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This father and son traveled through rough seas to keep a family fishing tradition alive

Bangor Daily News 14 Jun 2021
Eventually, the pair were steaming out of Woods Harbor, Nova Scotia, on their way to Portland on April 7, aboard a 44-foot fishing boat that had seen better days since it first hit the water, 42 years earlier ... Credit ... Then, 31 hours after leaving Nova Scotia, their boat cruised by Portland Head Light and into the harbor on April 8 ... Credit ... Credit.
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Bangor’s startup transformation / Police body cameras / Moose lottery results

Bangor Daily News 14 Jun 2021
Today is Monday. Temperatures will rise to the high 60s along the coast and low 70s inland, with rain throughout the state in the late afternoon. Here’s what we’re talking about in Maine today ... Gov ... Credit. Linda Coan O'Kresik / BDN ... Credit ... Credit ... They steamed the vessel across the Gulf of Maine from Nova Scotia in April. Credit ... Credit.
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What’s happening with Scotiabank?

The Gleaner 09 Jun 2021
THE EDITOR, Madam. Scotiabank Jamaica recently announced an upgrade to its credit card system. The result, for me, has been a severe downgrade in services. My credit card was due to expire at the end of May 2021. Without telling me, Scotia... .
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Members to vote after 3 Nova Scotia credit unions propose merger

CBC 26 May 2021
East Coast Credit Union, Teachers Plus Credit Union and Valley Credit Union have proposed a merger, which will be decided by a vote of their members next month ... .
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Kenduskeag Stream water level at near-record low ahead of annual canoe race

Bangor Daily News 15 Apr 2021
“Even with low water, everybody is so appreciative that we’re holding the race this year,” Gendreau said ... A new view ... Credit ... In fact, MacLean has 15 overall titles to his credit. But the perennial champ hails from Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, and since the border is closed due to the pandemic, he won’t be competing this year. No Zip.
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Michigan-based university offers its first cannabis scholarships

Toronto Sun 09 Apr 2021
The first U.S. university to offer a cannabis chemistry program is now providing its first scholarships for the program ... Marie, Mich. We apologize, but this video has failed to load. Try refreshing your browser, or ... Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia are eligible to work with THC Dispensaries Canada Inc., a licenced producer, for course credit ... .
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Can your credit score affect your car insurance rate in Canada?

Toronto Sun 08 Apr 2021
You’re finally on the road in your revamped vintage Bronco, but if your credit is poor, you could be leaking money as you go ... Ordinarily, your credit score is used to show lenders that you can be trusted to make your monthly payments ... Which provinces allow credit checks? ... It’s against the law for auto insurance companies to use your credit score.
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Warm-hearted rescuers brave frigid N.S. lake for stranded dog

CTV 17 Mar 2021
Two Nova Scotia men are credited with saving a stray dog stranded on a partially frozen lake in Digby County Sunday and now the dog is looking for its home ... .
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Saturday operations for select tax offices

Jamaica Star 11 Mar 2021
Montego Bay. Mandeville. St. Andrew. Savanna-La-Mar. St. Ann’s Bay ... Additionally, payments can be made via the Tax Authority’s website www.jamaicatax.gov.jm using a credit card or other banking card with credit card features, using the Bank of Nova Scotia’s automatic direct deposit via TAJ’s website or via the new Direct Funds Transfer process ... .
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Do you measure up to the average credit score in your city?

Toronto Sun 04 Mar 2021
The average Canadian’s credit score is on the rise, but it’s still not good enough to nab a top-tier interest rate or pass the government’s new test for homebuyers ... The popular credit-monitoring service Borrowell says its Canadian members averaged a credit score of 648 in 2019, up from 644 the year before ... Yellowknife’s average credit score is 637.
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Letters to the Editor Saturday, Feb. 27

The Daily Gazette 27 Feb 2021
PHOTOGRAPHER. Gazette Editorial Board. Charmed by a mistake in the Sports section. You inadvertently put a large smile on the face of this old man when you had a mistake in your Feb. 22 Sports section ... It brought back a flood of happy memories. Alan Hart ... Perhaps we give tax credit to small businesses that move to $15-per-hour wages ... Scotia ... The Feb ... Scotia.
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Canada mass shooting / Well water bacteria / Susan Collins censure

Bangor Daily News 18 Feb 2021
In this April 26, 2020, file photo, people pay their respects at a roadside memorial in Portapique, Nova Scotia. A man went on a murder rampage in Portapique and several other Nova Scotia communities killing 22 people. Credit ... Credit ... Credit ... 1950s.” Credit ... Credit ... Credit ... Credit.
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