Four of the five Canadian Forces personnel who said they were members of the group the Proud Boys and disrupted a Mi’kmaw ceremony in Halifax on July 1 have resumed their regular duties with the military but remain on probation.
A woman who described her treatment at a rural Nova Scotia hospital as “death by a thousand laxatives” has been successful in her complaint against the lead doctor who mistook cancer for constipation.
A Nova Scotia judge has approved a settlement in the class-action lawsuit related to OxyContin, even as two people affected by addiction to the painkiller told the court Tuesday they were unhappy with the deal struck with the drug manufacturer.
Nova Scotians are heading to the polls on Tuesday, May 30.
Jack Webb had had enough.
During five days of struggles in Halifax’s largest hospital, he’d languished for six hours in a chilly emergency room hallway, had a broken IV in his arm, and was bumped from his room by another dying patient.