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RCMP investigate second report of stolen construction equipment in a week

RCMP investigate second report of stolen construction equipment in a week

Police say over $100,000 in equipment was stolen from a construction site in Upper Sackville over the weekend
Municipality warns taxi users after unlicensed driver reportedly poses as cabbie

Municipality warns taxi users after unlicensed driver reportedly poses as cabbie

'People should always run through a safety checklist before getting into a cab,' says municipality spokesperson Brendan Elliott
<b>Adopt Me:</b> Simon and Salem

Adopt Me: Simon and Salem

HalifaxToday, in partnership with the Dartmouth SPCA, brings you a regular feature highlighting a special pet that is in need of adoption
Thirteen confirmed mumps cases in Halifax-area says Nova Scotia Health Authority

Thirteen confirmed mumps cases in Halifax-area says Nova Scotia Health Authority

Mumps is often spread through sharing drinks, food, utensils and cigarettes
RCMP recommend removing Christmas gifts from cars after break-in

RCMP recommend removing Christmas gifts from cars after break-in

Police say a car was broken into and Christmas gifts were stolen
New poll finds majority of Haligonians still oppose removing Cornwallis name

New poll finds majority of Haligonians still oppose removing Cornwallis name

Men and households with lower incomes more likely to be against removing the name of Edward Cornwallis from public property
Athabaskan should be turned into a museum says veterans group

Athabaskan should be turned into a museum says veterans group

The former Canadian naval ship Athabaskan was decommissioned in March after over 44 years of service.
Crosswalk Safety Society hopes council will lift flag installation suspension after seeing new study

Crosswalk Safety Society hopes council will lift flag installation suspension after seeing new study

Norm Collins admits crosswalk flags aren't perfect, but while Halifax works toward a better solution, he says they're a cost-effective way to increase visibility
Halifax Convention Centre to hold official opening ceremony next month

Halifax Convention Centre to hold official opening ceremony next month

The first event goes January 20th, when the Canadian Junior Weightlifting Championships come to Halifax
Giving Tuesday: Local advocate asks Nova Scotians to give back

Giving Tuesday: Local advocate asks Nova Scotians to give back

After the consumerism of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, one local group is asking Nova Scotians to give. Giving Tuesday began about four years ago in Canada, according to NS Gives More founder Sarah Lyon.
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