Ice Breakers shatters your idea of hockey history

A new documentary highlights the history of Black hockey players in the Maritimes—and explores how it resonates in 2020.

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Letitia Fraser puts on her hiking shoes for a far-from-pedestrian odyssey to Africville, where she connects the ties that bind African Nova Scotian communities, and finds neither distance nor time has erased the lost community’s powerful legacy.

News + Opinion

Airbnb regulation in Nova Scotia leaves any strict rules up to municipalities

Airbnb regulation in Nova Scotia leaves any strict rules up to municipalities 1

Registration and annual fee for users to give province a better idea of who is using—and earning—from the platform.

Voice of the City

“Do not let Palestinians’ lives become only numbers”

“Do not let Palestinians’ lives become only numbers”

A Halifax woman shares her family's story as political refugees from Palestine.
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Food + Drink

First Look: the return of Sushi Shige

First Look: the return of Sushi Shige

A new home on Almon Street for Halifax’s sushi authority keeps things small, sincere and seriously delicious.

From Hangzhou to Halifax

02.19.20

Cocktail Cupids

02.13.20

The Cheesecake Test

02.13.20

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Music

Buffy Sainte-Marie to play Halifax August 26

Buffy Sainte-Marie to play Halifax August 26

Catch the iconic singer-songwriter at Casino Nova Scotia.
Live Music

Dance Nights

@ Newfoundland Social Club
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Arts + Culture

Three decades of wear-withal

Three decades of wear-withal

The anniversary of the student-run Wearable Art Show proves there’s more to fashion than getting dressed.

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