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'New supreme court guidance on intimate images could have negative impact': law professor

'New supreme court guidance on intimate images could have negative impact': law professor

Wayne MacKay says he feels people could be less likely to come forward with the new supreme court guidance in place
Police officer charged with sex assault also volunteer fire chief in Lake Echo

Police officer charged with sex assault also volunteer fire chief in Lake Echo

An HRM Spokesperson confirmed Wednesday Cst. Pierre-Paul Cadieux is currently on leave from his position with Halifax Fire.
New planters in Downtown Dartmouth beautifying community: business commission

New planters in Downtown Dartmouth beautifying community: business commission

Inside the planters are are several varieties of plants like blueberries, strawberries, kale, herbs and several varieties of edible flowers
Remember This? The forgotten history of Geary Street Cemetery and the Dunn vault

Remember This? The forgotten history of Geary Street Cemetery and the Dunn vault

Geary Street Cemetery was opened around 1835 to replace the over-crowded earlier St. Peter's burial ground which was located near the former Tim Horton's on Ochterloney Street
'Education minister tampering with special services at schools': local advocacy group

'Education minister tampering with special services at schools': local advocacy group

The group says the move by the government amounts to union busting
Retired officer says most cops will not abuse power with new drunk driving laws

Retired officer says most cops will not abuse power with new drunk driving laws

Jim Hoskins says he believes most officers will not abuse their power with these new laws in place
Halifax council looks to 'dig deeper' into potential CFL plans after private meeting

Halifax council looks to 'dig deeper' into potential CFL plans after private meeting

Maritime Football Limited presented its plan to council last week behind closed doors
Current wages far below what Halifax families need to get by: study

Current wages far below what Halifax families need to get by: study

The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives says two people need to make at least $19 an hour for a family to get by comfortably
Ghost tour provides dose of Halifax history

Ghost tour provides dose of Halifax history

Ghost tours began in May, and run three days a week in Halifax, weather permitting
International Tattoo celebrating 40 years (2 photos)

International Tattoo celebrating 40 years (2 photos)

This year will feature a flair from just about every place on earth
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