Hot Headlines

Thursday May 24th 2018 

Mainly sunny & 13

Nova Scotia teachers will be voting next week to determine the new president of the NSTU. An election will be between Grant Frost & Paul Wozney. The ballot will not include current president of the NSTU, Liette Doucet.


The provincial government is delaying its call for offshore oil & gas exploration bids. Business Minister Geoff MacLellan says the timing isn’t necessarily great for the industry. He says the decision was made in order to issue the call for bids at a more opportune time of year.


Halifax regional council has voted to sell the historic Khyber building in downtown Halifax for $1. The Barrington Building Preservation Society has been working for 4 years to purchase & convert the now empty space into a community arts hub. The 130 year old heritage building has been vacant since 2014 due to building code violations.




WSH 4 – TB 0


LAA 5 – TOR 4


Posted in Annoucer Blogs, Dana Thompson, Hot Headlines

+ Follow Us

+ Hot 5 @ 5

Vote Now! The Hot 5 @ 5!

+ Upcoming Events

  1. Full Throttle Power Sports Can-Am Demo Day

    August 18 @ 9:30 am - 1:00 pm
  2. First Responders Appreciation Days

    August 18 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
  3. Hal-Con 2018!

    October 26 - October 28

+ On-Air & Shows