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Thursday November 2nd 2017 

Mainly Sunny & 15

Dalhousie University’s campus in Truro is under a boil water order. A test conducted yesterday came back with trace amounts of coliform bacteria. A second test will be take place this morning.

Jamie Baillie is stepping down as the leader of Nova Scotia’s Progressive Conservative Party. Baillie based his decision on wanting to spend more time with his family. He expects to work as the MLA for Cumberland South until the next election is called.

Nova Scotians worried about radioactive gas in their home can now get help at their local public library. Radon gas is responsible for about 16% of lung cancer cases & the only way to discover unsafe levels is to use a detector. Libraries across the province will now lend people gas detectors for up to 6 weeks at a time so they can check their homes.


Houston has won the world series! The beat the Dodgers 5-1 last night.


PIT 3 – EDM 2

NJ 2 – VAN 0

TOR 3 – ANA 1


DEN 129 – TOR 111


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