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NSCC tuition to increase by $100 per year for three years

NSCC tuition to increase by $100 per year for three years

Tuition is going up three per cent per year for the next three years
What's Up at The Cup: Wednesday May 22nd

What's Up at The Cup: Wednesday May 22nd

The Mooseheads and Huskies are going head to head tonight in the final game of the round robin portion of the 101st Memorial Cup
Good morning, Halifax!

Good morning, Halifax!

Cloudy today with a chance of showers and windy.
Guelph Storm gets its mojo back and sends Prince Albert packing <b>(7 photos)</b>

Guelph Storm gets its mojo back and sends Prince Albert packing (7 photos)

Guelph dominates 'gassed' Raiders to finish round robin portion of Memorial Cup at 2-1 and advance to either semifinal or final
Desmond fatality inquiry begins in Nova Scotia two years after suicide, murders

Desmond fatality inquiry begins in Nova Scotia two years after suicide, murders

More than two years after former Canadian soldier Lionel Desmond killed his mother, wife and daughter before taking his own life, a provincial fatality inquiry got underway Tuesday in Guysborough, N.S.
City councillor wants to pull plug on budget for Cornwallis task force

City councillor wants to pull plug on budget for Cornwallis task force

Outspoken HRM councillor Matt Whitman says the committee is unnecessarily eating up taxpayer dollars
Halifax early childhood educator wins Prime Minister's Award for Excellence

Halifax early childhood educator wins Prime Minister's Award for Excellence

Jessica Landry is the only Nova Scotian winner of the Certificate of Achievement award, which was announced by Prime Minister Trudeau this morning
Advocacy group concerned about culling of trees in Point Pleasant

Advocacy group concerned about culling of trees in Point Pleasant

The Friends of Point Pleasant Park group wants more information on the proposed cull of 80,000 non-native trees in the park
Deported dangerous offender argues charge that would keep him in U.S. jail too old

Deported dangerous offender argues charge that would keep him in U.S. jail too old

A sexual predator released and deported after a controversial Parole Board of Canada decision is now arguing several charges against him should be dropped because of the passage of time
Dartmouth recycling company receives $500,000 innovation rebate

Dartmouth recycling company receives $500,000 innovation rebate

Nova Scotia Business Inc. approved a business development initiative for Dartmouth Metals and Bottle Ltd
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