Monday April 29th 2019
Sunny & 7
A warning has been issued after a possible measles exposure at the Halifax Infirmary. Someone from Saint John who was confirmed to have a case of measles visited the QEII on April 17th. Officials are asking anyone with symptoms such as a rash, red eyes and fatigue to contact a doctor immediately.
3 people are seriously injured after 2 separate car collisions on Nova Scotia highways. Yesterday morning a 27 year old man was flown to hospital after a collision on Highway 101 near Waterville. And on Saturday night 2 New Brunswick women, ages 21 & 22, were sent to hospital after a collision on Highway 142 near Springhill. The causes of the accidents are under investigation.
A medical clinic in Lower Sackville will close its doors this week due to a shortage of doctors. The Community Care Walk-in Clinic in the Lawtons Drugs store on Cobequid Road will shut down tomorrow. Last year the clinic had over 20,000 visitors, making this closure a big loss.
WestJet has suspended several of its routes due to the ongoing grounding of Boeing’s 737 Max 8 airplanes. Canada grounded the jets last month after 2 deadly crashes, joining other countries on the initiative. Investigations show there was malfunctioning software that forced the planes nose down, giving the pilots little time to correct the error.
Carolina took the Islanders 2-1
Colorado beat the Sharks 4-3
In the Majors,
Jays had a 5-4 win over Oakland
And your Halifax Mooseheads beat Drummondville 2-1 in overtime, we now advance to the President Cup Final against the Huskies, first game is in Quebec on Thursday