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Heritage designation proposed for century-old Dartmouth post office

Heritage designation proposed for century-old Dartmouth post office

Councillor Sam Austin is bringing an item to council this week that will help protect a prominent building in downtown Dartmouth
N.S. dairy farmers want Canadians to keep buying local

N.S. dairy farmers want Canadians to keep buying local

Dairy farmers in the province have had a tough year
Nude man allegedly assaults two tenants in Dartmouth apartment, faces numerous charges

Nude man allegedly assaults two tenants in Dartmouth apartment, faces numerous charges

The victims of the assault suffered minor injuries according to paramedics.
Collision knocks down service pole, cuts power for several thousand in Halifax

Collision knocks down service pole, cuts power for several thousand in Halifax

The driver of the vehicle will make a court appearance at a later date on impaired driving charges.
LISTEN: Becoming a voluntary cyborg, too many tourists and generational wars on The Big Story Podcast

LISTEN: Becoming a voluntary cyborg, too many tourists and generational wars on The Big Story Podcast

The Big Story Podcast takes an in-depth look at the issues, culture and personalities shaping Canada and the world today
Good morning, Halifax!

Good morning, Halifax!

Rain will change to freezing rain in the morning, then back to rain in the afternoon.
Tragic plane crash brings together Iranian-Canadian community (14 photos)

Tragic plane crash brings together Iranian-Canadian community (14 photos)

Apples to apples: Making cider from fallen fruit

Apples to apples: Making cider from fallen fruit

When Hurricane Dorian hit Nova Scotia's Annapolis Valley in September 2019, an average of 35 per cent of apple crops were lost
Halifax vigil grows as Iran takes responsibility for downed plane

Halifax vigil grows as Iran takes responsibility for downed plane

A vigil will take place at Dalhousie University Saturday to mourn the loss of life in a Ukraine Airlines flight earlier this week
Public housing renovations won't benefit the homeless: advocate

Public housing renovations won't benefit the homeless: advocate

Affordable Housing Association says Nova Scotia's newest housing strategy overlooks the homeless
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