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Missing Meaghers Grant man found deceased (update)

Missing Meaghers Grant man found deceased (update)

Police say foul play is not suspected
Advocate takes issue with proposal to put warning labels on some foods

Advocate takes issue with proposal to put warning labels on some foods

Canadian farm families don't have a seat at the dining room table when it comes to the country's healthy eating strategy, according to an advocate in Atlantic Canada.
CFIA recalls chicken burgers sold in Nova Scotia because of undeclared egg

CFIA recalls chicken burgers sold in Nova Scotia because of undeclared egg

'Butcher's Selection' brand Stampede Chicken Burgers have been recalled because they may contain egg not declared on the label.
Centre Plan public meeting at NSCC cancelled (update)

Centre Plan public meeting at NSCC cancelled (update)

As the Centre Plan continues to move forward, the city is looking for the public's feedback.
Gas prices expected to increase this week in Nova Scotia

Gas prices expected to increase this week in Nova Scotia

Our newsroom has gone over the numbers and is predicting that when regulated prices are adjusted at midnight they will climb by about three cents per litre.
No snow overnight, but storm still expected to affect Halifax Thursday (update)

No snow overnight, but storm still expected to affect Halifax Thursday (update)

The second low pressure system is expected to bring snow, ice pellets and rain to Halifax
Good morning, Halifax!

Good morning, Halifax!

There is a risk of freezing rain and winds could gust up to 70 km/h
Nova Scotia's health care unions to hold first ever province-wide strike vote : NSGEU

Nova Scotia's health care unions to hold first ever province-wide strike vote : NSGEU

The council represents the NSGEU, CUPE, Unifor and the Nova Scotia Nurses Union
Willow Tree Group criticizes decision to raise development height at Quinpool and Robie

Willow Tree Group criticizes decision to raise development height at Quinpool and Robie

Co-chair Andrea Arbic said she believes council is ignoring concerns brought forth by residents
Nova Scotia Power preparing for fourth winter storm in two weeks

Nova Scotia Power preparing for fourth winter storm in two weeks

The utility recommends charging electronic devices and making plans in the event there are storm-related outages
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