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Remparts hand Mooseheads first regular season loss in 6-2 win

Remparts hand Mooseheads first regular season loss in 6-2 win

QUEBEC CITY, QC. - The Halifax Mooseheads suffered their first loss of the 2018-19 regular season as the Quebec Remparts topped the Herd 5-2 Wednesday night at Centre Videotron.
New physician recruitment website launched by Nova Scotia Health Authority

New physician recruitment website launched by Nova Scotia Health Authority

Health Minister Randy Delorey says a key element of recruiting health care providers is showing what our communities have to offer
William Valentine tribute should be included in Cogswell redevelopment says photographer

William Valentine tribute should be included in Cogswell redevelopment says photographer

By the 1830s and 1840s William Valentine had earned the reputation of being one of the best portrait artists of that time period
Organic Earth Market a holistic alternative to the local supermarket

Organic Earth Market a holistic alternative to the local supermarket

'You look on the label and you see those words you can’t pronounce—we don’t have those words,' said general manager Tracy Nauss
Upper Water Street reopens

Upper Water Street reopens

Halifax is under a rainfall warning Wednesday
New virtual reality program allows Northwood residents to 'visit' Nova Scotia landmarks (4 photos)

New virtual reality program allows Northwood residents to 'visit' Nova Scotia landmarks (4 photos)

Northwood has plans to partner with researchers and entrepreneurs to learn how virtual reality and 360 videos can improve the lives of older adults and those living with cognitive and physical challenges
Find ways for people to try before they buy electric and hybrid cars says energy researcher

Find ways for people to try before they buy electric and hybrid cars says energy researcher

A recent survey by Angus Reid showed only 16 per cent of Atlantic Canadians have ever driven an electric or hybrid vehicle
Loblaw recalls chicken fries for possible salmonella after four people become ill

Loblaw recalls chicken fries for possible salmonella after four people become ill

The four cases reported in Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec did not require hospitalization or cause death
Good morning, Halifax!

Good morning, Halifax!

30 to 40 mm of rain, at times heavy, is expected today
COUNCIL RECAP: Campaign limits pass first-reading, Crosby debate deferred, overdose prevention impacts

COUNCIL RECAP: Campaign limits pass first-reading, Crosby debate deferred, overdose prevention impacts

Council has passed first-reading of its new campaign finance by-law that sets $30,000 and $300,000 as spending limits for council and mayoral candidates respectively
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