leitches Creek. Cape Breton Regional Police had been called to the house party twice over concerns there were a large number of people drinking and there was a potential for fights and impaired driving.

Hanna's mother, Jenn, has complained that police should have given Laffin a sobriety test but they maintain they didn't think they had the grounds to demand it after the crash.

Police have offered few details about the charge against Laffin, saying only that it stems from circumstances following the collision. Judge Diane McGrath set March 13 as the date for a preliminary hearing on the matter. A sweeping new law governing the province's roads and highways would for the first time include pedestrians, cyclists and people who work along roadways as "vulnerable road users," and double fines for accidents that seriously injure or kill them.

Transportation Minister Lloyd Hines says the intent of the change in the new Traffic Safety Act is to provide better protection and to signal that roadways are used by more than just motor vehicles. In addition to the increased fines, drivers convicted of injuring someone deemed vulnerable would be also be subject to an automatic suspension of up to six months. Hines says the proposed replacement for the outdated and cumbersome Motor Vehicle Act would also clamp down on the use of devices that lead to distracted driving.

In anticipation of the increased use of autonomous vehicles in coming years, the province has included a provision that drivers must maintain control of the vehicles at all times, meaning they must be in the driver's seat and ready to take the wheel should something go wrong.

The Transportation Department says currently there are only vehicles with self-driving features on the province's roads. Hines says it will take about two years before all new regulations and the new law are in place. In a new memorandum of understanding, the groups have agreed to co-operate on the issue, and work together to educate the public about what they call "legitimate Metis Nation and Mi'kmaq issues.

Census data show the number of people who call themselves Metis soared nearly per cent in Nova Scotia from to , with dozens of new Metis groups cropping up in the same period. The proliferation of self-reported Metis has emerged as a divisive debate.

Efforts by the new Metis to claim Indigenous rights and use identity cards that appear similar to Indian Status cards fuel a perception that the Aboriginal newcomers are so-called rights grabbers.

The office will provide confidential navigation service to help all provincial employees and managers access the mental health and wellness resources and supports they need. The office will also help leaders and managers create psychologically healthy and safe workplaces. Three mental health navigators will be located throughout the province to ensure all employees can access the office's services. Navigators do not directly provide employees with counselling or crisis intervention.

This initiative is funded from the Employment Insurance rebate that the province receives from Service Canada, which must be used for employee benefits. With High School try outs finishing this week, all players should know their intentions by this date. There could possibly be a AA Midget team if there is interest by players and a coach steps forward. Tryout dates for the Midget AA team had intended to start this week but they have been postponed until this weekend. Ice times are Please note these will occur only if a coach or coaching group step forward to run the team.

The League will start one week late. The Association intends on making up that ice time at some point during the season. The Turkey Trot is a non-timed fun run or walk that's suitable for the entire family. It's pet and stroller friendly. Registration is free with the donation of a non-perishable item to the Food Bank. Pre-registration is available on Race Roster https: The Washington Capitals opened their regular season by beating the Boston Bruins behind a pair of goals from Evgeny Kuznetsov and one apiece from Ovechkin, T.

John Gibson made 31 saves, Brandon Montour scored the tiebreaking goal with Clippers Minnesota Staff at the business noticed that the lumber was missing on the morning of September 17, and they recalled the lumber being present at the site on the afternoon of September The lumber had been secured by cable and padlock and the suspects cut the padlock to gain access.

Scanlan says the request was made in a letter to Miller last week. Scanlan also says the province has a financial stake in going ahead with the plan to ensure Northern Pulp doesn't have to undergo temporary closure. Her assertion is that mthe company would potentially be able to claim lost profits from that temporary shutdown and the provincial government would have to pay up, which is another conflict.

So far, the Environment Minister isn't responding. As controversy continues over changes to the provincial Public Accounts Committee, the government is looking to form a new one. Until then, members of all three parties were free to submit topics and witnesses of their choosing.

When the PAC met today, the opposition members again walked out of the meeting in protest. A local truck operator is asking for help from Pictou County council so that he can find more local work. Brad Nichols is the owner of J. He believes his membership renewal was turned down by the Association in February because he has filed successful grievances against the PCTA. He told County Council on Monday night that since then, he has not been contacted by contractors or dispatchers for any trucking work involving county projects.

He asked council to make it clear to contractors that county work is set out under the same rules as provincial work, and therefore J. Nichols Trucking can be on the list of companies that can be hired. Warden Robert Parker told Nichols that council will take his concerns to the next committee meeting. Rink fries are coming to the Wellness Centre! At last night's committee of the whole meeting in New Glasgow, councillor Jack Lewis noted in a report from the Wellness Centre board that they have purchased a fryer for the canteen.

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