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Waterfront Sea Bridge shuts down for winter

Waterfront Sea Bridge shuts down for winter

Waterfront Development says winter weather will create unpredictable conditions, so they've closed the floating dock for the season
Christmas tree shortage south of border benefiting Nova Scotia growers

Christmas tree shortage south of border benefiting Nova Scotia growers

The 2007 recession is being blamed for a Christmas tree shortage in the United States
Parents ask for more flexibility in school busing eligibility, say their children's walk to school is too dangerous

Parents ask for more flexibility in school busing eligibility, say their children's walk to school is too dangerous

Both Colleen Hollohan and Mark Branscombe live just shy of the busing eligibility cutoff and their children have to cross busy streets to get to school
Former IWK CEO scheduled to be honoured at most powerful women gala in Toronto

Former IWK CEO scheduled to be honoured at most powerful women gala in Toronto

Kitch resigned in August after an independent audit found she expensed roughly $47,000 in personal charges to the hospital
On the 'Need A Family Practice' registry? Expect a call from the Nova Scotia Health Authority

On the 'Need A Family Practice' registry? Expect a call from the Nova Scotia Health Authority

The Nova Scotia Health Authority says they've starting making automated calls to everyone on the province's family physician wait-list
It's safe to put out bird feeders says Nova Scotia Bird Society

It's safe to put out bird feeders says Nova Scotia Bird Society

Dave Currie said the threat of a parasite that had been killing birds earlier this year has passed now that the cold weather has arrived
Retired veterinarian wants Nova Scotia to be first province to ban cat declawing

Retired veterinarian wants Nova Scotia to be first province to ban cat declawing

'If your furniture is more important than your cat, then you shouldn't have a cat,' says Dr. Hugh Chisholm
Chair of police commissioners board says look into street checks should have come sooner

Chair of police commissioners board says look into street checks should have come sooner

The Board of Police Commissioners was updated on the street check investigation at it's meeting Monday, and chair of the board says although he is pleased with the investigation's progress, it is long overdue.
Halifax police budget could go up over 10 per cent next year

Halifax police budget could go up over 10 per cent next year

Proposed budget still needs approval from Board of Police Commissioners and Regional Council
Stormy winter expected for Nova Scotia says The Weather Network

Stormy winter expected for Nova Scotia says The Weather Network

Above normal precipitation and above normal temperatures expected for Atlantic Canada
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