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Friday November 10th 2017


Rain starts this morning 5mm, very windy & 14


The Dartmouth Pain Clinic is closing after losing both of its doctors. Hundreds of people suffering from chronic pain will be forced to join the 2 year long waiting list to see a doctor at the Halifax Pain Clinic. The last day for service at the pain clinic in Dartmouth will be December 31st.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/dartmouth-pain-clinic-closing-after-losing-both-doctors-1.4395617


There will be no AUS football championship game this year in light of an investigation into the eligibility of a SMU player. The issue relates to a CFL rule. Instead, the Acadia Axemen will represent the conference in the national semifinals.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/aus-football-championship-saint-mary-s-player-eligibility-1.4395529


Premier Stephen McNeil is leaving for France on Sunday for a visit that will include meetings with tire maker Michelin. His goal is to convince the French company, which is our province’s largest private sector employer, to expand operations in Nova Scotia. Currently the company operates 3 Nova Scotia plants, in Waterville, Bridgewater and Granton, and employs about 3400 people in the province.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/michelin-ubisoft-france-trade-mission-trip-premier-stephen-mcneil-junket-1.4395020


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