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Halifax Harbour jump cancelled due to poor water quality

Halifax Harbour jump cancelled due to poor water quality

Develop Nova Scotia doesn't want this to discourage locals from swimming in the harbour, saying water quality levels can change, especially in busy waterways
Gas prices down slightly in Nova Scotia

Gas prices down slightly in Nova Scotia

The provincial regulator using its weekly adjustment to lower the minimum price for self serve regular by 1.3 cents to 112.4
Good morning, Halifax!

Good morning, Halifax!

Mostly a mix of sun and cloud today
Youth charged after police seize replica firearm at Halifax Shopping Centre

Youth charged after police seize replica firearm at Halifax Shopping Centre

A 17-year-old has been charged with possession of a weapon dangerous to public peace and carrying a concealed weapon
Halifax Regional Police won't support a call to ban handguns

Halifax Regional Police won't support a call to ban handguns

"We believe we have necessary laws and regulations in place in relation to firearms," said HRP spokesperson Const. John MacLeod
Federal government provides nearly $230,000 to help African Nova Scotian students prepare for skilled trades

Federal government provides nearly $230,000 to help African Nova Scotian students prepare for skilled trades

The Trudeau Government has announced nearly $230,000 in funding to the NSCC to help African Nova Scotians prepare for high-demand and well-paying jobs in the skilled trades.
Midweek Mugging: Sparkles n' Sawdust showcases local art

Midweek Mugging: Sparkles n' Sawdust showcases local art

"We’re going for something for everyone,” owner Jacqulyn Miccolis said. “Colourful, unique, eclectic...we have crystals, body products, paintings, everything under the moon and the stars.”
Province sending delegation to Norway in support of aquaculture sector

Province sending delegation to Norway in support of aquaculture sector

Fisheries and Aquaculture Minister Keith Colwell is leading a delegation to Norway in support of Nova Scotia's growing aquaculture sector
Halifax councillor looking at options to solve drinking water issues in Harrietsfield area

Halifax councillor looking at options to solve drinking water issues in Harrietsfield area

Last week, the residents were told it would cost them $27,000 per household to bring city water to the community, and an additional $5,000 in connection fees
Irving Shipbuilding awarded $500 million contract for work on Halifax frigates

Irving Shipbuilding awarded $500 million contract for work on Halifax frigates

It's a five-year contract that guarantees a minimum of three frigates for the shipyard with work planned to begin in the early 2020s
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