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New study looking into how often people dream about sex

New study looking into how often people dream about sex

The survey is anonymous and confidential, but participants will need to provide basic demographic information like age, gender and relationship status
Pre-packaged cooked shrimp recalled by Loblaw

Pre-packaged cooked shrimp recalled by Loblaw

There's the potential presence of raw shrimp, which could contain harmful bacteria
'Accomplished, full of life, defeated': Truro MMA fighter Cody Glode's family speaks out two years after his suicide

'Accomplished, full of life, defeated': Truro MMA fighter Cody Glode's family speaks out two years after his suicide

'I think that health care for mental health is in a crisis, not only here, but across the country,' said Matthew Glode as he feels the province hasn't made any significant mental health care changes since his son's death
Chair of HRSB angry, disappointed to learn English boards will be dissolved

Chair of HRSB angry, disappointed to learn English boards will be dissolved

Yee called it a "sad day for democracy", explaining to Global News the board didn't feel it was properly consulted on this issue.
Advocate says key to fixing human trafficking issue is lowering demand

Advocate says key to fixing human trafficking issue is lowering demand

Pam Rubin says while pimps play a vital role in the industry, the foundation of the problem lies with the clients who are purchasing.
Prices jump at the pump across Nova Scotia Friday

Prices jump at the pump across Nova Scotia Friday

Provincially regulated prices climbing by 2.5 cents to a new minimum price of 113.7.
Good morning, Halifax!

Good morning, Halifax!

Strong winds are expected during the day and at night
Strong winds and pounding surf in the forecast as special weather statement issued

Strong winds and pounding surf in the forecast as special weather statement issued

Environment Canada says a large an powerful storm will stall well south of Nova Scotia Friday
'A strike has been averted,' says Nova Scotia Teachers Union president

'A strike has been averted,' says Nova Scotia Teachers Union president

Liette Doucet says the union does not support the provincial legislation, but there will be no strike
Restorative justice works well, but not in all cases: Ontario judge

Restorative justice works well, but not in all cases: Ontario judge

Justice Sheila Ray spoke to an audience Thursday at Dalhousie University’s Schulich School of Law
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