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Friday February 23rd 2018 

Sunny. High zero.

Education minister Zach Churchill met with the Nova Scotia Teachers Union yesterday. They have all agreed to keep what was discussed confidential. On Tuesday 93% of the union’s public school members voted and results showed that over 80% supported illegal job action.


The province’s fire marshal has confirmed that the fire that claimed the lives of 4 children in Nova Scotia last month was ignited by heat coming from a wood stove. The origin of the fire was around the chimney. The two storey home in Pubnico Head was engulfed in flames by the time firefighters arrived, just 11 minutes after receiving a call for help on January 7th.


The Canadian Football League’s commissioner will be in Halifax today. Randy Ambrosie says the league has made Halifax the sole non-franchise city on his national tour. He’ll be holding a public town hall downtown at noon.



The Leafs had a 4-3 win over the NY Islanders
Habs took the NY Rangers 3-1
Tampba Bay beat Ottawa 4-3
Calgary had a 5-2 win over Arizona
Colorado Avalanche lost to the Edmonton Oilers 3-2

Canada 3rd place 27

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