Halifax Regional Municipality News
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Is racial profiling justified?
Whose policies do more to help the poor?
In September 1990, Nova Scotia Tories were anxiously sending in their resumes and pitching their credentials for the big opening.
The Community Carrot Co-op won Aviva Insurance's Community Fund contest in January and it's now putting that money to good use.
Police are guiding traffic through the one open lane, but they say as soon as the crane being used to right the truck arrives, both lanes will be closed.
Tracadie-Sheila Mayor Aldea Losier says having a larger population will help his community draw big name retail outlets.
Five fire stations that were designated for closure in Halifax Regional Municipality were officially shut down on Nov. 18, but no one in the affected areas will notice anything different.
Around 9:50 a.m. RCMP responded to a residence on Lake Mist Drive when the homeowner called to report a break and enter in progress.
HRM council heard submissions on the city's blueprint for growth on Tuesday. A coalition of business, environmental and cultural groups called for stricter limits on suburban developments.
Only our brave Ninja Kitty warriors can rescue the Kittens and defeat the Dragon Empire once and for all.
An aide to a local Conservative member of Parliament has lobbied the city government for private clients, selling his ability to influence Ottawa's councillors.
Tony Bear shows off the 'Volcano' vapourizer he uses to vapourize the cannabinoids in his medically grown marijuana he needs to 'function normally'.
The researcher who does food cost studies for the Nova Scotia government says P.E.I. should not rely on her data.
The death of Halifax gay rights activist Raymond Taavel prompted a government review, which was released in September 2012.
A Metro Transit employee is alleging an ongoing pattern of racism in his workplace and has filed a written complaint to the Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission.
An independent third party looking at water conservation programs should be established before any regional development charge is put in place, the head of the Nova Scotia Home Builders' Association said Monday.