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Wednesday January 31st 2018 

Light snow this morning then clearing. Windy. High -7.

A 30 year old man is recovering in hospital after he accidentally shot himself last night in Halifax. Officers responded to gunshots near Uniacke Street & Olympic Court around 9:00 where a man was found with gunshot wounds to his leg. The man is now facing 8 gun-related charges and it due for court.


A controversial statue of Edward Cornwallis, the military officer who founded Halifax in 1749, will soon be temporarily removed. Yesterday the city’s regional council voted 12-4 in favour of the figure to be removed from Cornwallis Park in Halifax. It will be placed in storage as the city figures out the best way to commemorate Halifax’s founder.


Health Canada has recalled a number of Farmers, Natrel, and Northumberland brand milk & cream products after they were exposed to cleaning solution. The products were sold in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, PEI & Newfoundland with expiry dates ranging from January 30th to March 9th. No illness’ have been reported so far.




CAR 2 – OTT 1

STL 3 – MTL 1

WPG 3 – TB 1

VGK 4 – CGY 2

VAN 4 – COL 3

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