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Something in the air Something in the air Thirteen years ago, Chebucto Community Net was one of the first groups to connect Halifax to the mysterious new “internet.” Now, with a bold new plan to provide cheap city-wide wi-fi, they want to turn Halifax into a wireless wonderland. August 03, 2006
The green mile The green mile A new plan for downtown Halifax includes a “green corridor” stretching from the harbour to Citadel Hill. Lis van Berkel reports. June 22, 2006
Hot hot heat Hot hot heat Four new Creighton Street townhouses will draw heat from a geothermal system. Lis van Berkel warms up to the idea. January 12, 2006
Cat came back Cat came back The danger when the fence between cats and dogs comes down. October 02, 2003
Rita education Rita education As a retrospective opens at the Centre for Art Tapes, Halifax artist Rita McKeough looks back on a career both figuratively and literally big. July 20, 2006
Casa fantastica Casa fantastica The Italian Cultural Centre on Agricola has been torn down, but it won’t be gone for long. December 14, 2006

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  • Sleazy money

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  • The march of progress

    What started as edgy activist demonstrations have become mainstream tourist attractions. So why bother having pride parades anymore?

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Vol 26, No 16
September 13, 2018

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