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Improvements coming to Mainland Common off-leash dog park

Improvements coming to Mainland Common off-leash dog park

Improvements include a new surface in the large dog area, fencing repairs, installation of dog agility elements and shade structure
SiRT no longer investigating Friday motorcycle crash in Elmsdale

SiRT no longer investigating Friday motorcycle crash in Elmsdale

According to RCMP, it happened at 9:41 p.m. on Highway 2 near the Highway 214 intersection
More details needed in monthly collision reports says pedestrian safety advocate

More details needed in monthly collision reports says pedestrian safety advocate

According to the HRP/RCMP report, during the month of March there were 15 reported vehicle/pedestrian collisions in HRM
Lots of emergency vehicles expected in the north end Wednesday for active intruder exercise

Lots of emergency vehicles expected in the north end Wednesday for active intruder exercise

The exercise will take place on DND property in the vicinity of the Willow and Windsor parks
RCMP holding open house on Wednesday

RCMP holding open house on Wednesday

The event is part of National Police Week and takes place from 4 - 8 p.m. at RCMP Nova Scotia Headquarters on Garland Avenue
Remember This? 18th Century Fort Massey underneath Queen Street and South Street (3 photos)

Remember This? 18th Century Fort Massey underneath Queen Street and South Street (3 photos)

Fort Massey, built in 1778, is underneath a busy Downtown Halifax intersection
Halifax non-profit waiting to challenge elections practices

Halifax non-profit waiting to challenge elections practices

The group's director says he wants to let political challenges in PEI and BC resolve before making a legal challenge.
Dalhousie researcher trying to improve Canadian kayak and canoe racing times

Dalhousie researcher trying to improve Canadian kayak and canoe racing times

The scientist says he's hoping his research has an impact in the 2020 and 2024 Olympics.
Good morning, Halifax!

Good morning, Halifax!

Temperatures will rise to a high of 19C, except along the coastline where it will reach 11C, under mainly sunny skies today
Low food prices now could mean trouble for consumers later: Dalhousie food professor

Low food prices now could mean trouble for consumers later: Dalhousie food professor

Sylvain Charlebois says recent increased competition in the grocery market keeps prices low, but could negatively impact competitiveness in the future
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