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Significant increase to the price for gas this week

Significant increase to the price for gas this week

The provincial regulator used its weekly adjustment to raise the minimum price for self serve regular by 4.6 cents to 110.5
Why do more than half of Canadians not have paid sick days?

Why do more than half of Canadians not have paid sick days?

We're now 10 months into a global pandemic and solidly into its second wave. And across the country, many workers are still not staying home when they're sick—because they simply can't afford to.
Good morning, Halifax!

Good morning, Halifax!

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Status of Halifax’s 2021 cruise ship season still uncertain

Status of Halifax’s 2021 cruise ship season still uncertain

'It is possible we will not see any cruise ships here in Halifax for a second year in a row,' said Port of Halifax spokesperson Lane Farguson
HRM advises of trail construction at First Lake Regional Park

HRM advises of trail construction at First Lake Regional Park

Trail construction will take place between 130 Johnson Crescent and 147 Chandler Drive from Friday, Jan. 15 until Wednesday, March 31
Six new COVID-19 cases announced Thursday

Six new COVID-19 cases announced Thursday

One is a student at Dalhousie University who lives off campus
New platform to streamline contact tracing at bars and restaurants

New platform to streamline contact tracing at bars and restaurants

Dine-in and licensed establishments are required to collect the date and time of visit, name and phone number of all patrons
Police issue 26 speeding tickets and one stunting ticket within a couple hours

Police issue 26 speeding tickets and one stunting ticket within a couple hours

It happened as officers were monitoring traffic on Highway 102 approaching Bayers Rd.
William Lahey reappointed to second 5 year term as University of King’s College president

William Lahey reappointed to second 5 year term as University of King’s College president

Lahey became the 25th President and Vice-Chancellor in 2016
As workplace infections rise, employers grapple with 'ambiguous' mask rules

As workplace infections rise, employers grapple with 'ambiguous' mask rules

In Nova Scotia, for example, the provincial mask requirement only applies to spaces the public has access to — not private spaces
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