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Man charged, drugs seized after Wolfville traffic stop

Man charged, drugs seized after Wolfville traffic stop

Police say they found crack cocaine and marijuana after pulling over a vehicle going the wrong way down a one-way street
Police seek tips on anniversary of Terrance Izzard murder

Police seek tips on anniversary of Terrance Izzard murder

Halifax Regional Police were called to Cragg Avenue where officers found Izzard with lying in front of a residence with life-threatening gunshot wounds
Waye Mason named deputy mayor

Waye Mason named deputy mayor

The Halifax South Downtown councillor takes over the 12 month position from Steve Craig
Conference hopes to clear smoke on legal cannabis issues in the workplace

Conference hopes to clear smoke on legal cannabis issues in the workplace

More than 100 organizations are attending a conference in Halifax to flag potential issues and come up with possible solutions
Acadia University faculty issue strike deadline

Acadia University faculty issue strike deadline

The Acadia University Faculty Association represents 331 full-time and part-time professors, librarians, archivists, and instructors
RCMP offer recommendations to keep cottages safe over the winter

RCMP offer recommendations to keep cottages safe over the winter

Mounties say they get more than 300 reports of break-ins at seasonal properties, and thieves are usually attracted to items they can easily carry and sell
The Sheepdogs coming to Halifax

The Sheepdogs coming to Halifax

The Saskatoon rockers will be performing at the Marquee Ballroom in March
Atlantic University Sport stands by game cancellation as teams prepare for Loney Bowl kickoff

Atlantic University Sport stands by game cancellation as teams prepare for Loney Bowl kickoff

'We still don't have any answers around the eligibility question,' said executive director Phil Currie, who plans on going to the game
Number of homeless veterans on the rise, according to government

Number of homeless veterans on the rise, according to government

The number of homeless Canadian veterans on the government's radar is growing each year, according to Veterans Affairs. As of September, over 770 homeless veterans were in the government's database.
Family of murdered Halifax man searching for answers

Family of murdered Halifax man searching for answers

The 20-year-old was found in medical distress in a Clayton Park apartment building on Sept. 17, and he passed away in hospital. His death was ruled a homicide
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