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Afro-Nova Scotian woman says mayor 'spitting' in her face with Black Lives Matter murals

Afro-Nova Scotian woman says mayor 'spitting' in her face with Black Lives Matter murals

The municipality installed two murals in the city reading 'Black Lives Matter' on Sept. 26 and 27
Halifax filmmaker wins big at FIN Festival

Halifax filmmaker wins big at FIN Festival

Taylor Olson's first feature film, Bone Cage, won four awards at this year's festival
In a strange year for sports, the Toronto Blue Jays had the strangest year of all

In a strange year for sports, the Toronto Blue Jays had the strangest year of all

They played zero games in Toronto. They spent the first three weeks on the road. They lost their best hitter for half the year. Their ace welcomed a baby during a pandemic. They were written off as young but not ready. They ended up in the playoffs,
Good morning, Halifax!

Good morning, Halifax!

Embrace the moment
Food film fest creates diversity scholarship for NSCC students

Food film fest creates diversity scholarship for NSCC students

The scholarship, created by Devour! The Food Film Fest, will be awarded to a student annually
Regional council to consider changes to winter parking ban

Regional council to consider changes to winter parking ban

A motion will be put forward when council meets to adopt winter operation service standards prepared by KPMG
Police investigating Bedford gas station robbery

Police investigating Bedford gas station robbery

Two men robbed the Irving gas station on Bedford Highway at 4 a.m.
Dartmouth man charged with attempted murder and four robberies

Dartmouth man charged with attempted murder and four robberies

Police have charged Gregory Thomas Weeks after arresting him on Sept. 25
Province reports no new cases of COVID-19

Province reports no new cases of COVID-19

Nova Scotia reports one current active case of COVID-19 in the province
Shore Drive Trail in Bedford closing for construction

Shore Drive Trail in Bedford closing for construction

The pedestrian trail is closed from Sept. 29 to Oct. 1
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