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Baby don’t forget my number

There comes a time in every student’s life when they just need to reach out and touch someone. Depending on the situation, your student handbook might not be much help. Clip and save this handy phone list for the wild ride ahead.

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Ice safety recording: 490-3577ALC winning lotto numbers: 468-1072Bargain Hunter voice personals: 422-3337Happy Harry’s used building materials: 468-2319Environment Canada Weather: 426-9090Marine forecast line: 426-9600 Animal control: 468-9219Pest control: 468-9430 Seized vehicle inquiries: 490-5109Non-emergency police line: 490-5020HRM Emergency Measures: 490-5400Marriage licences: 490-4000 Crime Stoppers: 422-8477Lost and found: 490-5152School crossing guard unit: 490-5168Misleading advertising: 1-800-348-5358Copyrights/patents: 1-800-668-1010Canadian Security Intelligence Service: 420-5900Maritime Film Classification Board: 424-4498Alcohol and Gaming Authority: 424-6160NS Labour Standards: 424-4311NS Office of the Ombudsman: 424-6780Poison Information Centre: 428-8161Tattoo removal: 425-1160Metro Animal Emergency Clinic: 468-0674Planned Parenthood: 455-9656Mayor Peter Kelly: 490-4010Municipal clerk: 490-4210Food Bank Metro: 457-1900Halifax Regional Library reference desk at Spring Garden location: 490-5710VIA Rail: 1-888-842-7245Acadian Lines: 454-9321NS Legal Aid Halifax: 420-6583NS Human Rights Commission: 424-4111Equifax: 1-800-465-7166Public works & Transportation: 490-6203Halifax Regional Water Commission’s emergency number: 490-4810Landlord/tenant rules: 424-5200

Originally published September 1, 2005.

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