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RCMP looking for suspicious vehicle in Lower Sackville <b>(Updated)</b>

RCMP looking for suspicious vehicle in Lower Sackville (Updated)

Police say a white Volkswagen Jetta with no plate has been seen several times in Lower Sackville this past week
Nova Scotians wait an average of 33 weeks for referral appointments

Nova Scotians wait an average of 33 weeks for referral appointments

Nova Scotia, at 33.3 weeks, is significantly higher than the national average of 20.9 weeks to wait for a specialist appointment after referral from a general practitioner
LISTEN: Food banks, antibiotic-resistance and sex offenders on dating apps on The Big Story Podcast

LISTEN: Food banks, antibiotic-resistance and sex offenders on dating apps on The Big Story Podcast

The Big Story Podcast takes an in-depth look at the issues, culture and personalities shaping Canada and the world today
Good morning, Halifax!

Good morning, Halifax!

Rain ending in the morning, cloudy and windy.
Sea Dogs top Mooseheads 4-2

Sea Dogs top Mooseheads 4-2

Nicolas Guay scored twice to lead Saint John to victory
Expert and town councils ask for clear-cutting ban on South Shore

Expert and town councils ask for clear-cutting ban on South Shore

Bob Bancroft is a wildlife biologist and is one of the original residents who brought the issue to council's attention
UPDATE: 19-year old man facing firearms charges after incident in Dartmouth

UPDATE: 19-year old man facing firearms charges after incident in Dartmouth

Police are not releasing much information related to the incident near Highfield Park.
Solar power in N.S. is cheaper and more widespread than ever

Solar power in N.S. is cheaper and more widespread than ever

The cost of solar power has fallen 86 per cent since 2009 and continues to drop
Nova Scotia politicians' travel expenses justified: business professor

Nova Scotia politicians' travel expenses justified: business professor

Earlier this week it was reported that Nova Scotian cabinet ministers and Premier Stephen McNeil have spent over $204,000 on international travel since January 2018
Raising awareness of Iraqi protests through art

Raising awareness of Iraqi protests through art

The Halifax Iraqi community is coming together on Saturday to hold Art for Peace, an exhibition of international art at the Canada Games Centre
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