No closure in Randy Riley murder trial
After a conviction of second-degree murder, families grieve and advocates call for justice reforms.
By Kieran Leavitt
Tags: City, Courts, Justice, Law, Race, Randy Riley
Witness credibility on trial during murder case
Jury begins deliberations in the first-degree murder trial of Randy Riley.
Tags: News, Justice, Randy Riley, Courts, Reality Bites
Crown witness confesses to murder during testimony
Nathan Johnson tells Halifax courtroom he was the one who killed Donald Chad Smith in 2010, and not the man who’s on trial—Randy Desmond Riley.
Tags: City, Justice, Law, Randy Desmond Riley, Nathan Johnson, Court, Murder
Waging war on minimum wage
Everyone agrees people should be making more money. How we get there is up for debate.
Tags: City, Income, Poverty, Minimum Wage, Policy, Nova Scotia
Welcome to the dungeon
The Society of Bastet opens its BDSM gates to the public on February 17.
Tags: City, BDSM, Kink, Romance, Sex + Dating, Society of Bastet
Fully vaccinated Canada: animated tracker of national vaccine progress in 2021
The COVID vaccine side effects Nova Scotia doesn’t acknowledge
“The race between virus and vaccine is not settled yet”
14 rules that relax in Phase 4 of NS reopening
Timeline of Nova Scotia’s 2021 reopening plan
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By Isabel Buckmaster
That post about a rash of “abductions” downtown is distracting misinformation
By Victoria Walton
“Unbelievable” value of physician assistants not harnessed in Nova Scotia
By Lyndsay Armstrong
Over 100 young protesters demand climate action marching in downtown Halifax
By Oriol Salvador