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Police to be on scene of three HRM schools Thursday because of unspecified threats

Police to be on scene of three HRM schools Thursday because of unspecified threats

Police said threats were received Wednesday morning against schools in Bedford and Dartmouth
Officials set to unveil new $10 bill featuring Viola Desmond

Officials set to unveil new $10 bill featuring Viola Desmond

Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau and Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz will be in Halifax to unveil the long awaited note.
Community events 'press for progress' on International Women's Day

Community events 'press for progress' on International Women's Day

On Thursday, March 8, groups throughout Halifax are celebrating how far women have come, while continuing to push for more change
Storm closures and cancellations : March 8, 2018

Storm closures and cancellations : March 8, 2018

A storm made for some messy road conditions across the province on Thursday, forcing some closures and cancellations.
Nor'easter takes aim at Nova Scotia with snow, wind and rain in the forecast

Nor'easter takes aim at Nova Scotia with snow, wind and rain in the forecast

Environment Canada issuing a special weather statement for the area, warning of 5 to 10 cm of snow.
Good morning, Halifax!

Good morning, Halifax!

Snow and rain are expected today, along with strong winds
Midweek Mugging: Tidehouse Brewing Company

Midweek Mugging: Tidehouse Brewing Company

Located downtown at 2-5187 Salter St., Tidehouse is a small brewery with big flavours
Parents concerned about air quality at Ian Forsyth Elementary School

Parents concerned about air quality at Ian Forsyth Elementary School

Chair of the Halifax Regional School Board, Gin Yee, says the testing they've done has shown the school is safe
Province appoints new Serious Incident Response Team director

Province appoints new Serious Incident Response Team director

Former federal justice Felix Cacchione spent 32 years on the judicial bench and recently retired from the Nova Scotia Supreme Court
Fundraiser started for survivor of Lower Sackville Fire: 'Her life has forever been altered'

Fundraiser started for survivor of Lower Sackville Fire: 'Her life has forever been altered'

By Wednesday morning, the page had so far raised $3,825. 
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