NowNS: The Elderkin family have been making cider from apples grown on their Greenwich family farm for nine generations, since 1760.

NowNS: Age-old valley fruit farm selling cider at NSLC

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"“Everyone is criticizing this woman but it was totally the prime minister’s idea, and it was really funny, because it was an awkward moment — none of this was scripted." - Annette Verschuren

From Cape Breton to the White House: Rubbing shoulders with the Trumps

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The victory snapped Halifax’s four-game QMJHL losing streak and extended Moncton’s winless skid to 24 games, including eight one-goal losses.

Moose pull out last-minute win over Wildcats

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A headline in Friday’s paper for a story about the case that read “Too drunk to remember,” drew outrage from some readers, who said it shamed the victim.

N.L. paper apologizes for headline critics said blamed sex-case complainant

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HOMES: "In my opinion Trello operates somewhat like Pinterest in that you create boards where you can ‘pin’ pieces of information."

Trello can help you get organized

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“There’s more to this than meets the eye. People need to talk about it and stop the stigma,” said Canadian army veteran Rollie Lawless. “When people commit suicide, it feels like Russian roulette to us.”

PTSD sufferers getting boost from concert series

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“I can’t disclose that but (Alibaba is) very anxious to work with us and other products,” said Colwell. “It’s going to be a while because these things take a long time to negotiate.”

Chinese firm reportedly eyeing other N.S. seafood products

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Robbins had no expectations heading into her first competition. She was hoping to place in a top-10 list but she said she didn’t even say that out loud. She was just interested in the experience. And she loved it.

Fitness competitions: Getting in shape, gaining confidence

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“It is our understanding that (the) union’s work-to-rule job action will remain in place until such time as the legislation has passed.” - Heather Fairbairn, spokeswoman for the Department of Education.

Students back to school Tuesday as legislation looms

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The premiers emerged from a two-day meeting in Corner Brook, N.L., Monday pledging vigilance with the region’s largest trading partner, and acknowledging the need to promote their interests.

Atlantic premiers discuss trade with United States, health care synergies

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Fabulous freshman Hunter Garlent, with his second goal of the game, scored with 32 seconds left to give the Huskies a 4-3 win over the UPEI Panthers on Sunday night.

AUS HOCKEY: Huskies score dramatic series-clinching win

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RCMP: "It’s a lot (of cocaine). Definitely a significant amount for us."

RCMP stop to help stranded motorists, make major cocaine bust

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Their Barrington and Morris Street locations were open for a decade in Metro, a food staple in the community.

Halifax's Gingergrass Restaurant closed indefinitely

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Blake Murray, who works for the City of Ottawa, cut a cross into the tree with his chainsaw.

Ottawa family overwhelmed after stranger saves memorial on tree slated for removal

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"Convicted or not, he's entitled to protection and basic human rights." - Balfour Der

Defence lawyer blasts those who cheered the beating of a convicted murderer

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The in-shoe F-Scan system has 960 sensors that produces 500 samples per second, providing dynamic pressure, force and timing information for foot function and gait analysis. - Via: South Shore Breaker

Happy Feet; Yarmouth company poised to lead orthotics research in Canada

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The theme for 2017 is Passing the Torch: African Nova Scotians and the Next 150 Years. Via: Valley Harvester

Digby celebrates African Heritage Month: Planned JACBA community centre to include education, heritage hub

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Imagine the effect on the mind, any mind, of repeatedly being called “the most powerful man in the world.” Just think what that would do to a mind like Trump’s.

LEGER: Of Trump, Great Men and the exercise of power

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It has been one year since Canadian CF-18 fighter jets flew their last mission over Syria after the Liberals withdrew the planes.

No longer bombing, Canadian planes identifying ISIL targets in Syria

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The study used 2002-2015 health records to identify 103 children aged 10 or younger who were treated in an Ontario hospital for an overdose and whose mothers had received publicly funded prescriptions for an opioid in the preceding year.

Young kids at risk of opioid overdose from adult prescriptions in household: study

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