Wood Street Secure Care rejects appeal saying placements aren’t given enough cultural consideration
Concerns that an Indigenous youth wouldn't have culturally appropriate support defeated.
By Moira Donovan
Tags: City, Wood Street
Develop Nova Scotia's inaccessible information
The former Waterfront Development Corporation requires a FOIPOP for innocuous set of public meeting minutes.
Tags: City, FOIPOP, Freedom of Information, Develop NS
City hall loosens requirements for criminal record checks
Halifax makes changes to workforce regulations as use of the discriminatory practice continues to increase in the private sector.
Tags: City, Justice, Criminal Record Checks
Record of employment
Criminal record checks are an increasingly common part of job hunting, but for former inmates looking to reenter society, they're also a discriminatory barrier to finding employment.
Tags: City, Prison, Justice, Employment, Labour
Refugee mental health care adds insult to injury
Lack of funding and a Kafkaesque bureaucracy makes Canada's refugee counselling painfully inadequate.
Tags: City, Refugee, Mental Health, Syria
In-person school delayed a week, isolation requirements shortened
It’s 2022. Do you know what the COVID-19 rules in Nova Scotia are?
A big shift in Nova Scotia’s COVID-19 strategy
Fully vaccinated Canada: animated national COVID vaccination tracker
The COVID vaccine side effects Nova Scotia doesn’t acknowledge
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Meet the Halifax textile artist whose headpieces have gone viral
By Morgan Mullin
New Dartmouth addictions centre opens Jan 25
By Lyndsay Armstrong
No respite from COVID at Halifax shelters
By Victoria Walton
What should Prince Andrew High School’s new name be?