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Nova Scotia MLA not surprised about harassment allegations against Canadian politicians

Nova Scotia MLA not surprised about harassment allegations against Canadian politicians

The comment comes after former PC leader Jamie Baillie was forced out by his caucus following accusations
Police warn of calls from scammer claiming to be from a courier service

Police warn of calls from scammer claiming to be from a courier service

Police say you should question any calls or emails asking for money
IWK says no new norovirus cases after small outbreak Thursday

IWK says no new norovirus cases after small outbreak Thursday

Staff are monitoring patients to identify any new norovirus cases, but a hospital spokesperson said there have been none reported since Thursday morning
Halifax Regional Police continue to investigate 30-year-old murder

Halifax Regional Police continue to investigate 30-year-old murder

Derek Alan Lowe was found unresponsive on a pathway at the Maybank Sports Fields on the morning of January 28, 1988
Nova Scotia Power warns of text message scam

Nova Scotia Power warns of text message scam

The utility says the scam message states there is an 'Interac refund' for the customer
Canada's oldest warship to get "extensive repairs"

Canada's oldest warship to get "extensive repairs"

The federal government is contributing up to $3.5 million for repairs to HMCS Sackville
Highway 102 reopens near Lacewood Drive (update)

Highway 102 reopens near Lacewood Drive (update)

Police say the highway is now reopened
Record-breaking year for the Port of Halifax

Record-breaking year for the Port of Halifax

New numbers show a record-breaking number of cargo and cruise ships graced the harbour last year
Jump at the pump: Gas prices rise across Nova Scotia

Jump at the pump: Gas prices rise across Nova Scotia

The provincial regulator using its weekly adjustment to raise the minimum price for regular self serve by 1.8 cents to 118.1.
Consistent policies needed to deal with violence against health care workers: NSHA officials

Consistent policies needed to deal with violence against health care workers: NSHA officials

Hospitals in Nova Scotia are dealing with rising rates of incidents of violence against health care workers and now policies are being brought in to deal with that.
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