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Thursday February 22nd 2018 

Sunny this morning then clouding over this afternoon high 0

The Nova Scotia Teachers Union has announced that the majority of its members voted in favour of illegal job action. President of the NSTU, Liette Doucet, wants Education Minister Zach Churchill and the premier to meet with them to discuss the recommendations of the Glaze report. Doucet did not specify what kind of illegal job action teachers would take if the government didn’t respond.


Police are looking for 2 men involved in a home invasion where a 71 year old man was assaulted & robbed. Police responded to the report on Abbey Road in Spryfield around 9:00PM Sunday. Anyone with information is asked to contact police.


It could be weeks before repairs are completed on the MacKay Bridge after a tractor trailer drove into and damaged a toll booth. The truck became stuck in one of the middle, Halifax bound toll booths designed just for cars around 8:00AM yesterday. No one was injured.


Chicago beat the Sens 3-2
Golden Knights took the Flames 7-3
Ducks had a win over the Stars 2-0

1st place Norway 33 medals
2nd place Germany 24 medals
3rd place Canada 22 medals

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