Food for thought, Scotian-style

Food for thought, Scotian-style

posted by WENDIE L. POITRAS, Feb 4/16

I want to promote African Nova Scotian culture, and food is a big part of it. comments      0

14 of the best datasets inside Nova Scotia's new open data portal

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14 of the best datasets inside Nova Scotia's new open data portal

posted by JACOB BOON, Feb 5/16

Provincial government opens some of its books. comments      0


Dalhousie may increase fees 28 percent for some students

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Dalhousie may increase fees 28 percent for some students

posted by JACOB BOON, Feb 4/16

Budget committee also recommends a three percent general tuition hike. comments      3


Access to justice is more than a buzzword at IDEALaw

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Access to justice is more than a buzzword at IDEALaw

posted by JACOB BOON, Feb 4/16

Bienniel conference takes place this weekend at Dalhousie. comments      0


Indigenous mental health an overlooked priority

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Indigenous mental health an overlooked priority

posted by MICHAEL LIGHTSTONE, Feb 4/16

Friendship Centre staff not qualified for clinical diagnoses. comments      0


On the sledge of their seats: A sledge hockey breakdown

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On the sledge of their seats: A sledge hockey breakdown

posted by JONATHAN BRIGGINS, Feb 4/16

Paralympic sport shoots to score in Nova Scotia. comments      0


Abode settles in on Almon Street

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Abode settles in on Almon Street

posted by ALLISON SAUNDERS, Feb 4/16

Mid-century modern and Scandinavian designs nest in the north end comments      0


Free Will Astrology

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Free Will Astrology

posted by ROB BREZSNY, Feb 4/16

So whatcha want, Cancer? comments      0


Quick hits

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Quick hits

posted by DAN SAVAGE, Feb 4/16

A snow-covered pile of succinct questions and answers, from open relationships to a language lesson. comments      0


Letters to the editor, February, 2016

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Letters to the editor, February, 2016

Feb 4/16

These are the letters and comments from the print edition comments      1


Plan B has a new plan

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Plan B has a new plan

posted by TRENT ERICKSON, Feb 4/16

A new in-store cafe aims to stabilize the merchants' co-op's finances comments      0


City council throws some shade at Nova Scotia’s fiscal health

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City council throws some shade at Nova Scotia’s fiscal health

posted by JACOB BOON, Feb 3/16

Halifax looks at $10 million reserve to fund $75 million in capital projects. comments      4


Mount Allison’s plan to gut its women’s studies program

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Mount Allison’s plan to gut its women’s studies program

posted by JACOB BOON, Feb 2/16

New Brunswick university could kill underfunded minor despite its popularity. comments      3


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