Updated: PC leadership candidate downplays Paradise Papers connection
By Jacob Boon
Doyle Block won't ruin view from the library, says developer
A history with breathalyzers
Street check report delayed until March
Human Rights Commission study on controversial police practice—originally due this month—won't be ready for another eight weeks.
Tags: City, Police, City Hall, Racism
HRM’s bylaw review crawls along
Several years after starting a process to untangle the city's web of old planning regulations, Halifax is only 46 percent of the way there.
Tags: City, Planning, City Hall, Last Byline?
More people are suing Halifax
Legal action against city hall has shot up 25 percent over the past two years.
Tags: News, Reality Bites
Speeds remain steady on Gottingen
Controversial bus lane doesn’t appear to have impacted driver speeds, despite the fears of local business owners.
Tags: News, Gottingen, Transit, Reality Bites
The parking fight
Pushback against bus lanes and bike networks in the north end is at odds with Halifax’s active transportation plans.
Tags: City, Cycling, Transit, Complete Streets, Moving Forward Together, Parking, Integrated Mobility
“I get to wake up and experience another day of life on this earth”
Nova Scotia now has almost no COVID rules, but masks are still mandatory in schools
We asked Coast readers how the pandemic changed their lives
No masks, no limits, no POV as Nova Scotia lifting all COVID restrictions March 21
A big shift in Nova Scotia’s COVID-19 strategy
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