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  • Police trying to find owner of a large sum of lost cash

    Meghan Groff 2

    Halifax Regional Police are looking for the owner of a large sum of money. They say an employee at Quinpool Centre found the cash around noon in the parking lot at 6169 Quinpool Road on Friday, December 19th. They say there was nothing to identify the owner. Police say money was inside an item along

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  • The Sheldon MacLeod Show – 4 pm

    Jenn MacNeil 0

    Thursday December 18, 2014 Thursday Throwndown Open Hour

  • The Sheldon MacLeod Show – 3 pm

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    Wednesday December 17, 2014 Darell Geddes tells us about donations to the Turkey Club. We discuss The Local Wishlist with Gillian Wesley. St. FX physics professor David Pink tells us about bees turning wax into medicine. Trade Centre Limited CEO Scott Furguson tells us about new seats for the Scotiabank Centre.

  • The Sheldon MacLeod Show – 2 pm

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    Monday December 15, 2014 We speak with Louis Brill, President and CEO of the Lung Association about Christmas Seals. We’re joined by John Dunsworth to discuss Santa Quest. Halifax Fire Chief Doug Trussler tells us about imposed changes to service.

  • The Sheldon MacLeod Show – 3 pm

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    Friday December 12, 2014 We’re joined by Todd Bishop, Head Teaching Professional/Coach at Bishop Brothers Golf School. We discuss Golden Globe nominations with Stephen Cooke. Film critic Leslie James tells us which movies are worth seeing this weekend. The Minister of International Trade, Ed Fast, joins us to discuss the importance of exports to Nova

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  • In this file photo, Dennis Oland leaves court after his preliminary inquiry in May. He has been ordered to stand trial in the 2011 death of his father, Dennis Oland.

    Dennis Oland finds out today whether he will stand trial in father’s death

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    SAINT JOHN, N.B. – A judge in New Brunswick will decide today whether Dennis Oland should stand trial on a charge of second-degree murder in the death of his father. Richard Oland was found dead in his Saint John office on July 7, 2011. The 69-year-old was a prominent businessman, a officer of the Order of

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  • Nova Scotia Supreme Court

    Nova Scotia court staff mistakenly imposed confidentiality orders, judge says

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    HALIFAX – A Nova Scotia judge says he’s discovered that court staff are mistakenly imposing confidentiality orders on some files related to the province’s new cyberbullying law. Judge Gerald Moir of the province’s Supreme Court called for a court hearing Thursday when he learned court staff told a Halifax media outlet it could not look

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  • The Rick Howe Show – 12 PM

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    Monday December 8, 2014 Atlantic Bureau Chief for CTV National News Todd Battis joins us to discuss evidence in the Justin Bourque case that has been released to the public. Kelly Currie Keogh tells us about a candlelight vigil for bereaved families. We discuss the War of 1812 with Deborah Trask from the Nova Scotia

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  • FILE - In this Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2012, file photo, a Norfolk Southern Railroad train pulls transport cars full of coal through central Illinois near Goodfield, Ill. Norfolk Southern Corp. says the weak economy contributed to a 27 percent drop in profits as the company hauled less coal and other merchandise. The railroad said Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2012, that it earned $402 million, or $1.24 per share, in the third quarter. That’s down from $554 million, or $1.59 per share, Norfolk Southern reported last year but in line with the revised forecast officials offered last month. (AP Photo/Seth Perlman)

    Regulatory hearings wrap up into closure of troubled Cape Breton rail line

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    SYDNEY, N.S. – Regulatory hearings into an application to permanently shut down a troubled Cape Breton rail line have concluded. Officials with parent company Genesee & Wyoming told the hearing that after a hefty rate increase last month left it with just three customers it decided to stop rail service as of Dec. 31 and

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  • Man killed on Cape Breton highway after car crashes down embankment

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    ENGLISHTOWN, N.S. – A 27-year-old man is dead after his vehicle crashed through a guardrail on Cape Breton’s Kellys Mountain and plunged down an embankment. RCMP responded to the accident Tuesday at the St. Anns look-off on Highway 105, not long after several motorists came across the crash scene. Police say the people noticed the

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