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Left to Right: Minister of Immigration Lina Diab, Suzanne Ley and Gerry Mills detail Nova Scotia's plans to support refugees.

Syrian RefugeesHere is how Nova Scotians can help support refugees

Still no information from federal government on when refugees will begin to arrive

Nov 17, 2015

Real EstateNew ways to sell old homes as Halifax housing market slumps

Jill Hann gives for sale signs a facelift by tying them to Movember campaign

Nov 17, 2015

ForumIndigenous education discussed at forum: "warm wind has blown across Canada"

Former PM and AFN national chief speak at Halifax library

Nov 17, 2015

Mike Wilkinson stands with one of the snowblowers Dalhousie Facilities Management used to keep the campus clear last winter.

NewsWinter is coming: Halifax gets ready to deal with early snowfall forecasts

The city improves snow removal procedures in response to last winter's high snowfall

Nov 17, 2015

Store for lease on Barrington Street Halifax

Tax ReformSome local business owners indifferent to the commercial tax reform report

Two business associations express disappointment over the report, while some local businesses are indifferent

Nov 16, 2015

Festival attendees get ready to watch "GeTT: THE TRIAL OF VIVIANE AMSA", a film about an Israeli woman who cannot get a divorce.

CinemaAtlantic Jewish Film Festival cuts across community boundaries

Halifax celebrates Jewish culture at the second annual Atlantic Jewish Film Festival.

Nov 16, 2015

Attendees light candles to remember those lost in the Paris attacks.

Paris AttackHalifax stands with France after Paris attacks

Over 100 people join in solidarity for the victims in Paris

Nov 15, 2015

Premier Stephen McNeil answers questions before the opening of the fall session of the House of Assembly

NewsFall session opens with questions about Nova Scotia's health system

Opposition believes there's a crisis in the system

Nov 14, 2015

Birthday bash at the NECHC

HealthHale and hearty: North End health centre turns 44

The Centre celebrates over four decades of working with the community on Gottingen Street

Nov 13, 2015

CNIB supporters walk down George Street. The march begins.

RallyVisually impaired Nova Scotians rally at Province House for funding

The CNIB is worried visually impaired Nova Scotians will lose out on essential services without funding

Nov 13, 2015