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“My entire life is just kind of put on hold with this."

Students across Nova Scotia are speaking out on social media following the provincial teachers union’s decision to implement work-to-rule job action on its members.

#BenchedStudents: N.S. students take to social media to protest work-to-rule job action

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Police in Moncton are looking for two 15-year-olds who haven’t been heard from in over a week.

Police seek two missing 15-year-olds from Moncton

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Today marks the 99th anniversary of the Halifax Explosion, which killed and injured thousands of residents on Dec. 6, 1917.

Here is the aftermath of the explosion in photos.

In Pictures: The explosion that devastated Halifax

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yesterday at 15:06. Facebook
A study by researchers at Dalhousie University estimates food inflation will increase in 2017, driven by a falling loonie and U.S. president-elect Donald Trump's first year in the White House.

Food prices overall are expected to rise between three and five per cent, with meat (especially chicken and pork), vegetables, fish and other seafood among those projected to jump by four to six per cent.

Families to spend up to $420 more on groceries, restaurants in 2017: report

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“My card kept declining. I had to drop everything and went back to work and that's when I realized $200 was taken from my account. They literally left me with $30 in my account.”

April McKinnon says after leaving the Credit Union branch, she stopped to get groceries. When she arrived at the checkout, she knew something was wrong.

Glace Bay woman has bank account emptied after leaving debit card in ATM

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Woodstock High School's hockey team has been suspended for the remainder of the season following questionable conduct at a party away from school property.

Woodstock High School suspends hockey team for conduct at rookie party

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12/05/2016 at 23:39. Facebook
"I think it's unfair what's happening to teachers, and it's not right having government lock out my kids so they can't attend education."

N.S. parents, students rally for teachers following school closures

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12/05/2016 at 20:26. Facebook
Many Nova Scotia teachers took to social media on Monday, documenting their empty classrooms with the hashtag #ReadyToTeach.

Ready To Teach: N.S. teachers document empty classrooms on social media

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12/05/2016 at 19:45. Facebook
"We are confident the Nova Scotia Teachers Union has modified its directives in such a way that schools can now open safely."

Education Minister Karen Casey said at an afternoon news conference on Tuesday that the original decision to close schools was needed to ensure student safety, citing risks posed by the union's job action.

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12/05/2016 at 17:29. Facebook
"One way to potentially interpret this is that the Trudeau government has shown that they're willing to approve projects that will get our resources to market."

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau last week announced that work can proceed on the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain and Enbridge Line 3 pipelines, but that has raised speculation the federal government and the oil industry might see less need...
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Energy East still needed despite approval for western pipelines: N.B. premier

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12/05/2016 at 16:25. Facebook
Arger Albert was last seen around 1 p.m. Sunday in Carquet, N.B. The RCMP say he left his home on chemin du Portage to go to the Caraquet wharf, but he didn’t return home when expected.

Family members found his car parked at the wharf, but efforts to locate Albert have been unsuccessful.

Search for missing 81-year-old man underway in northeastern N.B.

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12/05/2016 at 14:25. Facebook
UPDATE: A Nova Scotia Teachers Union source originally confirmed talks were taking place, but following the recess vote in the house, union president Liette Doucet said she was unaware of any formalized talks.

Neither Premier Stephen McNeil nor Education Minister Karen Casey were on hand for the house vote.

Doucet said the government had reached out to union officials for some...
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N.S. government delays teachers' contract bill as schools shut to students

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12/05/2016 at 11:51. Facebook
"There was no superintendent in this province who could say to us, 'We can guarantee that the child will be safe. I knew that they were nervous, I was nervous. We had to make a decision that would protect students."


Karen Casey said Sunday that she recognizes the school closures are an "inconvenience" but concerns for students' safety have to take precedence, given what she says are the...
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Public schools in N.S. could be closed for up to a week: education minister

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12/04/2016 at 22:48. Facebook
“We know how other families feel now and our heart goes out to everybody that's lost somebody through violence.”

Over 100 people marched through Stellarton, N.S., on Sunday to honour the memory of Catherine Campbell, who was serving as a police officer in Truro before being killed in September of 2015.

Stellarton residents rally to honour memory of Catherine Campbell

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12/04/2016 at 21:33. Facebook
"We really want people to know this isn't just about students. It isn't just about the teachers, this isn't just about the government. This affects all of us."

As Nova Scotia parents rush to find alternative child care options following the provincial government’s decision to shut down schools, some students are taking to the streets to show support for their teachers.

N.S. students hold rally in Kentville following school closures

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12/04/2016 at 19:35. Facebook
Thousands of dollars were raised for children in need once again at this year's Christmas Daddies Telethon. Here are some of the highlights.

IN PICTURES: Christmas Daddies Telethon

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12/04/2016 at 17:53. Facebook
A fire department in western New Brunswick that lost their station to arson more than two years ago is now rising above the ashes.

Western N.B. fire station reopens following suspicious blaze

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12/03/2016 at 23:12. Facebook
More than $475,000 was raised for children in need at the 53rd-annual Christmas Daddies Telethon on Saturday. Thanks to everyone who donated!

53rd-annual Christmas Daddies Telethon raises over $475,000

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12/03/2016 at 17:34. Facebook
Nova Scotia schools will be closed to students on Monday, but teachers and staff are expected to show up at work.

Nova Scotia closing all schools Monday as teachers start job action

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12/03/2016 at 15:03. Facebook
After a 17 hour standoff, the 38-year-old Halifax man exited the building, and was taken into police custody without incident.

He will appear in Halifax provincial court on Dec. 5.

Standoff ends at Halifax tattoo parlour after man surrenders to police

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