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Long trial expected for former hospital CEO on fraud, breach of trust charges

Long trial expected for former hospital CEO on fraud, breach of trust charges

Tracy Kitch's lawyer, Joel Pink, says the date for a three- to four-week trial will be set on July 2
Mooseheads donate $172,000 to Hockey Nova Scotia

Mooseheads donate $172,000 to Hockey Nova Scotia

The money was raised in 50/50 draws through a sponsorship with Nova Scotia Power
Committee of the Whole to review Centre Plan report

Committee of the Whole to review Centre Plan report

The Centre Plan - the project to update, unify, and modernize HRM development rules - has been in the works for about a decade
Sackville-Cobequid voters go to the polls for by-election

Sackville-Cobequid voters go to the polls for by-election

Five candidates are vying for the vacant Sackville-Cobequid seat in the Nova Scotia Legislature in Tuesday's by-election
Good morning, Halifax!

Good morning, Halifax!

Sunny skies today
Marathon fight for ferry information shows flaws in N.S. access law: Tories

Marathon fight for ferry information shows flaws in N.S. access law: Tories

Tim Houston was reacting to news it will be next March before his case is heard
Masked man wearing neon vest sprays employees with irritant during robbery : RCMP

Masked man wearing neon vest sprays employees with irritant during robbery : RCMP

It happened Sunday at around 7:30 a.m. on Sackville Drive in the area of Riverside Drive
Lecture to address importance of quitting smoking after cancer diagnosis

Lecture to address importance of quitting smoking after cancer diagnosis

Dr. Graham Warren's presentation starts at 6 p.m.
Petition calling for ban on street checks presented to board of police commissioners

Petition calling for ban on street checks presented to board of police commissioners

Nancy Hunter with the Coalition to Ban Street Checks says she's confident the practice will eventually be banned
Remove bird feeders to battle spread of deadly parasite, bird society urges

Remove bird feeders to battle spread of deadly parasite, bird society urges

The fatal disease is caused by a tiny parasite being transmitted from bird to bird through moist bird seed, wet areas and in bird baths
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