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Halifax Regional Police to skip Pride parade for second year in a row

Halifax Regional Police to skip Pride parade for second year in a row

'We will not be registering to march in the parade this year,' Const. Carol McIsaac told HalifaxToday.ca in an email
Scotiabank Centre closure means bigger acts skipping Halifax this summer

Scotiabank Centre closure means bigger acts skipping Halifax this summer

Cole McLean with the Atlantic Canada Rocks website said the closure is giving other cities in the Maritimes the opportunity to step up and fill the entertainment void
Mystery solved: Cornwallis Statue being stored in Burnside (3 photos)

Mystery solved: Cornwallis Statue being stored in Burnside (3 photos)

News 95.7 has learned the statue of Halifax’s controversial founder remains in storage on Turner Drive.
Midweek Mugging: The Flower Shop

Midweek Mugging: The Flower Shop

Charlotte Pierce and her team provide floral arrangements for corporate events and weddings, while also catering to those who come in to find plants for their homes
Transparency talk to be held in Halifax as part of Open Government Week

Transparency talk to be held in Halifax as part of Open Government Week

Michael Karanicolas will be discussing the state of government transparency at an event Thursday
Protesters want municipality to address racism in the workplace

Protesters want municipality to address racism in the workplace

Activist Raymond Sheppard said African Nova Scotian municipal workers are being passed over for promotions and have to endure racial slurs
Theory of a Deadman bring social conscience to Halifax

Theory of a Deadman bring social conscience to Halifax

Hard rockers Theory of a Deadman have come a long way from singing about bad girlfriends
Residents want help fighting invasive species in Little Albro Lake

Residents want help fighting invasive species in Little Albro Lake

Gerry Pring says he's fighting a 'never ending battle' against yellow floating heart
Crews battle large blaze in Halifax's south end (6 photos)

Crews battle large blaze in Halifax's south end (6 photos)

The fire started at a mutli-unit residential complex on Inglis St. around 2:30 a.m.
Steven Page to speak about mental illness in Halifax Tuesday

Steven Page to speak about mental illness in Halifax Tuesday

The former frontman for the Barenaked Ladies will be delivering the keynote address at the Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia's 'Let's Keep Talking' event
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