On witnessing the atrocities of war and colonialism in the digital age
When violence and trauma travel through digital networks, it’s our responsibility to make solidarity and resistance travel the same way.
By Johannah Black
Tags: Opinion, Colonialism, Israel, Palestine, Syria
We’re still calling it femicide
The Portapique shooting has exposed the damage white, male entitelement can do.
Tags: Opinion, Portapique, Anniversary, femicide, violence against women, Domestic violence
Call it by its name: Misogynist violence
Femicides disproportionately occur in non-urban areas in Canada—pretending that last weekend's killings were a freak accident won't stop it from happening again.
Tags: Opinion, Femicide, violence against women, misogyny, Portapique, IPV, Intimate partner violence, Nova Scotia, Colchester, Canada, Voice of the City
Voice of The City: Abuse and violence thrive in isolation and silence
Canadian's Battered Women’s Support Services hotline has seen a 300 percent increase in calls because of COVID,
Tags: COVID-19, COVID-19, domestic violence, femicide, violence against women
Stop the build on new French-language school on the peninsula, says suspended school board member
By Lauren Phillips, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter
Best of Halifax 2023 Readers' Choice Awards winners
By Kyle Shaw
Everything you need to know about HRM council’s Nov. 28 meeting
By Matt Stickland
Why can’t Nova Scotia phase out of fossil fuels faster?
By Martin Bauman