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Macdonald Bridge closes Thursday for the weekend

Macdonald Bridge closes Thursday for the weekend

Haligonians can basically expect a bridge closure every weekend for the next six weeks
Fiona fallout: Nova Scotia premier blasts cellphone companies for poor service

Fiona fallout: Nova Scotia premier blasts cellphone companies for poor service

Tim Houston says it's unacceptable that there are Nova Scotians who still can't call 911 or connect with loved ones
Fiona-related closures and cancellations (updated Wednesday afternoon)

Fiona-related closures and cancellations (updated Wednesday afternoon)

The Fiona clean up continues
Farmers grapple with damage to crops and structures after Fiona

Farmers grapple with damage to crops and structures after Fiona

'It's going to have a huge impact because right now it's prime harvest for corn and various other crops,' said Tim Marsh
Here's where you can find comfort centres in HRM on Wednesday

Here's where you can find comfort centres in HRM on Wednesday

They have food and water, and offer a place to recharge devices and receive up-to-date information
The Health Care Crisis III: Emergency Rooms

The Health Care Crisis III: Emergency Rooms

When Canadians can't get family doctors, walk-in clinics are backlogged and there are no nurses available to provide long-term care in homes or facilities, it doesn't take much for a patient to arrive at an emergency room as a last resort.
Good morning, Halifax!

Good morning, Halifax!

Here's a look at the current local weather
Canadian navy struggling with personnel 'crisis': commander

Canadian navy struggling with personnel 'crisis': commander

The vacancies include numerous mid-level positions
Hurricane Fiona highlights gaps in insurance as climate change worsens, experts say

Hurricane Fiona highlights gaps in insurance as climate change worsens, experts say

Residential home insurance policies normally require an add-on policy in order to cover floods
Trudeau says stronger infrastructure needed after inspecting Fiona damage

Trudeau says stronger infrastructure needed after inspecting Fiona damage

'The reality is that extreme weather events are going to get more intense over the coming years because our climate is changing'
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