Video shows Halifax taxi driver verbally attacked with racial slurs by passenger – Halifax

When Kuldip Dhunna picked up a taxi passenger on July 2, the last thing he expected was to be verbally attacked with racial slurs

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You can reserve 300 more N.S. provincial park campsites starting Monday – Halifax

With the easing of public health restrictions in Nova Scotia and the Atlantic bubble underway, the Department of Lands and Forestry will be opening

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Halifax looks to assess public opinion, trust of municipal police forces – Halifax

Police forces in Halifax are looking to find out the level of “public trust and confidence in policing” in the municipality. The details are

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Nova Scotia’s plan for students to return to school coming in late July: Centres for Education – Halifax

Nova Scotia students are scheduled to return to school in September, but it won’t be until late July that the province will provide details,

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Halifax man arrested after two hit-and-runs in 10 minutes – Halifax

Halifax police arrested and charged a man in connection with a pair of hit-and-runs overnight. Police said in a news release they received a

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Sobeys promptly pulls controversial ‘barely legal Sweet Sixteen’ candies – Halifax

A brand of candy called “Sweet Sixteen” that promotes its “barely legal level of sweetness” was quickly taken off the shelves of Sobeys locations

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Virtual Canada Day – Halifax

It’s time to celebrate Canada’s 153rd birthday!  Mayor Mike Savage and members of Regional Council are inviting residents to join in the first

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Nova Scotia opposition parties call on McNeil government to reopen committee meetings – Halifax

As the Nova Scotia economy gradually makes moves towards reopening for business during the coronavirus pandemic, there is a call from opposition leaders for

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NSHA to ease hospital visitor restrictions amid declining numbers of COVID-19 cases – Halifax

Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA) announced that some hospital visitor restrictions will be eased beginning, Tuesday, June 23, to allow more opportunities for inpatients

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Anishinaabe two-spirit judge Diane Rowe sworn in as N.S. Supreme Court’s newest justice – Halifax

The Nova Scotia Supreme Court has welcomed its newest judge, Diane Rowe, who was sworn in on Tuesday morning to preside on the Supreme

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