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Monday, November 13th, 2017

 

Following two days of arguments, the Nova Scotia Supreme Court has ruled that the injunction filed by Saint Mary’s University back on Friday will go ahead.

 

Chief Justice Deborah Smith decided yesterday the SMU Huskies and Acadia Axmen will play this week for the Atlantic University Football semifinal game in the Loney Bowl.

The game was called into question when a complaint was filed by the four other member universities of the AUS, challenging the eligibility of one of Saint Mary’s players.
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Halifax Regional Police say they are investigating a serious assault after a man covered in blood was seen running down a Dartmouth street.

 

A report came into police around 8:30 last night about the unusual situation in the area of Pleasant Street and Starr Lane.

 

Police didn’t find the injured man when they arrived on scene, but say it looks like whatever happened took place in the 100 block of Prince Albert Road.

 

Police also say the victim went to Dartmouth General Hospital where he is now being treated.
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A powerful earthquake shook the Iran-Iraq border late Sunday, killing more than 140 people and injuring 860. The quake was felt as far west as the Mediterranean coast.

Hot Sports:

NHL: Washington beat Edmonton 2-1 in a shootout.
New Jersey 7 – Chicago 5, former Halifax Moosehead Nico Hischier with a goal and a pair of assists.
CFL: Saskatchewan 31 -Ottawa 20
Edmonton 39 – Winnipeg 32
NFL: New England Patriots 41 – Denver 16

Credits:

http://atlantic.ctvnews.ca/n-s-judge-rules-that-cancelled-loney-bowl-proceed-1.3674658

http://www.metronews.ca/news/world/2017/11/12/7-5-magnitude-earthquake-jolts-iran-iraq-border-area.html?cq_ck=1510533994347

http://www.metronews.ca/news/halifax/2017/11/12/man-covered-in-blood-seen-running-down-dartmouth-street-police.html?platform=hootsuite

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