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Good morning, Halifax!

Good morning, Halifax!

Mostly sunny skies today
NSLC to sell cannabis edibles, extracts and topicals <b>(update)</b>

NSLC to sell cannabis edibles, extracts and topicals (update)

Karen Casey, the minister responsible for the NSLC, says the corporation has experience safely selling controlled substances
Court ruling reveals grim details of Lionel Desmond suicide and murders

Court ruling reveals grim details of Lionel Desmond suicide and murders

A Nova Scotia Supreme Court judge says the proceeds from Desmond's life insurance policy should be awarded to his late mother's estate
Second woman named as chief justice of the Nova Scotia Supreme Court

Second woman named as chief justice of the Nova Scotia Supreme Court

Deborah Smith was named the court's chief justice by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
New dock aims to make Shubie Park waterway more accessible

New dock aims to make Shubie Park waterway more accessible

The Shubenacadie Canal Commission will be adding an EZ Dock this summer
N.S. Tory booted over accessibility of office, 'pattern of behaviour' (update)

N.S. Tory booted over accessibility of office, 'pattern of behaviour' (update)

Tim Houston says Alana Paon has been removed 'effective immediately'
Mysterious $100 bill, life-affirming note delights New Glasgow

Mysterious $100 bill, life-affirming note delights New Glasgow

The bill was taped to a gazebo with a note encouraging the finder to spend the money on something that brings them happiness
Science journal article disputes claims that aquaculture is a sustainable industry

Science journal article disputes claims that aquaculture is a sustainable industry

Inka Milewski says her findings are based on a series of long-term studies in Port Mouton Bay
HRM prepares to celebrate Canada Day

HRM prepares to celebrate Canada Day

Residents are invited to participate in a multitude of free events and interactive celebrations at several locations
Lifeguards return to provincial beaches Saturday

Lifeguards return to provincial beaches Saturday

Starting Saturday, June 29, the Nova Scotia Lifeguard Service will have 82 lifeguards supervising 23 beaches in 12 counties
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