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She told two Michelin managers during the meeting that she's upset with the company's proposal to build a compressed natural gas receiving station on its property, located behind her house on St. Phillips Street.
Tim Vallillee says he's trying to live life to the fullest, while pleading with governments to fund a new cystic fibrosis medication.
A Halifax man has been given a conditional discharge for stealing $200 from a woman after she'd allegedly been drugged and sexually assaulted by another man.
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Members of the joint Halifax Regional Police and RCMP drug unit searched a residence in the 0-100 block of Primrose Street at 9 p.m. They found a quantity of marijuana, drug paraphernalia and illegal cigarettes, and arrested a 55-year-old man.
Winter is coming, and tree planting throughout Halifax will be in hibernation mode until spring.
Two pedestrians have been hurt at the intersection of Agricola and North streets in north-end Halifax.
A white SUV crashed into several cars, injuring two pedestrians, before taking off Wednesday afternoon in north-end Halifax.
A judge has reserved decision until January at a Prince Edward Island businessman's trial in Halifax on a historical charge of sexual assault.
The agreement will see Icynene strengthen its presence in the region with MJM Energy.
A significant piece of property in downtown Dartmouth went up for sale this week, and it seems to be sending mixed signals about the climate for large residential projects in the region.
The modernization of the Halifax Shipyard is good news for his business, says Miguel Salguiero, co-owner of Omega Formwork Inc. of Mount Uniacke.
Tracey Jones-Grant, daughter of the late Burnley 'Rocky' Jones, addresses the International Human Rights Day celebration at Prostpect Road Community Centre in Hatchet Lake on Tuesday.
Seven-year-old Carys Nurse with her mother, Stacey. The Nurse family is trying to find a way to access a breakthrough drug to treat the girl's cystic fibrosis.
The RCMP say provincial work safety officials are investigating after a man received serious burns while working at a golf course near Halifax.