Although Nova Scotia RCMP have not yet released the identities of the two people found dead in the home Tuesday afternoon, friends confirm that they were Marc Poulin, 42, and his fiancée, Jennifer Lynne Semenec, 45.
Police have yet to release the names of the two people whose remains were found inside the house, but friends and family are coming forward with their identities.
The Accessibility Advisory Board will meet over the next several months before presenting recommendations to Nova Scotia’s justice minister.
The Halifax Black Film Festival is marking its second year.
Halifax Fire and Emergency were called to the “Pizza Corner” area at around 7:30 p.m. on Monday night.
While some students may using reading week to relax and unwind, dozens more are working to solve one of society’s biggest issues.
Hundreds of people with disabilities in Nova Scotia are on a waiting list for community-based supports. It’s a problem that advocates say means the system is in crisis.
Halifax mayor Mike Savage says he remains committed to the panel that was created to determine the future of the controversial statue of Edward Cornwallis.
Halifax police said they responded to a motor vehicle collision on Queen Street early Saturday morning.
Former political staffers spoke to Global News about their experiences working in and around the Nova Scotia Legislature in light of the recent events involving former PC leader Jamie Baillie.
Customers of The Nook can now purchase a token to be used by someone in need of a warm snack or meal.
Council reconvened on Wednesday only hours after a lengthy public hearing on Tuesday night to discuss and debate the proposed Willow Tree development
Residents of Lake Echo, N.S., are rallying behind a dog that was found severely emaciated in that area.
Roofing companies throughout HRM have been working non-stop to repair homes before more nasty weather hits the region.
Doctors from throughout Nova Scotia gathered in Dartmouth today to brainstorm ideas for a new primary care payment model.