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HALIFAX – Debate heats up on future of downtown Halifax [Metro]
PEI – Historical colours rejected for restoration project [CBC]
HALIFAX – Zoning problems with a Twist [Chronicle Herald]
TRURO – Truro residents lose battle against 102-unit residential development  [Chronicle Herald]
FREDERICTON – Council to decide if condos get green light [Daily Gleaner]
HALIFAX – Roofing torch accident sparked Dal fire [Chronicle Herald]



NS & NFLD – Truckers threaten ferry protest [CBC]
NB – Bouctouche eyes transit link to Moncton [CBC]
SAINT JOHN – Bridge repairs on schedule but negotiations in limbo [Telegraph Journal]
ST-JOHN’S – Tender called for replacement of Kenmount Road overpass [Telegram]



CHARLOTTETOWN – Charlottetown sewage costly for fishermen [CBC]
HALIFAX – Grand Parade monument will honour peace officers [Chronicle Herald]
HALIFAX – Beaches reopen [Chronicle Herald]
SAINT JOHN – Geopark will appeal to a large audience [ Telegraph Journal]


NS – More time to enjoy a tipple [Chronicle Herald]
HALIFAX – The Chaudhrys’ Ongoing Struggle to Settle in Halifax [Media Co-op]
HRM – Goat won’t be ‘charged’ after butting kid [Metro]