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Halifax Regional Municipality asks residents to use caution on area roads

Halifax Regional Municipality asks residents to use caution on area roads

There are a few roads closed due to damage or risk of storm surge
Storm surge along the Halifax waterfront Thursday night (two videos)

Storm surge along the Halifax waterfront Thursday night (two videos)

Some sections of the Halifax boardwalk were damaged during the storm
APEC says businesses would benefit from minimum wage predictability

APEC says businesses would benefit from minimum wage predictability

Nova Scotia province currently has the lowest minimum wage in Canada
Public school closures continue for second day

Public school closures continue for second day

Halifax Regional School Board says their decision was based on several factors including widespread power outages throughout the municipality
Gas prices go down across Nova Scotia

Gas prices go down across Nova Scotia

A small drop in the price for gasoline across Nova Scotia. The provincial regulator using its weekly adjustment to lower the minimum price for regular self serve by a penny to 113.7. The news isn't as good for those needing diesel.
Nova Scotia Power responds to 'significant damage and disruptions' (update)

Nova Scotia Power responds to 'significant damage and disruptions' (update)

'We will have the majority of customers who lost power restored today (FRIDAY),” said president and CEO Karen Hutt
Man arrested after hitting woman in face with beer glass, say police

Man arrested after hitting woman in face with beer glass, say police

Officers were called out to The Split Crow Pub around 11:00 p.m. Thursday, where a caller said a man had struck a woman in the face with a beer glass.
Storm closures and cancellations : January 5, 2018

Storm closures and cancellations : January 5, 2018

All Halifax Regional School Board schools and offices will remain closed today due to widespread power outages throughout the municipality
Nor'easter leaves tens of thousands in the dark in Nova Scotia

Nor'easter leaves tens of thousands in the dark in Nova Scotia

The storm, packing winds of up to 120 km/h, knocked down trees, damaged roofs and left many in the dark
Good morning, Halifax!

Good morning, Halifax!

Gusty winds and a chance of flurries are in store for today
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