Nova Scotia

Fishing boats, loaded with traps, head from port as the lobster season on Nova Scotia’s South Shore begins, in West Dover, N.S., Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2019. RCMP say a 74-year-old man faces charges in connection with a violent clash last month at a lobster pound in southwestern Nova Scotia. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Andrew Vaughan

Nova Scotia RCMP say man faces assault charges in violent clash at lobster pound

Tensions were high between First Nations fishers and non-Indigenous commercial fishermen

 

Robert Syliboy’s lobster fishing boat is shown after being destroyed by a fire in this Monday, Oct. 5, 2020 handout photo. A lobster vessel belonging to a Mi’kmaq fisher has been destroyed by a suspicious fire at a wharf in southwestern Nova Scotia, near waters where a self-regulated Indigenous fishery is underway. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO - Robert Syliboy

Nova Scotia calls on Ottawa to define a ‘moderate livelihood,’ as fishing dispute boils over

A lobster pound was burned to the ground Saturday, destroying the lobster catch of Mi’kmaq fishers

 

Wolves roam the tundra near the Meadowbank Gold Mine in the Nunavut on Wednesday, March 25, 2009. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette

Army apologizes after Nova Scotia residents receive fake letter warning of wolves

The letter said a pack of eight grey wolves had been released in northern Nova Scotia

 

RCMP investigators search for evidence at the location where Const. Heidi Stevenson was killed along the highway in Shubenacadie, N.S. on Thursday, April 23, 2020. Court documents released today describe the violence a Nova Scotia mass killer inflicted on his father years before his rampage, as well as the gunman’s growing paranoia before the outburst of shootings and killings.THE CANADIAN PRESS/Andrew Vaughan

Warrant reveals Nova Scotia mass killer’s violence against family, suspicious finances

Fifty-one-year man took 22 lives on April 18-19 before police killed him at a service station in Enfield, N.S.

RCMP investigators search for evidence at the location where Const. Heidi Stevenson was killed along the highway in Shubenacadie, N.S. on Thursday, April 23, 2020. Court documents released today describe the violence a Nova Scotia mass killer inflicted on his father years before his rampage, as well as the gunman’s growing paranoia before the outburst of shootings and killings.THE CANADIAN PRESS/Andrew Vaughan
Witness said killer in N.S. mass shooting ‘recently’ acquired gun from estate

Witness said killer in N.S. mass shooting ‘recently’ acquired gun from estate

Witness said killer in N.S. mass shooting ‘recently’ acquired gun from estate

Witness said killer in N.S. mass shooting ‘recently’ acquired gun from estate
RCMP say Gabriel Wortman may have been an “injustice collector,” in a June 8, 2020 story. (Photo by THE CANADIAN PRESS)

Seeking to explain Nova Scotia shootings: Inside the ‘threat-sensitive brain’

Behavioural analysis points to ‘injustice collector’

RCMP say Gabriel Wortman may have been an “injustice collector,” in a June 8, 2020 story. (Photo by THE CANADIAN PRESS)
N.S. police received warnings in 2011 about man who would become mass killer

N.S. police received warnings in 2011 about man who would become mass killer

N.S. police received warnings in 2011 about man who would become mass killer

N.S. police received warnings in 2011 about man who would become mass killer
A court document says seven witnesses who had encountered Gabriel Wortman either recalled him talking about owning guns or had seen guns at locations including his clinic, in a May 19, 2020 story. (Photo by THE CANADIAN PRESS)
A court document says seven witnesses who had encountered Gabriel Wortman either recalled him talking about owning guns or had seen guns at locations including his clinic, in a May 19, 2020 story. (Photo by THE CANADIAN PRESS)
N.S. killer’s semi-automatic guns believed to come from U.S., but details withheld

N.S. killer’s semi-automatic guns believed to come from U.S., but details withheld

N.S. killer’s semi-automatic guns believed to come from U.S., but details withheld

N.S. killer’s semi-automatic guns believed to come from U.S., but details withheld
Media consortium seeking search warrants from Nova Scotia mass shooting
Media consortium seeking search warrants from Nova Scotia mass shooting
Mass killing in Nova Scotia possibly triggered by assault on girlfriend: RCMP

Mass killing in Nova Scotia possibly triggered by assault on girlfriend: RCMP

Mass killing in Nova Scotia possibly triggered by assault on girlfriend: RCMP

Mass killing in Nova Scotia possibly triggered by assault on girlfriend: RCMP
Online vigil shares music, messages of support in memory of N.S. victims

Online vigil shares music, messages of support in memory of N.S. victims

Online vigil shares music, messages of support in memory of N.S. victims

Online vigil shares music, messages of support in memory of N.S. victims
A couple that lives in the Northridge residences stand outside for a moment of silence to honour the victims of the N.S. shootinga. Photo by Shaela Dansereau.

Northridge Wetaskiwin residents take a moment of silence to honour the victims of the N.S. shootings

April 20, 2020 Northridge Wetaskiwin residents wear red and stand for two minutes of silence at 11 a.m.

A couple that lives in the Northridge residences stand outside for a moment of silence to honour the victims of the N.S. shootinga. Photo by Shaela Dansereau.
The massing killings in Nova Scotia may have started with a domestic dispute, in an April 24, 2020 story. (Photo by THE CANADIAN PRESS)
The massing killings in Nova Scotia may have started with a domestic dispute, in an April 24, 2020 story. (Photo by THE CANADIAN PRESS)
A woman pays her respects at a roadside memorial in Portapique, N.S. on Thursday, April 23, 2020. RCMP say at least 22 people are dead after a man who at one point wore a police uniform and drove a mock-up cruiser, went on a murder rampage in Portapique and several other Nova Scotia communities. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Andrew Vaughan

Police have ‘good idea’ gunman in N.S. mass shooting not licensed for weapons

Police have ‘good idea’ gunman in N.S. mass shooting not licensed for weapons

A woman pays her respects at a roadside memorial in Portapique, N.S. on Thursday, April 23, 2020. RCMP say at least 22 people are dead after a man who at one point wore a police uniform and drove a mock-up cruiser, went on a murder rampage in Portapique and several other Nova Scotia communities. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Andrew Vaughan
Workers with the medical examiner’s office remove a body from a gas station in Enfield, Nova Scotia, Sunday, April 19, 2020. Canadian police say multiple people are dead plus the suspect after a shooting rampage across the province of Nova Scotia. It was the deadliest shooting in Canada in 30 years. (Andrew Vaughan/The Canadian Press via AP)
Workers with the medical examiner’s office remove a body from a gas station in Enfield, Nova Scotia, Sunday, April 19, 2020. Canadian police say multiple people are dead plus the suspect after a shooting rampage across the province of Nova Scotia. It was the deadliest shooting in Canada in 30 years. (Andrew Vaughan/The Canadian Press via AP)
Nova Scotia RMCP chief defends ‘dynamic and fluid’ response to massacre

Nova Scotia RMCP chief defends ‘dynamic and fluid’ response to massacre

Nova Scotia RMCP chief defends ‘dynamic and fluid’ response to massacre

Nova Scotia RMCP chief defends ‘dynamic and fluid’ response to massacre
Nova Scotia mass killing investigation monumental logistical task: ex-Mountie

Nova Scotia mass killing investigation monumental logistical task: ex-Mountie

Nova Scotia mass killing investigation monumental logistical task: ex-Mountie

Nova Scotia mass killing investigation monumental logistical task: ex-Mountie

A look at some of the lives lost in Nova Scotia mass shooting

A look at some of the lives lost in Nova Scotia mass shooting

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks during his daily press conference on COVID-19, in front of his residence at Rideau Cottage in Ottawa, on Sunday, April 19, 2020. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Justin Tang

Ban on assault-style guns top of mind for Trudeau, as Canada mourns Nova Scotia victims

At least 18 people were killed when a shooter opened fire in multiple communities

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks during his daily press conference on COVID-19, in front of his residence at Rideau Cottage in Ottawa, on Sunday, April 19, 2020. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Justin Tang