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Gas prices plummet as UARB invokes interrupter

Gas prices plummet as UARB invokes interrupter

The UARB has invoked the interrupter clause, dropping the price for gas by 7.1 cents to 131.5
How bad is it in BC right now? How much worse could it get?

How bad is it in BC right now? How much worse could it get?

Since the initial storm that caused severe flooding, mudslides, evacuations and forced the province to call in the armed forces, things haven't improved much in British Columbia.
Good morning, Halifax!

Good morning, Halifax!

Here's a look at the current local weather
Sea Dogs top Mooseheads 4-3 in OT

Sea Dogs top Mooseheads 4-3 in OT

William Villeneuve scored the game winner in overtime making it a 4-3 final in Saint John's favour
Potential COVID-19 exposure list for Nov. 30

Potential COVID-19 exposure list for Nov. 30

Potential exposures to COVID-19 at locations in Central Zone and on two flights
All travellers arriving by air, except from U.S., need COVID-19 test at airport

All travellers arriving by air, except from U.S., need COVID-19 test at airport

Travellers who choose to leave the country should be aware that COVID-19 protection measures could change at any moment
Desmond inquiry: official says review needed on how N.S. serves African Nova Scotians

Desmond inquiry: official says review needed on how N.S. serves African Nova Scotians

Wayne Hamilton made the suggestion during his testimony before an inquiry investigating why former soldier Lionel Desmond killed his family and himself
CNN airs report on Woody the Talking Christmas Tree

CNN airs report on Woody the Talking Christmas Tree

The conversing conifer was featured in a piece by Jeanne Moos, a reporter who tends to focus on unusual stories
<b>Adopt Me:</b> Keeta would be a great snuggle buddy for those chilly nights

Adopt Me: Keeta would be a great snuggle buddy for those chilly nights

She is looking for a home without children or other pets
Progress report says Nova Scotia still clear-cutting too much of its forests

Progress report says Nova Scotia still clear-cutting too much of its forests

The report by University of King's College president Bill Lahey says there has been little change since 2018 on how forestry operations are conducted across the province
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