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Marchand will bring Cup to Nova Scotia in August

Boston Bruin Brad Marchand hoists the Stanley Cup during a rally in Boston in June. Marchand will be bringing the Cup to Nova Scotia in late August. (BIZUAYEHU TESFAYE / The Associated Press / File)
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Dartmouth hammer attack victim questions police actions after assault




He's got a black eye, stitches in his lip and dark scabs on his nose, but a Dartmouth man who was randomly beaten with a hammer early Saturday morning said it could have been worse.

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Crown appeals father's one-year sentence for assaulting baby




The Crown is appealing the sentence a Dartmouth man received for abusing his special-needs infant son.

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Irving faces March trial in 2008 Halifax Shipyard accident




Irving Shipbuilding Inc. will stand trial next March on safety charges in connection with an industrial accident that injured a worker at the Halifax Shipyard three years ago.

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Emera Powers up

Nova Scotia power utility gives hometown sprinter big boost with financial help


Nova Scotia Olympic sprinter Adrienne Power of East Jeddore, pictured Monday at Canadian Sport Centre Atlantic, will have her training and other costs paid for by Emera through 2016.(CHRISTIAN LAFORCE/Staff)

Like most Canadian amateur athletes, Adrienne Power has had to cut corners to pursue her dreams.

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N.B. police rule Oland death a homicide




SAINT JOHN, N.B. — Police in New Brunswick have launched a homicide investigation into the death of former beer-brewing scion Richard Oland.

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Foes to appeal St. Mary's Bay fish farm approval




A coalition of villages, environmental and fishing groups opposed to the creation of fish farms in Nova Scotia's St. Mary's Bay is taking legal action to try to stop their development.

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