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Halifax Port Authority names new Harbour Master

Halifax Port Authority names new Harbour Master

Capt. Gray says Harbour Masters must be familiar with all relevant safety, environmental, and health laws at the international, national, and local level, adding that Capt. Parsons demonstrates this level of knowledge, and commitment every single day
One man arrested, facing charges after weapons call

One man arrested, facing charges after weapons call

The 58-year old suspect is currently being held for court, and faces charges of possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose, assault with a weapon, failure to comply with an undertaking, and assault causing bodily harm
Halifax Public Libraries extends closure to April 30th

Halifax Public Libraries extends closure to April 30th

No late fees will be accrued for the duration of the closure, or the three weeks after the planned reopening
Halifax Transit now says it is operating at full service today <b>(update)</b>

Halifax Transit now says it is operating at full service today (update)

At around 9:45 a.m. Friday, Halifax Transit said it is operating at full service today
Transit union wants 24 hour pause to work out health, and safety issues

Transit union wants 24 hour pause to work out health, and safety issues

The president of the Amalgamated Transit Union says the public, and drivers will get sick if Halifax Transit remains exempt from social distancing rules
Halifax under a special weather statement <b>(update)</b>

Halifax under a special weather statement (update)

4 to 6 cm of snow and ice pellets is expected in the Halifax area
Plan for Nova Scotia students, teachers to be released soon

Plan for Nova Scotia students, teachers to be released soon

New Brunswick Premier Blaine Higgs said Friday that province's schools will be closed indefinitely, while in Saskatchewan students were informed their current grades were final, and they will be moved onto the next grade level
Some nurses coming out of retirement to help during this pandemic

Some nurses coming out of retirement to help during this pandemic

Hazelton says those nurses need to be assessed by the Nova Scotia College of Nursing before they can come back to work in order to determine details of their skillset and when they retired
HRM employees to still be paid throughout pandemic: Chief Financial Officer

HRM employees to still be paid throughout pandemic: Chief Financial Officer

CFO Jane Fraser acknowledges the main concern of most HRM employees right now is whether or not they will get paid but has good news for them in that respect, adding payroll will continue as normal
NSHA tells staff to stop stealing personal protective equipment during pandemic

NSHA tells staff to stop stealing personal protective equipment during pandemic

Dr. Brendan Carr says for those who may have taken some items or equipment without understanding the severity or potential impact of it, that they should bring this equipment back because we are going to need it
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