A rare occasion to dance like everyone’s watching

After a Covid delay, Petites Danses is performing live and in person this weekend.

The Latest

Vaccine booking open to 60,000+ people aged 65 to 69

COVID-19 »

Vaccine booking open to 60,000+ people aged 65 to 69

It’s the largest age group yet, and could take a few weeks to get through.

By VICTORIA WALTON, Apr 10/21


2 cases and over 100,000 vaccinations April 9

COVID-19 »

2 cases and over 100,000 vaccinations April 9

Nova Scotia’s Friday COVID-19 numbers.

By KYLE SHAW, Apr 9/21


ICYMI: The week in local music and TV releases

ARTS + CULTURE »

ICYMI: The week in local music and TV releases

From the Jupiter’s Legacy trailer to Kye Clayton’s newest track, here’s four hot launches.

By MORGAN MULLIN, Apr 9/21


A rare occasion to dance like everyone’s watching

ARTS + CULTURE »

A rare occasion to dance like everyone’s watching

After a Covid delay, Petites Danses is performing live and in person this weekend.

By ALEC MARTIN, Apr 9/21


Halifax has signed up for another review of its police services

CITY »

Halifax has signed up for another review of its police services

Bringing the current total to four.

By CAORA MCKENNA, Apr 9/21


Halifax researchers are working on three new COVID-19 vaccines, and they need help

COVID-19 »

Halifax researchers are working on three new COVID-19 vaccines, and they need help

If you’ve ever wanted to be a human guinea pig, now’s your chance.

By VICTORIA WALTON, Apr 8/21


5 cases push NS to a 2021 record for case activity

COVID-19 »

5 cases push NS to a 2021 record for case activity

The province’s latest COVID-19 numbers as of Thursday, April 8.

By KYLE SHAW, Apr 8/21


Your horoscope for the week April 8-14

FREE WILL ASTROLOGY »

Your horoscope for the week April 8-14

To identify what changes will heal you, Libra, you must uncover truths you don't know yet.

By ROB BREZSNY, Apr 8/21


2 new cases and a vax record Wednesday April 7

COVID-19 »

2 new cases and a vax record Wednesday April 7

Nova Scotia’s latest COVID-19 numbers.

By KYLE SHAW, Apr 7/21


Making concessions

SAVAGE LOVE »

Making concessions

A cheater should expect to spend some time in the doghouse, but not a life sentence.

By DAN SAVAGE, Apr 7/21


7 Sure Things happening in Halifax from April 8-14

ARTS + CULTURE »

7 Sure Things happening in Halifax from April 8-14

All the local live art you need to see, online and off.

By MORGAN MULLIN, Apr 7/21


Video report: Catch up on Halifax Regional Council’s April 6 meeting

CITY »

Video report: Catch up on Halifax Regional Council’s April 6 meeting

Another review of policing, strict rules for illegal dumping, a visioning process for Africville and more.

By CAORA MCKENNA, Apr 7/21


Nova Scotia’s unrequited Atlantic bubble

COVID-19 »

Nova Scotia’s unrequited Atlantic bubble

Newfoundland, NB and PEI residents can all come here without self-isolating, but the welcoming’s not mutual.

By VICTORIA WALTON, Apr 7/21


Bring home the bacon, literally

FOOD »

Bring home the bacon, literally

Charboyz partners with local farmers to deliver monthly meat boxes with a twist.

By VICTORIA WALTON, Apr 7/21


6 cases plus more B117 variants Tuesday, April 6

COVID-19 »

6 cases plus more B117 variants Tuesday, April 6

Nova Scotia’s latest COVID-19 numbers.

By KYLE SHAW, Apr 6/21


The Dish: My big Greek feast

FOOD »

The Dish: My big Greek feast

Blue Olive delivers the spirit of a family meal with none of the prep.

By VICTORIA WALTON, Apr 6/21


Must-watch music video: A deer in the spotlight

MUSIC »

Must-watch music video: A deer in the spotlight

Kim Harris and Andrea Dorfman join forces on an animated version of “Heirloom.”

By MORGAN MULLIN, Apr 6/21


3 new cases and a whack of recoveries Mon, April 5

COVID-19 »

3 new cases and a whack of recoveries Mon, April 5

Nova Scotia’s COVID-19 numbers show the humans rebounding the first time this month.

By KYLE SHAW, Apr 5/21


What’s coming to regional council this Tuesday, April 5

CITY »

What’s coming to regional council this Tuesday, April 5

Enjoy Halifax council’s agenda decoded into non-bureaucratic language.

By CAORA MCKENNA, Apr 5/21


Halifax hosted slavers’ ships. Now it is home to Canada’s first institute of slavery studies.

ARTS + CULTURE »

Halifax hosted slavers’ ships. Now it is home to Canada’s first institute of slavery studies.

Charmaine Nelson leads the Institute for the Study of Canadian Slavery at NSCAD.

By MORGAN MULLIN, Apr 5/21


7 new cases April 4 to make the long weekend longer

COVID-19 »

7 new cases April 4 to make the long weekend longer

Nova Scotia’s COVID-19 infection numbers don't relax on Sunday.

By KYLE SHAW, Apr 4/21


How Canada got to 1,000,000 cases of COVID-19

COVID-19 »

How Canada got to 1,000,000 cases of COVID-19

An interactive timeline of the country’s pandemic, Jan 2020 to April 2021.

By KYLE SHAW, Apr 4/21


4 new cases as the virus pulls further ahead April 3

COVID-19 »

4 new cases as the virus pulls further ahead April 3

As of Saturday, April infections outweigh recoveries in Nova Scotia’s COVID-19 numbers.

By KYLE SHAW, Apr 3/21


The Saint Mary’s University Art Gallery is not closing

ARTS + CULTURE »

The Saint Mary’s University Art Gallery is not closing

Despite rumours in the visual arts community, SMU says its gallery is staying open.

By MORGAN MULLIN, Apr 3/21


9 new cases on holiday Friday, April 2

COVID-19 »

9 new cases on holiday Friday, April 2

According to Nova Scotia’s COVID-19 stats, the coronavirus forgot to take the day off.

By KYLE SHAW, Apr 2/21


The week in local book, theatre and music releases

ARTS + CULTURE »

The week in local book, theatre and music releases

From the debut single by Good Neighbour to the return of Hillsburn, here are 3 hot launches.

By MORGAN MULLIN, Apr 2/21


Survey Asks

What are we getting tattooed on our knuckles?

  • “Moon” “Mist”
  • “Feck” “arse”
  • “Go” “mꚘse” “go”
  • “Love” “Hate”
  • “The C” “oast”

View Results

Right Now On Twitter

The Most Read

The Coast On Facebook

Most Shared Stories

Real Time Web Analytics

© 2021 Coast Publishing Ltd.