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New Dalhousie study says sea-level rise causing permafrost to thaw is threatening ecosystems

New Dalhousie study says sea-level rise causing permafrost to thaw is threatening ecosystems

According to the study, sea-level rise is causing saltwater to move into terrestrial environments and freshwater reservoirs along coastlines around the world
Police investigating two break and enters overnight

Police investigating two break and enters overnight

Halifax Regional Police are investigating after two robberies occurred overnight on the peninsula. 
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What would electoral reform in Canada look like?

What would electoral reform in Canada look like?

The Prime Minister said in the closing days of a close campaign that he was "open" to electoral reform. That came as a surprise to the millions of people who watched him break his promise on the issue after the 2015 election.
Potential COVID exposures list for Oct. 12

Potential COVID exposures list for Oct. 12

Nova Scotia Health is advising anyone who visited or worked at any of the locations during the given times to book a COVID-19 test, regardless of whether or not they have symptoms
Restaurateurs could use help with proof-of-vaccination policy costs: industry expert

Restaurateurs could use help with proof-of-vaccination policy costs: industry expert

Although the requirement is a 'great way to keep our businesses open,' Luc Erjavec says it comes with a price tag
7 drivers intercepted for alcohol-related incidents in HRM during Operation Impact

7 drivers intercepted for alcohol-related incidents in HRM during Operation Impact

Operation Impact focused on the four most significant factors of serious and fatal collisions; impaired driving, distracted driving, aggressive driving and not wearing a seatbelt or wearing one incorrectly
Dartmouth gas station robbed

Dartmouth gas station robbed

The Shell on Main Street was robbed early Saturday morning
Nova Scotia throne speech pledges reforms to health-care system, fixed election date

Nova Scotia throne speech pledges reforms to health-care system, fixed election date

Lt.-Gov. Arthur LeBlanc delivered the new government's first speech from the throne Tuesday
<b>Adopt Me:</b> Dillybar is as sweet as his name

Adopt Me: Dillybar is as sweet as his name

He may or may not have seizure issues in the future
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