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Tuesday November 14th 2017 


2cm of snow this morning. Risk of freezing drizzle. High 5.


The head coach of the Acadia Axemen football team says the confusion of whether his team would play in the Loney Bowl is putting his team at a disadvantage. The Axemen will play the SMU Huskies today at 2PM in Wolfville. The game is only happening because the Nova Scotia Supreme Court ruled on Sunday that it must go ahead.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/acadia-prepares-for-loney-bowl-after-court-decision-1.4400333


Justin Trudeau, who’s currently visiting the Philippines, is being asked to take Canadian waste back home with him. There’s approximately 100 stranded containers crammed with thousands of tons of rotting trash from Canada that has lingered in the Port of Manila for years. The shipments were allowed into the country because they were disguised as recyclable plastics.

http://www.metronews.ca/news/canada/2017/11/13/filipinos-urge-trudeau-to-take-out-canadian-trash-still-festering-in-manila.html


Fishermen in Cape Breton are worried about the impact that planned seismic testing at the Donkin mine will have on their lobster grounds. Similar tests in the area in the past have killed lobster and snow crab eggs. Community meetings about the seismic testing are being held tonight in Cape Breton.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/cape-breton-seismic-testing-donkin-mine-lobster-fishermen-1.4400248


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