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CFL commissioner in Halifax as football boosters work on bid for Atlantic team

CFL commissioner in Halifax as football boosters work on bid for Atlantic team

Randy Ambrosie issued a news release noting the league has made Halifax the sole non-franchise city on his national tour
Former Nova Scotia teacher who sexually abused students loses appeal

Former Nova Scotia teacher who sexually abused students loses appeal

Amy Hood of Stellarton was found guilty in April 2016 of sexual touching, sexual exploitation and luring minors for a sexual purpose
Downtown Halifax Plan sees slight changes to density bonus, urban agriculture

Downtown Halifax Plan sees slight changes to density bonus, urban agriculture

The municipality's Planning and Development team hosted an open house on Feb. 22 to update members of the community on the status of the Downtown Halifax Plan
RCMP warn of scam after woman defrauded of nearly $10,000

RCMP warn of scam after woman defrauded of nearly $10,000

Mounties say the woman was told she had won a big cash prize, and in order to claim the money, she had to pay the fees and taxes
Study reveals fishing's startling global footprint: 'It totally blows me away'

Study reveals fishing's startling global footprint: 'It totally blows me away'

Global fishing efforts are so wide ranging that fleets covered more than 460 million kilometres in 2016 — a distance equal to going to the moon and back 600 times
Nova Scotia's Brad Farquhar prepares for his first Iditarod

Nova Scotia's Brad Farquhar prepares for his first Iditarod

The annual 1,600 kilometre Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race from Willow to Nome, Alaska starts on March 3rd
Nova Scotia moves to ease entry for internationally trained doctors

Nova Scotia moves to ease entry for internationally trained doctors

The Nova Scotia government says it's hoping to reduce immigration paperwork for internationally trained doctors who already have a job offer
First Nations group wins lucrative clam fishery, breaks up Clearwater monopoly

First Nations group wins lucrative clam fishery, breaks up Clearwater monopoly

Fisheries Minister Dominic LeBlanc says granting the lucrative offshore licence to Five Nations Clam Co. will boost Indigenous participation in the industry and spread economic and social benefits across eastern Canada
Fire marshal releases cause of fatal Pubnico Head fire that killed four children

Fire marshal releases cause of fatal Pubnico Head fire that killed four children

Nova Scotia's fire marshal says heat from a wood stove caused a fire last month that claimed the lives of four children in rural Pubnico Head
Councillor to ask for report on Halifax Transit Wi-Fi

Councillor to ask for report on Halifax Transit Wi-Fi

Cole Harbour - Westphal councillor Lorelei Nicoll plans to request a staff report at Thursday's Transportation Standing Committee
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