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Nova Scotia judge briefly extends creditor protection for Quadriga exchange

Nova Scotia judge briefly extends creditor protection for Quadriga exchange

QuadrigaCX shut down in January amid of swirl of controversy after its lone director — 30-year-old Gerald Cotten of Fall River — died suddenly
Health Department encourages tick checks

Health Department encourages tick checks

Blacklegged ticks are smaller than dog or wood ticks and have no white markings on the large part of their bodies
UPDATED Man wanted on province wide warrant arrested following public tip

UPDATED Man wanted on province wide warrant arrested following public tip

In October, RCMP say they received a complaint that Brandon Little committed sexual assaults against young children
What's open and what's closed over the Easter long weekend

What's open and what's closed over the Easter long weekend

Here's a look at what will be open and closed over the long weekend
More members of Barho family expected to arrive in Halifax this week

More members of Barho family expected to arrive in Halifax this week

Father remains in hospital after February's deadly Spryfield fire killed all seven Barho children
Street check moratorium a 'good first step': NSGEU president

Street check moratorium a 'good first step': NSGEU president

A report released last month provided data showing black Nova Scotians in Halifax were six times more likely to be stopped by police than whites
Tickets on sale as Mooseheads get set to face Voltigeurs

Tickets on sale as Mooseheads get set to face Voltigeurs

Mooseheads expecting a challenge in round three of the QMJHL playoffs
Gas prices expected to continue to rise this week in Nova Scotia

Gas prices expected to continue to rise this week in Nova Scotia

Our newsroom is predicting that when regulated prices are reset at midnight, they will rise by about two cents per litre
Good morning, Halifax!

Good morning, Halifax!

Beautiful sunny skies with a high of 10C.
Nova Scotia set to unveil future plans for provincial art gallery

Nova Scotia set to unveil future plans for provincial art gallery

Premier Stephen McNeil and federal cabinet minister Bernadette Jordan will unveil plans in an event at the Halifax gallery with its CEO and director, Nancy Noble
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