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Two people fell into the water in Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia, on Monday, leaving one man dead and another with life-threatening injuries.

According to Nova Scotia RCMP, the two men fell into the water at around 8:30 p.m. on April 11, and a rescue effort was conducted by first responders.

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Get ready because yet another "weather bomb" could be on the way for some parts of Canada and that could mean blizzard conditions for some places!

The Weather Network said it's possible that a strong nor'easter will move up the East Coast of the U.S. and then bring "significant winter weather" to Atlantic Canada on Friday, January 14 and Saturday, January 15.

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The storm moving through Atlantic Canada has been classified as a "weather bomb" and the photos show just how powerful the system was.

The Weather Network has revealed that the nor'easter has hit Nova Scotia and parts of Southern New Brunswick the hardest, with the biggest impacts from snowfall during the storm on January 7 and January 8.

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It's about to get pretty messy as a "weather bomb" could be heading for Canada and bringing possible blizzard conditions to a bunch of provinces.

According to a new forecast from The Weather Network, there could be heavy snow, high winds and blizzard conditions in Atlantic Canada from Friday, January 7, through Saturday, January 8, thanks to a "nor'easter" system.

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There's a huge 13-foot great white shark swimming around Canadian waters right now, and you can track his journey as he moves through the Atlantic Ocean.

Shark research organization Ocearch shared on Twitter that Mahone, the largest male shark they've ever tagged in Canada, is swimming around in the Gulf of St. Lawrence near the Magdalen Islands.

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There must be something in the water on the east coast because a lot of great white sharks are in Nova Scotia right now and some of them are so huge!

Ocearch, a non-profit shark research organization, is on an expedition in the waters off Nova Scotia until September 30 to learn more about the sharks that spend their summers and falls in Canadian waters.

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A huge great white shark is in Nova Scotia's waters and you can follow along with his journey through the ocean.

Ocearch, a non-profit organization that researches sharks, recently tweeted that the humongous shark named Ironbound had made his way to Nova Scotia. He was pinged just off the coast of Lockeport on the province's southern coast on July 13.

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On Monday, June 14, The Weather Network noted that a new "tropical depression" has formed off the coast of North Carolina.

"It could strengthen into a tropical storm as it moves away from land," said the Network. "The system's remnants could send tropical moisture to Atlantic Canada on Wednesday."

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The Nova Scotia government is investigating a lake after a Halifax drinking water advisory was issued late on Wednesday, June 9.

The advisory warned residents that an "unknown issue" with the water in Grand Lake — half an hour north of Halifax — has sent one citizen to hospital and caused several animals to die.

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Premier Iain Rankin and Dr. Robert Strang, Nova Scotia's chief medical officer of health, announced on Friday, May 28, that Nova Scotia's reopening plan will be kicking off on June 2. Rankin also detailed each phase of the five-step plan.

Phase 1 is ready to move ahead because the target has been reached of having 50% of the population receive their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.

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A local Halifax restaurant had a completely unexpected run-in with the Halifax Regional Police Thursday morning.

It was all over a mannequin posed at one of the tables at the Ardmore Tea Room that was accidentally mistaken for a person illegally dining indoors, which prompted someone to call the cops.

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Nova Scotia's COVID-19 fines have been ramped up following a huge party in Halifax that began on Friday night.

Just hours after a new lockdown was announced for the Halifax Regional Municipality and some surrounding areas, police responded to reports of a large social gathering on Jubilee Road on Saturday morning at around 1 a.m.

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