Nova Scotia startup cracks the shell of traditional seafood industry
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The Guardian's Quick Question for Nov. 22, 2019
Every home in Nova Scotia should be tested for radon, says expert, as province adds more test kits
Nova Scotia adoptee welcomes consultation on opening up records
Charlottetown restaurant owner who was victim of costly scam wants customers, not charity
P.E.I. weather, travel updates for Friday, Nov. 22
Proposed downtown St. John's development like ‘knocking down Cabot Tower’: historian
Pro-government supporters attack Catholic church in Nicaragua as tensions flare
MANAGUA/MASAYA, Nicaragua (Reuters) - Supporters of Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega tried to storm a church on Thursday, with a priest saying they hit churchgoers, as tension ratchets up between Roman Catholics and the government in the Central ...
Trump wants Senate trial, expects Joe Biden to testify -White House
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump wants an impeachment trial to go forward in the U.S. Senate because he would receive due process there and he expects Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden would be among the witnesses, a White ...
Global shares inch up, but trade worries linger
By Sujata Rao and Tom Arnold LONDON (Reuters) - Global stocks inched up on Friday, lifted by China's renewed offer to work out a trade pact with Washington and despite signs that manufacturing in major eurozone economies was grinding to a halt. But ...
Greece to 'shut the door' to migrants not entitled to asylum, PM says
ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece said on Friday it was deploying more border guards to "shut the door" to migrants not entitled to stay, the latest sign of a hardening stance against asylum seekers since a new surge in the number of arrivals. Prime ...
Spain set for money laundering trial against uncle of Syria's Assad
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain is heading towards a money laundering trial against an uncle of Syrian president Bashar al-Assad, the High Court said on Friday, after an investigating judge finished his probe. The prosecuting office has ten days to comment ...
Industry groups urge White House to finish overhauling U.S. environmental review process
By Valerie Volcovici WASHINGTON (Reuters) - More than 30 industry groups on Friday called on the Trump administration to finish a regulatory overhaul that would make it easier to clear federal environmental approval for big infrastructure projects ...
California school shooting shines light on murky 'ghost gun' world
By Brad Brooks AUSTIN, Texas (Reuters) - "Ghost guns" like the one a 16-year-old boy used to kill two classmates and injure three others at a California high school last week are self-assembled, virtually untraceable - and completely legal. The Los ...
Explainer: California faces decade of 'unique' wildfire blackouts
By Andrew Hay (Reuters) - California utility PG&E; Corp has imposed 10 intentional blackouts this year to reduce risks its power infrastructure could spark wildfires and said they will continue for a decade. PG&E; initially said outages would happen ...
Factbox: Who governs Britain if no one wins the election outright?
By William James LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's parliamentary election is billed as a chance to decide what the country does next about Brexit, but the result of the Dec. 12 ballot may not be clear-cut, leaving parties scrambling to form alliances. ...
Putin hands awards to widows of men killed in mysterious military test
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin has handed top state awards to the widows of five scientists killed in an accident while testing what he called an advanced weapons system without equal in the world. The five men died on Aug. 8 in ...