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Battling alien bugs and the remake of a Dustin Hoffman-Steve McQueen classic: This week’s best and biggest on Netflix

Battling alien bugs and the remake of a Dustin Hoffman-Steve McQueen classic: This week’s best and biggest on Netflix

Check out Jordan Parker's 'The week's best and biggest on Netflix' every Friday on HalifaxToday.ca.
Customers okay with single-use plastic bag ban

Customers okay with single-use plastic bag ban

Nova Scotia is the third province to enact a ban on plastic shopping bags and most consumers say they're just fine with that
Exposing your kids to a Halloween fright is healthy, under the right circumstances

Exposing your kids to a Halloween fright is healthy, under the right circumstances

Dr. Simon Sherry says how much of a scare your children can handle will depend on their brains
Cuba trips continue to be popular despite Strang's advice

Cuba trips continue to be popular despite Strang's advice

'After he did his press conference yesterday, our phones lit up like crazy and we got more bookings,' says Elayne Pink
Holocaust Education Week programs move online this year

Holocaust Education Week programs move online this year

In Nova Scotia, the 17th annual Holocaust Education Week runs Nov. 1 to 8
Fitness studio owner blends art and fitness in downtown Halifax

Fitness studio owner blends art and fitness in downtown Halifax

After a long journey of discovery, Christy Sanford celebrates InesS Studio’s 15th anniversary
HRM's new parking payment system getting mixed reviews

HRM's new parking payment system getting mixed reviews

The new system launched about two and a half weeks ago after Halifax Regional Municipality replaced parking meters with pay stations
Stunting charge should come with longer licence suspension : advocate

Stunting charge should come with longer licence suspension : advocate

In the last week alone, at least 6 drivers have been charged with stunting by Halifax Regional Police
Seafarers facing worsening conditions during pandemic, according to local non-profit

Seafarers facing worsening conditions during pandemic, according to local non-profit

Mission to Seafarers Halifax says many of those working in the marine shipping sector are facing extended contracts, low provisions, and limited communication with family
Port of Halifax expects the cruise industry to have a slow return

Port of Halifax expects the cruise industry to have a slow return

The Halifax Port Authority says it was expecting more than 200 cruise ships this season, but it hasn't had any because of COVID-19
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