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Remember This? Napoleonic War Prison on Dartmouth’s Newcastle Street

Remember This? Napoleonic War Prison on Dartmouth’s Newcastle Street

Today's 59 Newcastle Street is the former location of a wooden building that served, from approximately 1793 to 1805, as a prison for French PoWs. 
First cruise ship of 2018 scheduled to arrive Sunday

First cruise ship of 2018 scheduled to arrive Sunday

The MS Fram, a Hurtigruten vessel, is expected to dock at noon
Stars On Ice gliding into Halifax

Stars On Ice gliding into Halifax

The show will hit the Scotiabank Centre on Friday, April 27
Critch keeps tradition with ComedyFest

Critch keeps tradition with ComedyFest

Ha!ifax ComedyFest runs from April 25 until April 28
LISTEN: Universal pharmacare program would deliver 'better health care at a lower cost' says Nova Scotia MP

LISTEN: Universal pharmacare program would deliver 'better health care at a lower cost' says Nova Scotia MP

Bill Casey chaired a parlimentary committee that is recommending a universal single payer prescription drug coverage plan
Coming to council: Flyer regulations, Wanderers Grounds stadium and extending municipal water service

Coming to council: Flyer regulations, Wanderers Grounds stadium and extending municipal water service

Council is set to meet Tuesday to debate, among other things, an Environment Committee recommendation for a by-law regulating flyers.
Q&A: Councillor Tony Mancini on code of conduct workshop

Q&A: Councillor Tony Mancini on code of conduct workshop

The Union of Nova Scotia Municipalities hosted a meeting to discuss rules governing their conduct standards and possible sanctions for misbehaving
Project manager for Macdonald Bridge bike lane improvements to be hired soon

Project manager for Macdonald Bridge bike lane improvements to be hired soon

Construction on the 'flyover' ramp isn't expected to start until 2020
Stalk of plant at Halifax Public Gardens could reach 40 feet tall (3 photos)

Stalk of plant at Halifax Public Gardens could reach 40 feet tall (3 photos)

The Agave americana has started to bloom
Higher rates show health inequality exists says speaker at National Indigenous Diabetes Conference

Higher rates show health inequality exists says speaker at National Indigenous Diabetes Conference

The National Indigenous Diabetes Conference wrapped up Wednesday in Halifax
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