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Tuesday May 28th 2019 


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A woman from Halifax has reached a settlement after being denied breast reduction surgery. Melody Harding made a human rights complaint against the province in 2017 after she was told she couldn’t have the surgery because her body mass index was above the threshold required. Harding says she is pleased to have found common ground with the health department.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/halifax-woman-reaches-settlement-after-being-denied-breast-reduction-surgery-1.5151504


The Nova Scotia SPCA is trying to find homes for dozens of feral cats that they recently fixed and have had tested. Feral cats are typically nervous of humans and aren’t used to a social environment but can warm up to you over time. People who are interested in helping are being asked to contact the SPCA.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/nova-scotia-feral-cats-mouse-1.5151852


The last goose at the Halifax Public Gardens has died. ‘Diana’, a Nova Scotia bred goose, was found dead in her enclosure near the main gate of the Public Gardens early last week. She had lived in the Public Gardens for the past 8 years and died peacefully of natural causes.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/public-gardens-toulouse-goose-diana-dead-1.5150451


Hot Sports,
NHL Playoffs,
Boston doubled up over the Blues 4-2
In the Majors,
Jays lost to Tampa Bay 8-3
Boston Red Sox took Cleveland 12-5


 

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