ROCK 105.1’s What’s Trending? November 21st

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A 60 year old man is dead after a hunting accident in a wooded area near Rifle Range Road.
RCMP say it happened Monday night.
It says the victim and 41 year old man were hunting and following a deer when they became seperated.
The younger man shot at what he thought was the deer and accidentally caused a fatal injury to the 60 year old man.
Police and EHS attended the scene and weren’t able to revive the older man.
The incident is still being investigated

A taxi driver is facing a summary offense ticket for failing to yeild to a pedestrian in a marked crosswalk.
Halifax Regional Police say this morning just before 1AM at Spring Garden Road and South Park Street the taxi hit 2 women who had a walk signal and were proceeding southbound across Spring Garden Road.
The taxi was turning onto Spring Garden Road when it happened.
The 26 and 33 year old were knocked to the ground.
One was treated for minor injuries in hospital and is expected to be discharged this morning

Nova Scotia women received the Order of Canada yesterday in Ottawa.
Jocelyn Downie, a Dal law professor, was recognized for helping frame the way Canada treats people who want a medically assisted death.
Elizabeth Cromwell, the founder of the Black Loyalist Heritage Society, was recognized for helping preserve and promote black history.

A 15 year old is out of hospital after being treated for non-life threatening injuries after being assaulted with a knife, by another 15 year old boy.
RCMP says just after noon Monday it responded to the assault in a wooded area in Lockview Rd. In Fall River.
The suspect was taken into custody and victim was taken to hospital.
RCMP day the accused was held in custody and was scheduled for court yesterday to answer to charges including, Aggravated Assault, Possession of Weapon for Dangerous Purpose, Extortion, Uttering Threats and Robbery
RCMP day the investigation continues.

Nova Scotia has signed a sister-province agreement with the Province of Guangdong, China.
Premier Stephen McNeil signed the agreement on Sunday, November 18th.
Premier McNeil says the agreement builds on economic opportunities for Nova Scotia, in areas of seafood, agri-food, and other exports, tourism, education, and culture.
Provincial exports to China reached 604-million dollars in 2017, up from 150-million dollars in 2012.

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