From hackers invading baby monitors to stolen cop cars to mass pig heists, here are some of the most bonkers capers of 2015.
After decades of feuding, are Nova Scotia's two most infamous crime families finally finished killing?
When greeting a Maritimer: If you know them, nod up. If you don't, nod down.
The dad says the woman gave his 13-year-old daughter "molly" in order to sober her up from all the rum she had been drinking.
Now a new law, known as the Environmental Racism Prevention Act, proposes changing that in the small Canadian province. If passed, it would be the first bill in the country that targets environmental racism specifically.
A Nova Scotia newspaper's decision to run the names of 27 johns facing charges has come under criticism from sex workers.
Catherine Campbell was last seen at a Halifax bar early Friday morning.
Lobsters are the cows of the sea and can incite men to violence in the Maritimes.
They say it's a symbol of racial hatred and want it recognized as such by the government.
We haven't even mentioned the goat murders yet. What's the deal?
Victoria Henneberry wants to start the appeal process despite missing the deadline to do so.
Evidently, the Conservative Party doesn't trust its politicians with simple press releases. And now we know why.
A late-morning announcement about changes to reproductive health care on Prince Edward Island today revealed everything is just staying the same.
Before she was murdered herself, Loretta Saunders was researching an unsolved murder of another aboriginal woman in Halifax. When we started to investigate that unsolved murder, people told us it was dangerous and we shouldn't write this article. This is
Protesters say Premier Stephen McNeil had the audacity to cut the credit despite a 2013 election promise to extend it by five years.
The Nova Scotian says he's hosted over 500 travellers on his couch in the past seven years, and has 150 positive reviews on Couchsurfing.com to show for it.
If the threat of turning Eastern Canada into a fracked gas field has been partially mitigated through newly-legislated provincial moratoriums, the natural gas industry still has a particular pipe dream for the Maritimes' coastline.
After repeated edits to the Wikipedia page on Rehtaeh Parsons' suicide, an unnamed member of the Canadian Forces has been arrested near Halifax, where the Parsons family lives.
After the arrest of two people in an alleged plan to shoot up a Canadian mall, we spoke to members of the 'Columbiners' underground where the plot originated.
Five decades after the destruction of a largely black neighbourhood in Halifax, former residents are still seeking justice from the city that forced them from their homes.
Despite internet presences celebrating the Columbine shooters and Nazis, the would-be perpetrators of a mass shooting in Halifax were not terrorists, according to authorities.
At the Chimo Hotel in Ottawa, Christopher Phillips was arrested after fleeing Nova Scotia.
The court case against the young man who was photographed having sex with a drunk and vomiting teen who later committed suicide has resulted in probation.
In response to the Dalhousie's perceived foot-dragging, the loose network of hackers is bringing its outlaw justice to Halifax and calling for the expulsion of the offending students.