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1 Iain Rankin sworn in as Nova Scotia premier, along with 16 cabinet ministers
2 School gyms to open for community use
3 Nova Scotia announces more than $7M for affordable housing projects
4 Yarmouth County call centre gets new operator
5 Yarmouth vigil remembers Ryan Saulnier and pushes for CF drug Trikafta
6 New poll shows Liberals hold 11-point lead over PC's in Nova Scotia
7 Attendance creeps back up at schools with COVID-19 cases, but critics say communication should be better
8 Former NDP cabinet minister alleges Zach Churchill 'berated' and 'pushed' her
9 Searching for Zack: Community pulls together in search for missing Yarmouth County man
10 Province to fund new emergency room in Yarmouth
11 $2.5 million announced for design stage of Yarmouth hospital's emergency department modernization
12 Reddit ups Series E round by another $116 million
13 JIM VIBERT: Liberal leadership race taking shape
14 Liberal cabinet minister Jean-Yves Duclos steps aside to recover from illness
15 198 employees told Web.com is closing down its Yarmouth location after 18 years in community
16 Macklem points to child care, education to help ease protracted employment recovery
17 Tourism operators in Yarmouth on edge as MLAs in Halifax debate ferry service
18 Future of YMCA facilities in Yarmouth being explored following announced closure
19 The Rush: Tiger Woods injured in car accident, undergoes surgery
20 Photos & video: Community celebrates YCMHS Class of 2020 in Yarmouth
21 Teachers at school in Surrey, B.C., ask for more COVID-19 safety measures
22 Apple plans to increase dividend, approves executive compensation
23 Bay Ferries CEO calls for toned down rhetoric around Yarmouth ferry
24 JIM VIBERT: Education Minister Zach Churchill can’t act like a schoolyard bully
25 A look inside the new Yarmouth Elementary School as it nears completion
26 The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada for Monday, Feb. 15, 2021
27 Nova Scotia government's inclusive education plan change knocked by NDP
28 'Hogwarts Legacy' may allow players to create transgender characters
29 Former MLAs accuse N.S. education minister of ‘pattern of inappropriate behaviour’
30 Bay Ferries targeting June 26 startup date for Cat ferry service between N.S. and Maine
31 Virus variants challenge US vaccine efforts
32 Irving to reopen Halifax Shipyard after extensive COVID-19 testing
33 Questions raised after N.S. MLA spends $8700 on flights to Boston
34 Yarmouth ferry terminal to receive $9.7M in upgrades
35 JIM VIBERT: Battle of ideas unlikely among Nova Scotia Liberal leadership contenders
36 Ferry tone and concern causes investor to back away from Yarmouth
37 Tiny icon: Repairs planned for beloved Sandford drawbridge in Yarmouth County
38 Golden Globes 2021 Red Carpet: Best Hair and Makeup Looks
39 Dunivant becomes Sacramento Republic president in shakeup
40 U.N. chief Guterres says a 'disappointing' $1.7 billion pledged for Yemen aid in 2021
41 The Crown wins best drama series Golden Globe for a 2nd time
42 Project at Yarmouth hospital will enhance support for patients and families during end-of-life care
43 Alberta flexes COVID-19 rules for gyms, libraries, delays other reopenings
44 ‘It Is Far From Being Over,’ Trump Hints Comeback at CPAC
45 Two children hurt in snowplow incident at school in Whitby, Ont.
46 Nova Scotia is safe for school children and would-be municipal politicians… but not for Liberal MLAs
47 French court finds former President Sarkozy guilty of corruption
48 Wall Street ends little changed
49 Mental health wellness drop-in centre in Yarmouth officially opened
50 Joy, hope & optimism: Long battle to bring cystic fibrosis drug Trikafta to Canada is seeing results
51 Moment mum was mown down over £60 drug debt
52 Concern for rapid COVID-19 spread prevents B.C. from lifting restrictions: Dr. Henry
53 Vancouver hotel to be converted to 65 units for homeless people
54 Bigger loans, faster turn-around time, by loan board to help N.S. fishing industry and younger fishermen
55 Zack Bell wins hotly contested P.E.I. PC nomination in District 10
56 Is your school safe to reopen? Don't ask your lapdog Liberal MLA
57 PC candidate Colton LeBlanc wins Argyle-Barrington byelection
58 NFL denies report on media rights deal with Disney
59 ASM sees higher first quarter revenue on the back of strong orders
60 State: Diplomacy with Iran still an option
61 Military deploys recon teams to border as feds prepare border-testing sites
62 Extreme cold cancels school bus service in Saskatoon, Regina and other locales
63 Sources: Boston College parting ways with men's basketball coach Jim Christian
64 White House aide resigns after threatening reporter
65 Canadian blueberries pose no peril to American producers, U.S. trade commission says
66 House fire kills one in Innisfil, Ont.
67 3rd man charged in connection with Yarmouth County homicide
68 TSX falls 1.35% to 18,235.73
69 What'll it take to see someone other than an old white man running this province?
70 All public schools in Nova Scotia to be closed on Monday
71 Trican Well Service reports lower Q4 revenue as oilfield slump drags on
72 Vancouver Mural Festival artwork vandalized downtown
73 Nova Scotia community looks forward to brighter year after 2018 marred by tragedy
74 Nova Scotia children going back into schools in the fall
75 'It's such an honour': Sgt. Kirk Taylor commemorated on cadet corps 115th anniversary coin in Yarmouth
76 Canadian fashion mogul Peter Nygard denied bail before extradition
77 Nova Scotia's new education advisory council to be appointed Thursday
78 People gather at candlelight vigil in Yarmouth to spread message: 'We are here for you'
79 Yarmouth Central School students recognized for being respectful and caring citizens for honouring the memory of four young lives lost
80 Funding from province to help with doctor retention and recruitment in Yarmouth
81 Breaking down street barriers for people who are blind and partially sighted
82 Saving lives: CH149 Cormorant helicopters take part in day and night training off southwestern N.S.
83 Liberal leadership candidates to square off in Cape Breton
84 Struggling Yarmouth hotel gets $1 million
85 When a pipeline in Pictou County was rerouted
86 Nova Scotia will have new premier in February
87 Churchill remains committed to new Springhill school
88 NSCC piloting Women's Fishing Master Class 4 Program at Burridge Campus in Yarmouth | The Digby Courier
89 Tidal energy investors and fish: the Minas Basin is full of sharks
90 Young politicians no longer a novelty in Canada
91 'Little People, Big World' star Jacob Roloff says he was molested by producer; Mom responds
92 Despite premier's calls for Quebecers to stay home, Liberal MNA Pierre Arcand vacations in Barbados
93 JIM VIBERT: Group warns about erosion of public education
94 43 pre-primary centres to be open by September in Nova Scotia
95 Nova Scotia Tories call for team to combat human trafficking
96 Kipple and bots
97 Spending didn't define winners, losers in 2017 N.S. election
98 Family drama: Morning File, Thursday, January 25, 2018
99 Can a fifteen-year-old muster the political force to end ambulance fees?
100 Nova Scotia won't add more students to tech pilot project