Help RCMP find stolen truck

GOFFS: Halifax District RCMP is asking for public help to locate a stolen truck.  The truck was stolen between 6 p.m. on Oct. 19 and 8:45 a.m. on OcT. 20 from a business parking lot on Sky Blvd. in Goffs, Nova Scotia.   The truck is a black 2013 Dodge Ram with a small dent...

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‘Significant’ damage caused in Goffs house fire

GOFFS: A residence in the 2300 block of Old Guysburough Road sustained “significant damage” as a result of a mid-afternoon fire on July 31 in Goffs. At 2:30 p.m. a 911 call was received of smoke and fire at a house next to the caller’s home. Station 45 Fall River was at Halifax Stanfield Airport...

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Tractor-trailer driver arrested for drug-impaired driving

GOFFS: Halifax District RCMP have arrested a 22-year-old man for driving a tractor-trailer impaired by drug. Just after 3 a.m. on May 10, an off duty police officer driving behind a tractor-trailer on Hwy. 102 noticed it swerving all over the road. The off duty officer contacted dispatch to report the driver. When police arrived, the driver showed signs of drug impairment and failed the Drug...

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Tiffany Chase assuming new role with HIAA

GOFFS: Halifax International Airport Authority (HIAA) has appointed Tiffany Chase as Director, Public Affairs & Marketing. Tiffany will work with Theresa Rath Spicer, the outgoing Director, until Theresa departs HIAA at the end of the month. Theresa has chosen to pursue teaching and freelancing opportunities. Tiffany has more than 18 years of experience in communications...

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Halifax Stanfield continues to grow

United Airlines announces non-stop service to Chicago GOFFS: United Airlines recently announced a new nonstop service to Chicago O’Hare, adding to the growing list of US destinations from Halifax Stanfield that Atlantic Canadians can benefit from in 2019 and beyond. United’s service to Chicago is the third new destination already announced for 2019, following the...

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HIAA gets federal money for air cargo park

HALIFAX STANFIELD: The Halifax International Airport Authority (HIAA) has received federal funding to the tune of $18 million for an air cargo logistics park. The Honourable Marc Garneau, Minister of Transport, announced an investment for the development of the Halifax Stanfield Air Cargo Logistics Park. HIAA submitted a revised, unsolicited application to the federal government...

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Asphalt being removed from former Airport off-ramp

GOFFS: Beginning on November 19, Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal began to remove the asphalt from the former off-ramp for Exit 6 on Highway 102 outbound. As it exists today, all inbound traffic to the airport enters into a single lane until on airport property, where a second lane begins near the new Halifax Stanfield sign....

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Roads to be named at Halifax Stanfield

HALIFAX STANFIELD: Two significant individuals in Nova Scotia and Canadian aviation history will have roads named after them at Halifax Stanfield International Airport, the airport announced in a release. Major Walter Peters was Canada’s first black jet fighter pilot and an air force flying instructor from Litchfield, Nova Scotia. Mabel Hubbard Bell was a tireless...

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Halifax Stanfield recognized for environmental commitments

ENFIELD: Halifax Stanfield’s environmental sustainability efforts were recognized this week at the Airports Council International – North America (ACI-NA) conference in Nashville, Tennessee. Joyce Carter, President & CEO of Halifax International Airport Authority, and several members of the Senior Leadership Team received a Certificate of Accreditation at the ACI’s Airport Carbon Accreditation ceremony, signifying an...

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RCMP investigate theft of spare tires

GOFFS: Halifax District RCMP is reminding owners of trucks to take steps to ensure their vehicle is left in a secure location after receiving 4 complaints of spare tires stolen off parked trucks over the past month. All 4 trucks were parked in parking lots for extended periods of time when the owners returned to...

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