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Nova Scotia set to unveil future plans for provincial art gallery

Nova Scotia set to unveil future plans for provincial art gallery

Premier Stephen McNeil and federal cabinet minister Bernadette Jordan will unveil plans in an event at the Halifax gallery with its CEO and director, Nancy Noble
North end councillor explains vote against armoured police vehicle

North end councillor explains vote against armoured police vehicle

Lindell Smith is one of five councillors who tried and failed to have half a million dollars earmarked for the vehicle stripped from the budget Tuesday
Halifax Regional Police taking 'necessary steps' to implement street checks moratorium

Halifax Regional Police taking 'necessary steps' to implement street checks moratorium

Acting Chief Robin McNeil issued a statement Wednesday afternoon
Police look for missing Halifax man

Police look for missing Halifax man

Plutarco Sicat, 54, was last seen on March 28 on Brunswick St.
Nova Scotia Mi'kmaq grandmothers to launch land title claim against gas project

Nova Scotia Mi'kmaq grandmothers to launch land title claim against gas project

Alton Gas plans to use water from the river to create large, underground storage caverns
Hospice Halifax hopes to welcome first patient by month's end (6 photos)

Hospice Halifax hopes to welcome first patient by month's end (6 photos)

Hospice Halifax at 618 Francklyn Street will welcome patients and families by the end of the month
Tall Ship Cuauhtémoc returns to Halifax next month

Tall Ship Cuauhtémoc returns to Halifax next month

The vessel will be open to the public
Province places moratorium on street checks of pedestrians and vehicle passengers

Province places moratorium on street checks of pedestrians and vehicle passengers

The moratorium takes effect immediately
Classic Soles and East Coast Kicks cover all sneaker needs

Classic Soles and East Coast Kicks cover all sneaker needs

5687 West St. houses both Tyrone Goodwin, owner of Classic Soles, and Jonny Connors, owner of East Coast Kicks
Projects will help Nova Scotia prepare for rising sea levels, storms

Projects will help Nova Scotia prepare for rising sea levels, storms

Funding to rehabilitate close to a quarter of Nova Scotia's aging dikes threatened by rising sea levels is being announced Wednesday
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