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Forty percent of Halifax households are supposed to pay rent tomorrow

Forty percent of Halifax households are supposed to pay rent tomorrow

posted by CAORA MCKENNA, Mar 31/20

Tenants are stressed about not being able to pay–landlords are stressed about getting paid. We're all stressed about all of it. comments      0

Sharing your stories from here, anywhere

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Sharing your stories from here, anywhere

posted by CAORA MCKENNA, Mar 31/20

How are you feeling? What's your routine? Who are you clinging to? The Coast makes it easy to share your coronavirus experience. comments      0


How to maintain intimacy during a time of isolation

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How to maintain intimacy during a time of isolation

posted by DAN SAVAGE, Mar 29/20

Holing up, supporting sex workers and being less of a spaz on videochat. comments      0


Friday, March 27 COVID-19 in NS news update

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Friday, March 27 COVID-19 in NS news update

posted by KYLE SHAW, Mar 28/20

More booze delivery, more time away from schools and 17 more cases. comments      0


Now's the time to start a socially distant, low-maintenance book club

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Now's the time to start a socially distant, low-maintenance book club

posted by MORGAN MULLIN, Mar 27/20

How to make it happen—and five books to get you started. comments      0


Name that iconic duo: Stephen McNeil and Robert Strang

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Name that iconic duo: Stephen McNeil and Robert Strang

posted by CAORA MCKENNA, Mar 27/20

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Thursday, March 26 COVID-19 in NS news update

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Thursday, March 26 COVID-19 in NS news update

posted by KYLE SHAW, Mar 27/20

One of five new cases is being investigated as potential community spread. comments      0


Registered psychotherapist Elizabeth Simms wants you to know you are enough

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Registered psychotherapist Elizabeth Simms wants you to know you are enough

posted by MORGAN MULLIN, Mar 26/20

"We can't always cancel our thoughts. But we don’t have to give them that much power." comments      1


Federal government promises around $2,000 a month for Canadians who can't work because of COVID-19

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Federal government promises around $2,000 a month for Canadians who can't work because of COVID-19

posted by CAORA MCKENNA, Mar 26/20

Those who don't qualify for EI can hope to see money in their bank accounts in mid April. comments      4


"I know this is bad, but you’ve got this"

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"I know this is bad, but you’ve got this"

posted by KYLE SHAW, Mar 25/20

Nova Scotia’s head cheerleader has some mat talk as we settle into the siege. comments      0


James Mullinger tells us a joke

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James Mullinger tells us a joke

posted by MORGAN MULLIN, Mar 24/20

The arena-sellout, critically adored comic cracks a good one and releases a free special as COVID-19 continues. comments      0


Voice of The City: Exposing privilege during a pandemic

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Voice of The City: Exposing privilege during a pandemic

posted by KEISHA JEFFERIES, Mar 24/20

Advocating for social justice should not stop because of COVID-19—it should get stronger. comments      1


Abortion classified as an essential service in Nova Scotia

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Abortion classified as an essential service in Nova Scotia

posted by CAORA MCKENNA, Mar 24/20

The women’s choice clinic and provincial helpline will continue to operate. comments      0


Coronavirus on the east coast

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Coronavirus on the east coast

posted by KYLE SHAW, Mar 24/20

Graphing the spread of diagnosed COVID-19 cases in Atlantic Canada. comments      0


Six ways to broaden your mind wider than social distance requirements

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Six ways to broaden your mind wider than social distance requirements

posted by MORGAN MULLIN, Mar 23/20

Your body might be atrophying on the couch but your brain doesn't have to. comments      0


"Let's figure out how we support each other" says Strang as Nova Scotia announces state of emergency

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"Let's figure out how we support each other" says Strang as Nova Scotia announces state of emergency

posted by CAORA MCKENNA, Mar 23/20

After too many people enjoyed a sunny day, Nova Scotia becomes the last province to take this step. comments      0


Week 1 recap: preparing for the worst

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Week 1 recap: preparing for the worst

posted by KYLE SHAW, Mar 22/20

Nova Scotia’s government gets ahead of the curve in its COVID-19 response, to try and flatten the infection curve. comments      0


Six Halifax acts to support on Bandcamp today

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Six Halifax acts to support on Bandcamp today

posted by MORGAN MULLIN, Mar 20/20

The streaming and download service is holding the fees until midnight tonight so buy a local album or 12. comments      0


Having fun isn't hard when you've got a library card

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Having fun isn't hard when you've got a library card

posted by CAORA MCKENNA, Mar 20/20

You can now get a Halifax Public Libraries card from the comfort of your couch. comments      0


Celebrate happy hour at the Halifax Common with all your friends via Zoom

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Celebrate happy hour at the Halifax Common with all your friends via Zoom

posted by CAORA MCKENNA, Mar 20/20

comments      0


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Thursday March 19 update: 14 cases in Nova Scotia

posted by CAORA MCKENNA, Mar 19/20

Now with a graph! comments      1


Trudeau announces $82 billion in emergency aid for Canadians

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Trudeau announces $82 billion in emergency aid for Canadians

posted by VICTORIA WALTON, Mar 19/20

comments      0


Pause the presses

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Pause the presses

posted by KYLE SHAW AND CHRISTINE ORESKOVICH, Mar 19/20

This is the last of our weekly newspaper for a while, but reporting will continue at thecoast.ca comments      3


Coronavirus explained

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Coronavirus explained

posted by CAORA MCKENNA, Mar 19/20

What even is a virus? What’s with flattening the curve? How does it spread? Answers to some of your COVID-19 questions comments      0


Surviving Canada’s overdose crisis under the shadow of COVID-19

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Surviving Canada’s overdose crisis under the shadow of COVID-19

posted by MATT BONN, Mar 19/20

Politicians have shown they have the means to act swiftly on harm reduction measures, why now and not earlier? comments      1


Now's the time to look out for small business in Halifax

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Now's the time to look out for small business in Halifax

posted by VICTORIA WALTON, Mar 19/20

Social isolation is leading to layoffs and losses for some, unique opportunities for others comments      0


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