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N.S. Mountie faces questions over redacted warrants in mass killing case

N.S. Mountie faces questions over redacted warrants in mass killing case

Search warrants are supposed to be made public after they have been executed, with some exceptions
Bedford student awarded Ted Rogers Scholarship <b>(3 photos)</b>

Bedford student awarded Ted Rogers Scholarship (3 photos)

Autumn Sweeney is a recent graduate of Charles P. Allen High School's International Baccalaureate Program
Nova Scotians urged to follow burn restrictions as dry conditions continue

Nova Scotians urged to follow burn restrictions as dry conditions continue

'We are getting into a critical stage here,' says manager of forest protection, Scott Tingley
RCMP issue warning about another phone scam

RCMP issue warning about another phone scam

The fraudster says the person will be arrested if their personal information is not provided
Several overnight thefts from vehicles reported to RCMP

Several overnight thefts from vehicles reported to RCMP

Mounties say many of the victims' vehicles had been left unlocked
Halifax Transit to resume regular bus schedules Aug. 31

Halifax Transit to resume regular bus schedules Aug. 31

Ferry service will be increased as of Tuesday, Sept. 8
Mother calls for strict sentence in son's 2016 death in Halifax jail cell

Mother calls for strict sentence in son's 2016 death in Halifax jail cell

A medical examiner determined Corey Rogers, who was intoxicated, died of suffocation while lying in the cell with the spit hood covering his mouth as he appeared to be vomiting
After two years of fundraising, Bus Stop Theatre purchases building

After two years of fundraising, Bus Stop Theatre purchases building

'What we didn't imagine was that we would end the campaign in the context of a pandemic,' says the cooperative's Sébastien Labelle
No new COVID-19 cases for tenth straight day

No new COVID-19 cases for tenth straight day

As of today, Aug. 12, Nova Scotia has no active cases of COVID-19
Halifax police charge driver with stunting after clocking vehicle going over 87 km/h speed limit

Halifax police charge driver with stunting after clocking vehicle going over 87 km/h speed limit

The officer clocked the driver going 137 km/h in a 50 zone
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