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 CBC Nova Scotia News Headlines

Mi'kmaq push for legal lobster sales for non-Indigenous buyers

Friday, 25, September, 2020

Sipekne’katik fishermen

The Mi'kmaw community in Nova Scotia that recently launched its first self-regulated lobster fishery is now pushing the province to change laws restricting non-Indigenous fish buyers from doing business with the First Nation.

Black Lives Matter street art installations coming to Dartmouth, Halifax

Friday, 25, September, 2020

Black Lives Matter sweater

The municipality says the installations will be going up at Alderney Drive in Dartmouth on Saturday and at Brunswick Street in Halifax on Sunday.

Area residents concerned after Carters Beach 'inundated' this summer

Friday, 25, September, 2020

Busy Carters Beach

When COVID-19 forced people to rediscover Nova Scotia, many flocked to the beach. But those who live near Carters Beach say too many people are using and abusing it.

CBC Nova Scotia News September 25, 2020

Friday, 25, September, 2020

CBC Nova Scotia News September 25, 2020

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Campaign urges government to repair rail line to Sydney harbour

Friday, 25, September, 2020

Albert Barbusci

The promoter of a proposed container terminal in Cape Breton, Sydney Harbour Investment Partners, has launched an online campaign aimed at getting provincial and federal officials to do more to rehabilitate the island's railway.

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