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Tuesday April 2nd 2019 

Tomorrow: Special Weather Statement in Effect up to 70mm of rain in some parts of the province. Also some wet snow mixed in could make for some messy road conditions.
Today: Sunny. High 8.

The NSTU is downplaying the impact a grievance they filed could have on hundreds of early childhood educators that are staffing pre-primary programs. If the NSTU grievance is successful, all early childhood educators would be replaced by certified teachers. Head of the NSTU Paul Wozney says he understands why the letter is upsetting but the goal was to protect the unions members.


A Nova Scotian massage therapist is facing 9 counts of sexual assault by 7 different women. 53 year old Martin Huybers is still allowed to massage women supervised in Elmsdale until his trial this fall. Huybers says he would never do anything to harm or abuse a patient.


A Nova Scotia school teacher who assaulted a student has completed restorative justice and will not have a criminal record. Last September 55 year old Paul O’Toole was teaching at Musquodoboit Rural High School when an altercation happened between himself and a 17 year old male student. O’Toole was placed on leave after the incident and has not been paid.


In Sports,
In the NHL,
Leafs took the Islanders 2-1
Florida beat Ottawa 5-2
Chicago lost to Winnipeg 4-3
Calgary swept LA 7-2
And Vegas beat the Oilers 3-1
In the NBA,
Raptors beat Orlando 121-109
In the Majors,
Baltimore beat the Toronto Blue Jays 6-5
And your Halifax Mooseheads beat the Quebec Rempart last night in Moose Country 6-1. The series is now tied 3 games each. Game 7 is tonight on home ice.


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