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Tuesday December 11th 2018 

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After more than 600 employees lost their jobs at the ServiCom call centre in Sydney, the former director of operations is optimistic about a new buyer. Todd Riley says he has had many conversations with a serious American buyer, a potential deal that could lead to the operation reopening. There’s no word yet on the name of the buyer.


Ottawa & the provincial government have announced they will provide close to $10 million for a cultural hub in downtown Halifax. The new facility will be constructed in the former World Trade and Convention Centre and will have a performance stage, dance studio, TV production centre and office spaces for non-profit cultural groups. The final funding piece is a million dollars from the city, which regional council is expected to vote on today.


A woman who reported her SUV stolen from Hammonds Plains has not only got her vehicle back, it was returned with a full tank of gas. On Sunday the woman parked her car on Hammonds Plains Road beside an identical vehicle, entered a business & when she came back out it was gone. It turns out the driver of the other SUV had gotten in and managed to drive away before realizing it wasn’t his.




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