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A Massive Great White Shark Has Been Swimming Near Nova Scotia & You Can Track His Journey

Ironbound weighs almost 1,000 pounds!

A huge great white shark is in Nova Scotia's waters and you can follow along with his journey through the ocean.

Ocearch, a non-profit organization that researches sharks, recently tweeted that the humongous shark named Ironbound had made his way to Nova Scotia. He was pinged just off the coast of Lockeport on the province's southern coast on July 13.

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A 'Tropical Cyclone' Statement Has Been Issued For Nova Scotia As A Storm Heads For Canada

The weather system from North Carolina could send storms to Canada this week.

On Monday, June 14, The Weather Network noted that a new "tropical depression" has formed off the coast of North Carolina.

"It could strengthen into a tropical storm as it moves away from land," said the Network. "The system's remnants could send tropical moisture to Atlantic Canada on Wednesday."

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Halifax Residents Got Told To Avoid A Lake After An ‘Unknown Issue’ Killed Several Animals

A drinking water alert was put out early on Thursday morning.

The Nova Scotia government is investigating a lake after a Halifax drinking water advisory was issued late on Wednesday, June 9.

The advisory warned residents that an "unknown issue" with the water in Grand Lake — half an hour north of Halifax — has sent one citizen to hospital and caused several animals to die.

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Nova Scotia Just Revealed Its 5-Phase Reopening Plan & Here's What You Need To Know

Phase 1 starts on June 2nd!

Premier Iain Rankin and Dr. Robert Strang, Nova Scotia's chief medical officer of health, announced on Friday, May 28, that Nova Scotia's reopening plan will be kicking off on June 2. Rankin also detailed each phase of the five-step plan.

Phase 1 is ready to move ahead because the target has been reached of having 50% of the population receive their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.

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Police Called Over A Mannequin Illegally Dining In A Halifax Restaurant (PHOTO)

Turns out it was just a "model citizen!"

A local Halifax restaurant had a completely unexpected run-in with the Halifax Regional Police Thursday morning.

It was all over a mannequin posed at one of the tables at the Ardmore Tea Room that was accidentally mistaken for a person illegally dining indoors, which prompted someone to call the cops.

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Nova Scotia Ramps Up COVID-19 Fines After Partiers Bragged About Their $1K Fines

They flaunted photos with the caption "Tickets on tickets #worthit."

Nova Scotia's COVID-19 fines have been ramped up following a huge party in Halifax that began on Friday night.

Just hours after a new lockdown was announced for the Halifax Regional Municipality and some surrounding areas, police responded to reports of a large social gathering on Jubilee Road on Saturday morning at around 1 a.m.

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