HALIFAX – Dozens of mourners marched in the rain to pay their respects to two foul-tempered fixtures of a Halifax community — a pair of geese who were run down at a crosswalk. Organizer Katy Jean estimated some 75 residents of Dartmouth, an independent enclave across the harbour from the city’s core, braved the downpour […]

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