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Former energy minister says underground power lines result in fewer outages, longer restoration times

Former energy minister says underground power lines result in fewer outages, longer restoration times

'If people want that, they have to be willing to pay for it,' says Andrew Younger
Four arrested after police search two Dartmouth locations

Four arrested after police search two Dartmouth locations

On Monday morning, police received a tip about possible firearms in two different locations near Canso Lane and Chebucto Lane
Police seek tips in unsolved homicide from 2013

Police seek tips in unsolved homicide from 2013

Raymond Floyd Peters was shot several times at around 5:20 p.m. on January 7, 2013 in a Dartmouth backyard
Man charged with fraud after deposited cheque determined to be fake

Man charged with fraud after deposited cheque determined to be fake

Police allege the man tried to deposit a cheque for over $90,000 at the Royal Bank near the Sunnyside Mall in Bedford
RCMP continue to look for tips in 50-year-old homicide

RCMP continue to look for tips in 50-year-old homicide

On January 7, 1968 at 10:45 a.m., police found Newton Harold Boutilier dead at a residence, which was also a small general store in French Village
John Lohr to run for PC leadership

John Lohr to run for PC leadership

The MLA for Kings North has confirmed his intention to seek the PC Party leadership
Trudeau expected to head to Sackville for town hall meeting

Trudeau expected to head to Sackville for town hall meeting

Sackville-Preston-Chezzetcook MP Darrell Samson says the Prime Minister will hold a public town hall meeting at Sackville High.
Environment Canada ends special weather statement warning of possible visibility issues during commute (update)

Environment Canada ends special weather statement warning of possible visibility issues during commute (update)

The commute could get a little hairy Monday morning with some light and blowing snow on area roads
Ecology Action Centre calls on province to find a better solution to deal with old plastics

Ecology Action Centre calls on province to find a better solution to deal with old plastics

The policy director for the Ecology Action Centre in Halifax said dumping film plastic in landfills isn't a reasonable solution - temporary or long term.
Good morning, Halifax!

Good morning, Halifax!

The daytime high will be minus 5C
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