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Nine teachers are on the committee dedicated to improving classroom conditions

TEACHERS779 applied; 9 were chosen. Find out who’s on the council to improve classroom conditions

The council will look at issues like data collection and attendance policies

Mar 7, 2017

Grandy holding her eviction hearing notice.

Bed Bugs 'I reached my limit:' Stressed tenant in fight with landlord over bed bugs

Deborah Grandy to face eviction hearing due to bed bug infestation

Mar 7, 2017

Owen and Larissa Lee  with eldest son Ayden and two of triplet daughters.

CommunityCommunity rallies to raise funds for family of triplets

African Nova Scotian Music Association organizes benefit concert for Lee family

Mar 7, 2017

Russell Daye and Yanery Navarro shared their stories at the refugee symposium.

Refugee CrisisHow are Haligonians helping refugees?

Refugee symposium highlights efforts of St. Andrew’s United Church and the Halifax Refugee Clinic

Mar 6, 2017

Girls taking part in one of the many workshops at this year's Girls Conference.

International Woman's Day 'Man! I feel like a woman'

Girls participate in educational workshops ahead of International Women’s Day

Mar 4, 2017

Point Pleasant Park with the By-Law

PlantsPoint Pleasant Park Advisory Committee plans campaign against picking plants

Popular plucked plants include Lady's Slippers, Mayflowers, Irises

Mar 4, 2017

Crown attorney Christine Driscoll talks to the press after Friday's hearing.

CourtsChristopher Garnier’s bail revocation hearing delayed

Man accused of killing Catherine Campbell to be held in custody until April

Mar 4, 2017

A display of pictures of missing and murdered indigenous men and women displayed at the Mi'kmaw Native Friendship Centre last October.

MMIW Find out the latest developments in the MMIW national inquiry

Community liaison from Atlantic Canada among the positions being filled

Mar 4, 2017