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New Sambro Island heli-picnic adventure takes to the air this summer

New Sambro Island heli-picnic adventure takes to the air this summer

Chief pilot of Vision Air Services, Tim L'Esperance, says the destination ticks a lot of boxes for both tourists and locals
<b>Adopt Me:</b> Butter needs an understanding, loving family

Adopt Me: Butter needs an understanding, loving family

He is a goofy boy who needs a pet-free, young child-free home to create a new life
Halifax deputy fire chief outlines challenges faced by crews fighting Notre Dame blaze

Halifax deputy fire chief outlines challenges faced by crews fighting Notre Dame blaze

Dave Meldrum says places of worship are generally larger, older structures with a lot of spaces that aren't protected by sprinklers
Halifax Exhibition Centre to receive a glow this Christmas

Halifax Exhibition Centre to receive a glow this Christmas

The famed indoor Christmas festival Glow Gardens is expanding to Halifax this year
Council approves 2019-20 municipal budget

Council approves 2019-20 municipal budget

The average single-family home tax bill will increase by $43, or 2.3 per cent in 2019-20 to $1,967
Despite fewer visitors, 2018 was Nova Scotia's best tourism revenue year on record

Despite fewer visitors, 2018 was Nova Scotia's best tourism revenue year on record

Tourism revenues reached an estimated $2.61 billion, a 0.3 per cent increase, compared to updated 2017 revenue estimates of $2.60 billion
Small fire in South End building

Small fire in South End building

No injuries are reported
Two vehicles damaged in crash early Tuesday morning

Two vehicles damaged in crash early Tuesday morning

The crash happened at about 6:30 a.m. at the corner of Robie and Almon streets
Halifax Shopping Centre teams up with Autism Nova Scotia for inclusive environment

Halifax Shopping Centre teams up with Autism Nova Scotia for inclusive environment

The Halifax Shopping Centre has teamed up with Autism Nova Scotia to learn how to make their stores more welcoming for people on the spectrum.
Halifax police commission unanimously recommends suspending street checks

Halifax police commission unanimously recommends suspending street checks

This comes after an independent report showed black people were six times as likely as whites to be stopped by police
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