Today, clouds, wind & 3.
Tonight, a small chance of showers & 2.
Tmrw., clouds, showers/rain, wind & 5.
Wed., clouds, showers & 5.
A 4 year old girl is dead after falling under a passing float in the Yarmouth Santa Claus parade over the weekend.
RCMP say it happened just before 7PM Saturday.
Police say she fell under the float, was then transported to hospital where shortly after arriving, she was pronounced dead.
The investigation continues.
Halifax Regional Police says it’s investigating the latest homicide in the region.
It says just before 9PM Friday, it responded to a weapons call on Clovis Street in Halifax.
It says 25 year old Ryan Michael Nehiley died after being transported to hospital.
Investigators believe the victim was shot inside his home and police don’t believe this incident is random.
A 31 year old Sackville man is facing charges after police seize guns and drugs during a home search.
RCMP say Thursday, it searched a home on Cockburn Drive and Hamilton Drive in Middle Sackville.
It seized a large quantity of cocaine, cutting agent, cash and two handguns with ammunition.
The man was arrested, held in custody and was in court Friday.
He faces charges for Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking, Possess Equipment Used in Trafficking and Production of Cocaine, and several Firearm Offences.
The investigation is continuing.
VIA Rail passengers are being offered alternative transportation as well as a full refund or the possibility to change their reservation to a later date.
According to Global News, that’s what the rail company is doing after three cars derailed early Sunday morning in the maintenance centre yard.
It says, the train was scheduled to depart Halifax at 1PM, but the trip has been cancelled.
Global News says this is Via Rail’s second incident this week.
It says on Friday, a staff member was sent to hospital after clipping under a train in Truro.
It says the 63 year old suffered life threatening injuries and was transported to a Halifax hospital.
Environment Canada says a special weather statement is in effect for Halifax Metro and Halifax County West and to expect messy weather and strong winds mid-week.
It says a pair of low pressure systems will bring rain, snow and wind to the province tomorrow and then again Wednesday night and Thursday.
Warnings may be issued for wind, rain or snow.