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Outport Magazine sets sights on the mainland

Outport Magazine sets sights on the mainland

The Outport Magazine is planning to expand to Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island in January after two-and-a-half years of being Newfoundland and Labrador's only LGBT magazine. The magazine focuses on issues and everyday life in ... CBC, 6 days ago
Amendments to Liquor Control Act Noodls, 4 days ago

Restaurants Canada congratulates Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and PEI on partnership to reduce red tape for business

CHARLOTTETOWN, Nov. 13, 2015 /CNW/ - Restaurants Canada congratulates the premiers of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island for launching a project to reduce red tape for business owners. The deal will reduce barriers for business and ...
 Bloomberg2 weeks ago

Ferries between P.E.I. and Nova Scotia are back after late start

The ferries between Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island will resume service Monday, but with a late start. The first sailing will be at 9:30 a.m. out of Caribou, N.S. In the face of a gale warning Sunday the ferry crossed only once. The ...
 CBC3 weeks ago Northumberland Ferries get late start  Yahoo! Canada3 weeks ago
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REVISED / Maritime partnership on regulatory reform

CHARLOTTETOWN (GNB) Premier Wade MacLauchlan of Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick Premier Brian Gallant and Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil met in Charlottetown today to explore shared priorities and identify opportunities to work together to ...
 CNB Online2 weeks ago Seven stories in the news today, Nov. 24  1057 EZRrock6 days ago Maritime premiers agree to common approach  Noodls1 week ago Strengthened Maritime partnership on regulatory reform  Bloomberg3 weeks ago

Report on the surface geology of eastern New Brunswick, north-western Nova Scotia and a portion of Prince Edward Island

Chalmers, R Geological Survey of Canada, Annual Report vol. 7, pt. M, 1895; 149 pages (5 sheets), doi:10.4095/297161 Publication contains 5 maps geological, 1:253,440 location, 1:2,534,400 paper; on-line; digital This publication is contained in ...
 Department of Natural Resources Canada2 weeks ago

Farmers 1% chocolate milk recalled due to possible egg content

Farmers brand one per cent partly-skimmed chocolate milk, sold in Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, is being recalled because it may contain egg, which is not declared on the label, warns the Canadian Food Inspection Agency. The milk's ...
 Yahoo! Canada3 weeks ago Farmers 1% chocolate milk warning may affect people with egg allergies  CBC3 weeks ago

Food Recall Warning - Allergen (gluten) - Spice Sanctuary brand Asafoetida (Hing) - Gluten and Grain Free

Distribution: Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Yukon. Recalling Firm: Spice
 Canadian Food Inspection Agency1 month ago Food Recall Warning (Allergen): Farmers Brand 1% Partly Skimmed Chocolate Milk Recalled Due to Undeclared Egg  Sys-Con Media3 weeks ago

Earl of Wessex takes tour of IWK Health Centre

Prince Edward Britain's Earl of Wessex took a tour of the IWK Health Centre in Nova Scotia, Canada yesterday (02.11.15). The 51-year-old royal - the youngest son of Queen Elizabeth - stopped by the medical facility in Halifax to meet the staff ...
 Yahoo!Xtra3 weeks ago

Preparations continue as N.S. waits for exact refugees numbers

HALIFAX -- Immigration officials in Nova Scotia say preparations continue for the arrival of the first of the 25,000 Syrian refugees that Ottawa has agreed to resettle by the end of February. But they say Nova Scotia doesn't have an exact ...
 CTV News4 days ago Preparations continue as Nova Scotia waits for exact refugees numbers  Metro Canada4 days ago

P.E.I. businessman convicted of sexually assaulting 14-year-old wins appeal

HALIFAX — A Prince Edward Island businessman convicted of sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl in the Halifax area more than 20 years ago has successfully appealed the conviction and won the right to a new trial. Stephen Nicholas Taweel of ...
 Metro Canada3 days ago
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