By Stephen Kimber
Nova Scotia’s solidarity with Cuba
It’s no surprise Cuba’s new star-power ambassador chose Nova Scotia for her official trip outside central Canada.
Tags: City, Cuba, Canada, Nova Scotia, Cod, Rum
Building a better Mooseheads
For three years, the Halifax Mooseheads junior hockey club has been crafting a team to host—and win—the 2019 Memorial Cup. But what if it’s built too well too soon?
Tags: City, mooseheads, hockey, halifax, memorial cup
Unbreakable Joan Jessome
Leading the province’s biggest union made her the most hated woman in Nova Scotia, and she’s fine with that.
Tags: News, Joan Jessome, Labour, longreads, NSGEU, workers rights, Nova Scotia, Video
How I helped the Cuban Five escape from a Cold War prison
Behind the unlikely Havana-Washington-Halifax connection.
Tags: City, Longreads, Cuba, United States, Justice
What happened: the creation tale
A brief history of The Coast, as told by the man who inspired it all.
Tags: Opinion, Editorial
“I get to wake up and experience another day of life on this earth”
Nova Scotia now has almost no COVID rules, but masks are still mandatory in schools
We asked Coast readers how the pandemic changed their lives
No masks, no limits, no POV as Nova Scotia lifting all COVID restrictions March 21
A big shift in Nova Scotia’s COVID-19 strategy
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Halifax's Grand Oasis Festival promises to heat up your summer
By Morgan Mullin
Nova Scotia’s deadliest pandemic phase continues even as COVID numbers drop
By Kyle Shaw
Picture-perfect Dartmouth cherry trees are beginning to bloom
By Victoria Walton
Halifax surprise-hosts famous anti-folk act Crywank on farewell tour