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Tuesday November 28th 2017 


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A fish plant in West Pubnico has been shut down by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency. The agency says food safety controls were not being implemented on a consistent basis. The plant will not be allowed to resume operations until the agency is confident it can operate safely.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/west-pubnico-fish-plant-shut-down-1.4422007


Negotiating teams for Acadia University’s board of governors and faculty association have reached a tentative contract agreement. Professors, instructors, and librarians at the Wolfville university had been in a position to walk off the job yesterday morning. The tentative deal was reached at 6AM yesterday so classes went ahead for the day as scheduled.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/acadia-university-tentative-deal-reached-1.4420761


After more than 4 months and a number of construction setbacks, Halifax’s St. Margarets Bay Road will reopen Friday December 1st. The city says crews will still be on site in December to complete landscaping, driveways and to cleanup. The road will initially open with an altered centre line to help with the remaining work, but two-way traffic will be maintained.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/st-margarets-bay-road-to-reopen-friday-1.4421870


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