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RCMP, Nova Scotia 11h
Hwy 3 in is expected to re open close to midnight
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RCMP, Nova Scotia 13h
Replying to @HfleckHeather
nope. Not yet. We will update here on twitter when it reopens
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RCMP, Nova Scotia 17h
due to a serious collision on Hwy 3 in , the road is closed between Haley Rd and Chebogue Rd.
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RCMP 21h
For the RCMP and other police agencies, physical fitness and well-being is a priority. Read more about the RCMP's national fitness strategy and how it's working to get all employees to exercise more, eat better and sleep well.
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RCMP, Nova Scotia 22h
Replying to @condon_riv
It sure should. Let us know where this happened and we'll contact the detachment commander.
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RCMP, Nova Scotia 22h
– Northwest Mounted Police at Pleasant Camp on the Dalton Trail circa 1889.
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RCMP, Nova Scotia 24h
Talented musician Reeny Smith performed Tuesday at headquarters for Diverstity Week. Her soul-inspired music was enjoyed by employees during lunch
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RCMP, Nova Scotia Jan 17
Hwy 107 remains closed between exits 20 and 21. It is expected to remain closed for several hours.
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Halifax_Police Jan 17
This app can help you find mental health resources for young people
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RCMP, Nova Scotia Jan 17
Replying to @paislangston
The Hwy remains closed at this time and the detour is still in effect.
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RCMP, Nova Scotia Jan 17
at scene of crash on hwy 107 between exits 20 & 21. Traffic being detoured at exit 20 & 21.
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RCMP, Nova Scotia Jan 17
Copper thieves are risking their safety, warns
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Nova Scotia EMO Jan 17
Snow has spread across NS. Will continue through tonight, tapering to flurries early Thursday am. Snow totals of 15-20 cm expected. There’s a risk of freezing rain over southern and central areas of NS tonight. Rain is likely over extreme southern coastal areas. .
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Nova Scotia EMO Jan 17
Low-pressure system will track towards the Maritimes. Snow expected to change over to rain tonight with a risk of freezing rain during the changeover. 10-15 cm across much of NS, with 15-20 cm over northern areas. Precipitation expected to end overnight.
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RCMP, Nova Scotia Jan 17
: adaptez votre conduite aux conditions routieres hivernales aujourd'hui ou vous pourriez vouz retrouver dans cette situation!
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RCMP, Nova Scotia Jan 17
be prepared for winter driving conditions today or your ride might feel something like this!
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RCMP, Nova Scotia Jan 17
Partners in Policing release impaired driving statistics for December
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RCMP, Nova Scotia Jan 17
seeking public's assistance with identifying persons of interest
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RCMP, Nova Scotia Jan 17
is reminding motorists that the stuff falling from the sky will make you fly so slow down.
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Halifax Traffic Jan 17
RT : Accident on 102 inbound just before Bedford. Travel trailer on it's side. Down to one lane.
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