All-You-Can-Eat Sushi Quest: Genji Sushi

Lunch: $16.99 + tax

Dinner: $23.99 + tax

(add $1 Fri-Sun)

10% off when paying cash

Types of Sushi: nigiri, hand rolls, maki, sushi pizza

Sashimi Options: 7 (salmon, white tuna, surf clam, red snapper, egg, “crab”, mackerel)

House Special Rolls available: 21 (dinner only)

Vegetarian Options: 3 House Special rolls (dinner only), 9 regular rolls, 2 nigiri (+egg)

Tempura Options: sweet potato, mixed vegetable, pumpkin, jumpo shrimp, calamari, crab meat

Kitchen Selections: teppanyaki, fried rice, noodle dishes & soups, stir fries, Japanese pancakes, dim sum, skewers, deep fried items

Dessert: ice cream (vanilla, strawberry, green tea, mango, chocolate, red bean)

Link to Menu

Genji Sushi has a large, clean dining room right on the Dartmouth side of the old bridge.

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Dyke Road evacuation order lifted, Grand Desert, N.S.



Halifax District RCMP wish to advise citizens that the evacuation order on Dyke Rd has been lifted.

As a result of interagency cooperation over the last two days, emergency responders and chemists have worked diligently to identify and safely seal or remove any hazardous and volatile chemicals from the scene. There is no threat to public safety at the Dyke Rd. scene.

Police would once again like to thank citizens for their cooperation.




Source: Release

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Tuesday’s Blizzard

Blizzard: peak winds and snow falls

Environment Canada has upgraded to Blizzard warnings; from Winter Storm Warnings.  While Winter Storm Warnings advise the public on a hazardous combination of heavy wintry precipitation and damaging winds, a Blizzard Warning indicates the additional dangers related to extended periods of near zero visibilities.

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Release: NS Power Prepares For Winter Storm

HALIFAX, NS – Nova Scotia Power is preparing for a severe storm that’s expected to bring heavy snowfall and high winds to Nova Scotia overnight and through Tuesday, and is encouraging customers to be prepared, as well. Outages will likely be caused by snow and ice buildup on electrical equipment and high winds causing trees or branches to fall onto power lines.
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Court Issues Directions in Electoral Boundaries Proceedings

The Court of Appeal is directing interested parties to file an application if they want to intervene in court proceedings about a recommendation of the 2012 Report of the Electoral Boundaries Commission to abolish three Acadian electoral districts.

In October, the attorney general made a reference to the Court of Appeal, asking it for an opinion on eliminating the three Acadian districts formerly known as Clare, Argyle and Richmond.

The Court of Appeal directed that any person or group interested in participating in the reference should file an application to intervene. The court will hear the applications March 26.

Intervenors are parties the court deems qualified to present argument on the two key questions the Court of Appeal is attempting to answer:

-- Was abolishing the three electoral districts a violation of section three of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms?
-- If it was a violation, is the legislation covered under section one of the Charter, which guarantees rights and freedoms, subject to limits in law and justified in a free and democratic society.

After the hearing for intervenors, the Court of Appeal will set dates for next steps in the proceedings.

The release on the province's reference to the court of appeal is available at http://novascotia.ca/news/release/?id=20141003006 .


Source: Release
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Dyke Road evacuation order lifted, Grand Deseet, N.S.



Halifax District RCMP wish to advise citizens that the evacuation order on Dyke Rd has been lifted.

As a result of interagency cooperation over the last two days, emergency responders and chemists have worked diligently to identify and safely seal or remove any hazardous and volatile chemicals from the scene. There is no threat to public safety at the Dyke Rd. scene.

Police would once again like to thank citizens for their cooperation.


Source: Release

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Top 5 Unintentionally Embarrassing Car Names

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By Kevin Harrison

What’s in a name? Well, a lot depending on what language you speak and what culture you belong to.

Automakers know this and therefore rely heavily on their research departments to make sure the name they come up with for an upcoming model doesn’t mean something unintentional in other markets.

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Update on Dyke Road, Halifax, N.S.



An investigation into a residence on Dyke Rd., Grand Desert continues following the arrest of a man earlier today by Ottawa Police Service.

On January 19th, a concerned citizen alerted police about a suspicious package on Lakeridge Crescent, Cole Harbour.

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