How a doula training for Black women and non-binary people became a lesson in intersectionality.
Honouring grief and power with love.
By Ki Rolle
Tags: Opinion, Doula, Birthing, BIPOC, Non-binary, Voice of the City
A Nova Scotia teen is suing the federal government in the name of the environment
Ira Reinhart-Smith and 14 other youth say their lives are at risk due to dangerous climate change, and want the government to step in to help.
Tags: Environment, Climate, Climate Change, Extinction Rebellion, Fridays for Future, Youth for Climate Action
How food insecure are Nova Scotia’s university students?
With the highest rates in the country, Cassie Hayward thinks more education can make a difference.
Building BLxCKHOUSE in North Preston
LaMeia Reddick is redesigning trusted urban spaces
Armaan Dhillon is dancing for diversity
The Bhangra dance troupe leader's new spin on a ancient dance is stirring things up
Tags: City, New Radicals, Bhangra, Dance, Diversity
The saga of Otago Drive part 1: Who cares about a speed hump?
By Matt Stickland
The saga of Otago Drive part 2: Halifax’s plan for a strategic bankruptcy
Every big show coming to Halifax (and beyond) in 2024
By Team Coast
Yeah Yeahs Pizza and 2 Crows Brewing are coming to Halifax’s west end—and sooner than you think
By Martin Bauman