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Workplace safetyDo you know what the 4 most risky workplace sectors are in Nova Scotia?

Better training, awareness is helping lower the number of workplace injuries, legislative committee told

Oct 28, 2015

Climate changeWe can’t ‘stay in denial,’ climate researcher says

“People don’t believe it’s happening,” researcher Bob Sanford told Dal audience.

Oct 26, 2015

Two teachers learn how to make rock, paper, scissors more active at Nova Scotia’s first Physical and Health Literacy Conference.

HealthDo kids need help learning to move? Sport advocates think so

Physical education and health teachers spent the day as students during Nova Scotia’s first Physical and Health Literacy Conference.

Oct 23, 2015

HealthStop cheating on your sleep: Dal speaker

Sleep specialist Dr. James Maas told audience sleep deprivation changes your life

Oct 23, 2015

The Nova Scotia Court of Appeal heard Paul Wayne Simpson's case in the Halifax Law Courts.

CourtBail denied in Dal student murder case

Three-day bail hearing ends in case involving murder of Taylor Samson

Oct 23, 2015

The brain waves during an epileptic seizure.

Medical research Prof working to uncover link between brain trauma and epilepsy

Research by Dal professor Alon Friedman aims to shed light on how injuries and infections lead to seizures

Oct 23, 2015

Transportation Standing Committee debating over the report's proposal.

City councilTransportation committee rejects accessible taxi recommendation

Consultant’s report proposed stopping the issuing of conventional taxi licences and replacing them with accessible ones.

Oct 22, 2015

The Macdonald Bridge closes on weekends and weekdays after 7:00 p.m.

CommutingMinister addresses the big bump on the Big Lift

MacLellan responds to commuters' frustrations regarding a bump on the Macdonald Bridge, following a delay in reopening Monday

Oct 22, 2015