Update on SNMG-2

SNMG-2 is due in Halifax on the 31st. At last check, It was made up of
FGS Niedersachsen (FFG) (Germany)
HMCS Regina (FFH) (Canada)
TCG Kemalreis (FFG) (Turkey)
USS Leyte Gulf (CG)(American)

USS Leyte Gulf and FGS Niedersachsen are confirmed attendees from various sources.
Halifax may see a west coast frigate.

Stand by for more details.
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Manulife to Increase Presence in Halifax

Manulife, an anchor financial services employer in the province announced plans today, July 29, to continue expanding operations in Halifax.

The expansion will include new career opportunities in a variety of positions including claims processing, underwriting, contact centre and management.

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When You Asked Me To Marry You

Guest Post on Mommy Miracles

Writing Vows

When Laura asked me to write for her Marriage Vows series, I thought it would be a breeze. I had all these ideas: I would write about our “contract” and what works for our marriage, my ideas for inexpensive dates, or how having an interracial Hispanic-Asian Indian marriage has impacted us.

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Is This Your Cat? Smokey Drive Area #Sackville

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“This yellow eyed beauty has been camping out with us on Smokey drive for the past week or so. Super friendly kitty who doesn’t appear to be very old. if anyone recognizes her please let me know ! This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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Guest Post: OhMissNAILS

Guest post by @ohmissnails! Shelly is such a sweetheart and her nail journey has been incredible to watch! Check her out (: "Hello Alicia's lovely followers! Alicia asked me to do a guest post for her while she was on vacation (my first guest post ever I should add) and of course I accepted! At first I was thinking I'd do a vacation themed mani since she is on vacation and all.

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Department Considering Regional Lobster Levy to Support Quality Project

Nova Scotia is committed to a provincewide lobster levy to promote generic marketing and is also considering a quality pilot project in one region, supported by another levy.

"We are committed to a two-cent levy on Nova Scotia lobster landings to support generic marketing of Canadian lobster as recommended by the Maritime Lobster Panel," said Fisheries and Aquaculture Minister Keith Colwell.

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