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 CBC Nova Scotia News Headlines

Police watchdog investigating controversial arrest at Halifax Walmart

Tuesday, 21, January, 2020


Nova Scotia's police watchdog is investigating the controversial arrest of a young black woman at a Halifax Walmart that occurred last week and wants to speak to witnesses.

Premier reaffirms no new effluent will enter Boat Harbour after January

Tuesday, 21, January, 2020

Boat Harbour

Pictou Landing First Nation Chief Andrea Paul is expressing concern that although Boat Harbour will stop receiving effluent from Northern Pulp at the end of January, it will still be several months before the former tidal estuary is completely closed to all materials from the mill.

CBC Nova Scotia News January 21, 2020

Tuesday, 21, January, 2020

CBC Nova Scotia News January 21, 2020

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CBC you later! TV building coming down to make way for Halifax hospital expansion

Tuesday, 21, January, 2020

CBC Television building 1840 Bell Road

The Nova Scotia government has issued a tender to demolish the historic CBC building on Bell Road that has hosted popular national television programs like Don Messer's Jubilee, Street Cents and This Hour Has 22 Minutes.

The story behind the national anthem of the Mi'kmaq

Tuesday, 21, January, 2020

Trevor Sanipass

Information Morning's Mi'kmaw culture columnist explains why the song is sacred to the Mi'kmaq.

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