Updated: PC leadership candidate downplays Paradise Papers connection
By Jacob Boon
Smiling Goat owner suing former employees
NSCAD receives $3 million dollar donation
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
Fully vaccinated Canada: animated tracker of national vaccine progress in 2021
What type of proof of vaccination do you need in Nova Scotia?
NS will require school and health care staff to be fully vaccinated
The COVID vaccine side effects Nova Scotia doesn’t acknowledge
“The race between virus and vaccine is not settled yet”
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Wednesday, December 1, 2021
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Dartmouth community meeting about modular housing brings out the NIMBYs
By Victoria Walton
HRM school buses may be impacted by mandatory proof of vaccine policy
By Lyndsay Armstrong
Catholic archdiocese building up to 20 tiny shelters on church land this winter
When a turn-on turns into a turn-off
By Dan Savage