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Protesters hold placards as part of a petition effort against the CNSOPB's decision to allow Shell to drill off the coast of Nova Scotia

PetitionEnvironmental groups protest N.S. petroleum board decision of Shell drilling

The groups collected over 230,000 signatures, drew chalk fish on the sidewalk to represent loss of marine life from oil spill

Nov 26, 2015

Brynn Blais with all the donations she received from social media

VeteransNova Scotian woman is making sure veterans aren’t forgotten during the holidays

The campaign is collecting donations for veterans at the Camp Hill Veterans Memorial Building hospital

Nov 26, 2015

Andrea Rahal works in her boutique on Market St.

Small BusinessMarket Street closure keeps customers away from boutique

Road closure will continue through Christmas shopping season

Nov 26, 2015

WATCHThe Signal TV, Episode 2

Check out some great stories produced by University of King's College TV workshop students

Nov 26, 2015

Sarah Burns had support from the University of King's College community throughout the application process.

scholarshipUniversity of King’s College grad becomes 30th from the school to win Rhodes scholarship

Sarah Burns will be heading to the University of Oxford in England next year on a full-ride scholarship

Nov 25, 2015

Health Minister Leo Glavine raisies a red ribbon flag for AIDS Awareness Week

HealthProvincial government cut funding to AIDS groups yet raises flag for AIDS awareness

Tuesday marked the beginning of HIV/AIDS Awareness Week in Nova Scotia

Nov 25, 2015

Lynn Jones (left) and Lenore Zann said they're hopeful Bill 111 will pass its second reading.

LegislatureEnvironmental racism bill heads to second reading Wednesday

Supporters says the bill is the first of its kind in the history of Canada to be debated

Nov 25, 2015

Halifax Mayor Mike Savage (pictured) will continue to work with Premier Stephen McNeil in reducing Nova Scotia's red tape.

RefugeesWith open arms: Halifax to welcome more refugees

The city's plan aims to create support for increased number of refugees to the province and protect private sponsors

Nov 25, 2015

WATCHThe Signal TV, Episode 2 trailer

Coming up this week on The Signal TV

Nov 25, 2015

Minister of Community Services Joanne Bernard announcing Prevention Innovation grants, Halifax N.S.

GovernmentGrants created by N.S. government to fund ideas that prevent sexual violence

Minister of Community Services Joanne Bernard announces the government is funding up to $1.2 million into the new grant program.

Nov 24, 2015