Cindy Ryan knows to the day how long it’s been since her life changed thanks to an organ donation, and what that change has allowed her to experience. “My 50th birthday celebrated in hospital and a few more since,” said the Westville, N.S., resident. “My daughter becoming vice-principal. My son graduating
“It’s going to affect 10 major sawmills,” he says. “It’s the people who sell tires, sell gasoline, you know, sell building supplies to the mill … like, it’s widespread.” Paper Excellence says it can’t eliminate toxic effluent from its manufacturing process at the mill, so the solution it proposes is
Cybercriminals around the world are breaking down the technical barriers that prevent people with little computer knowledge from committing cybercrime. By offering up their services for a fee, cybercriminals make it possible for almost anyone with a computer and internet connection to steal money and personal information. “This is having a powerful
Atlantic University Sport (AUS) has suspended a total of 15 players and both head coaches because of a brawl that broke out during an Acadia-St. Francis Xavier hockey game last weekend. Nine St. FX players have been handed suspensions adding up to 21 games. Six Acadia players have received suspensions adding up
The federal government and Halifax-based Irving Shipbuilding are asking a trade tribunal to throw out a challenge to their handling of a high-stakes competition to design the navy’s new $60-billion fleet of warships. In separate submissions to the Canadian International Trade Tribunal, the federal procurement department and Irving say the
A seven-year-old boy in Antigonish, N.S., has received the largest personal injury settlement in Nova Scotia legal history. Dr. Allison Ball, an obstetrician, and the former Guysborough Antigonish Strait Health Authority have agreed to pay a total of $6 million to Cullan Chisholm due to severe brain injuries he suffered during his delivery.