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Almost a year after legalization, pot advocates not giving up on private dispensaries

Almost a year after legalization, pot advocates not giving up on private dispensaries

This October will mark one year since marijuana was legalized across Canada.
Halifax street drugs test positive for fentanyl

Halifax street drugs test positive for fentanyl

Local advocates are warning Haligonians that recent tests indicate fentanyl is cut into pills marketed as ICE.
Rising tensions and tides over Minas Basin tidal turbine's uncertain fate

Rising tensions and tides over Minas Basin tidal turbine's uncertain fate

Earlier this month, Nova Scotia's Minister of Energy and Mines told reporters that the government doesn't know when they'll retrieve a defunct piece of equipment from the ocean floor
Good morning, Halifax!

Good morning, Halifax!

Mainly cloudy with possible drizzle in the morning
Blue lights to prevent drug use are the wrong approach: advocate

Blue lights to prevent drug use are the wrong approach: advocate

Some businesses and fast-food restaurants in Cape Breton are in the process of installing blue-tinted lights in their bathrooms
Nature Trust secures protection for 650 acres of Seal Island

Nature Trust secures protection for 650 acres of Seal Island

The Nova Scotia Nature Trust announced on Friday that no private development will occur on the island.
RCMP investigating fatal house fire in Pictou County

RCMP investigating fatal house fire in Pictou County

Police say they remain on scene of a fatal house fire that occurred yesterday in Willowdale, N.S.
Public invited to Office of Healing and Reparations inauguration

Public invited to Office of Healing and Reparations inauguration

Kickoff event Aug. 30 at Nova Scotia College of Art and Design
Canadian military updates policy on tattoos for its members

Canadian military updates policy on tattoos for its members

Last week, the Canadian Armed Forces issued an update to its current tattoo policy
Part of Gottingen Street closed for two weeks starting Monday

Part of Gottingen Street closed for two weeks starting Monday

The four blocks between Sullivan Street and Almon Street will be closed for paving
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