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Our annual Well Being Guide comes out in January so it can support your “New Year, New You” efforts. And given the era of constant anxiety that we’re living through, the most supportive message for a healthy 2019 is that the old you is just fine.

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Develop Nova Scotia's inaccessible information

Develop Nova Scotia's inaccessible information

The former Waterfront Development Corporation requires a FOIPOP for innocuous set of public meeting minutes.

Voice of the City

The Wet’suwet’en struggle is far from over

The Wet’suwet’en struggle is far from over

The RCMP believed the fallout from their assault on the Wet’suwet’en would be contained and minimal. They have already been proven wrong.
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Blissful thinking

Blissful thinking

A restaurant within a restaurant, Bliss Breakfast Cafe serves the morning’s meal.

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Listening deep with Joe McPhee

Listening deep with Joe McPhee

After decades in the New York jazz underground, the musician is still discovering new things.

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Jordan Bennett goes outside the boxes

Jordan Bennett goes outside the boxes

The Sobey Art Award shortlister’s expansive, immersive Ketu’ elmita’jik breaks down gallery lines with colour and Mi’kmaq quillwork.

Hey You Guys!

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Movie review: On the Basis of Sex

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