And it's not just a publicity stunt for a reboot of Stephen King's 'It.'
Not yet under boil water advisory, Potlotek First Nation chiefs are advising residents not to drink, cook or wash dishes with it.
And how one new film is trying to change that.
But parents of bullied teens who committed suicide say more preventative measures are needed.
The dude had 70 guns in his house. 70! That's too many guns!
It predated mockumentary style of 'The Office' and meta-commentary of 'Community.' So why has it never been recognized in the Golden Age of TV?
Breaking: They aren't.
Why does so much news from Nova Scotia sound like a 'Trailer Park Boys' storyline?
A judge will consider a cultural assessment of Kale Leonard Gabriel prior to sentencing.
We talked to Kate Beaton of 'Hark! A Vagrant' about banjo picking in Williamsburg, living next to nuns in Nova Scotia, and her two years in Fort Mac.
To blame the violence on the black community fundamentally ignores the deep structural inequality in the city.
Police have seen "a bit of a resurgence" in Pictou County.
Anyone who likes this video is the Feds.
The alleged assault took place at an off-campus fraternity, but the university says it's not their responsibility.
Director X's first film explores what it means to be a black hockey player in small town Canada.
Nova Scotia's "Internet Black Widow" is no longer allowed to see men without approval.
After Sunnyvale's finest threatened to leave the province following cuts to tax credits, the government has responded by funding a new series.
It's still definitely better than living under a Trumptalitarian regime.
Few immigrants want to head east of Montreal, and that's a problem for the economically distressed provinces there. But is the Maritimes actually that welcoming to Come-From-Aways?
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.