Being Black and a tourist in Halifax 4

Two weeks in a different city can change your perception of people, places and yourself.
- June 21, 2018

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9 local, Black-owned restaurants to support now (and always)

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9 local, Black-owned restaurants to support now (and always)

by VICTORIA WALTON, Jun 2/20


Where you can give money to support Black organizations and lives right now

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Where you can give money to support Black organizations and lives right now

by CAORA MCKENNA, Jun 2/20


Thousands in Halifax take a knee to honour George Floyd and support Black Lives Matter

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Thousands in Halifax take a knee to honour George Floyd and support Black Lives Matter

by SEYITAN MORITIWON, Jun 2/20


Walking to Africville

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Walking to Africville

An (almost) impossible journey to find a sense of home

by LETITIA FRASER, Jun 2/20


Locked down: Halifax’s police state of emergency

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Locked down: Halifax’s police state of emergency

When a pandemic meets a police force with a history of racism, who gets to decide what common sense means?

by CAORA MCKENNA, Jun 2/20


Voice of The City: Exposing privilege during a pandemic

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Voice of The City: Exposing privilege during a pandemic

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

by KEISHA JEFFERIES, Jun 2/20


A roundtable discussion with the vanguard of Halifax activism

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A roundtable discussion with the vanguard of Halifax activism

El Jones, Masuma Khan, Jade Byard Peek and Rebecca Thomas serve it raw.

by JAYDE TYNES, Jun 2/20


Claiming a seat at the table

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Claiming a seat at the table

A reflection on poetry, violence and Black liberation.

by JULIA-SIMONE RUTGERS, Jun 2/20


Just the news on COVID-19 in Nova Scotia, for the week starting June 1

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Just the news on COVID-19 in Nova Scotia, for the week starting June 1

New C19 cases and other info bits, mostly from the province but also Halifax.

by TEAM COAST, Jun 1/20


Seniors' and downtown snow removal don't get cut from this year's budget

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Seniors' and downtown snow removal don't get cut from this year's budget

But as Halifax arrives at the end of lengthy deliberations, many other things do.

by CAORA MCKENNA, May 31/20


Hundreds protest Regis Korchinski-Paquet’s death in Halifax

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Hundreds protest Regis Korchinski-Paquet’s death in Halifax

Family is asking for answers, Haligonians are calling for change.

by SEYITAN MORITIWON, May 31/20


Quarantining with Like A Motorcycle

THE SCENE »

Quarantining with Like A Motorcycle

The Halifax punk mainstay has been dealing with the times by doing what it does best: Shredding ears and breaking hearts.

by ALEC MARTIN, May 31/20


It’s fiddlehead season, and they’re in danger of being over-picked

FOOD + DRINK FEATURE »

It’s fiddlehead season, and they’re in danger of being over-picked

by VICTORIA WALTON, May 30/20


Gather in groups of 10 this weekend, but stay two metres apart

CITY »

Gather in groups of 10 this weekend, but stay two metres apart

The province says "I do" to gatherings of up to 10 people; 15 for weddings and funerals.

by VICTORIA WALTON, May 29/20


Not today, COVID, not today

COVID-19 »

Not today, COVID, not today

After 75 relentless days with new cases of C19, the province says there are no new cases today.

by KYLE SHAW, May 29/20


Should it stay or should it go?

CITY »

Should it stay or should it go?

Halifax Regional Council's budget committee inches closer to a finalized budget for 2020/21, The Year Of The Pandemic.

by CAORA MCKENNA, May 28/20


Feed Nova Scotia adds home delivery to its arsenal of tools to fight food insecurity

FOOD + DRINK FEATURE »

Feed Nova Scotia adds home delivery to its arsenal of tools to fight food insecurity

The group is handing out 20,000 boxes of non-perishables during the COVID-19 pandemic.

by VICTORIA WALTON, May 28/20


O funding, where art thou?

CULTURE »

O funding, where art thou?

How are all levels of government going to support the arts sector? And is what they're doing enough?

by MORGAN MULLIN, May 28/20


Bus Stop Theatre gets final batch of government funding

CITY »

Bus Stop Theatre gets final batch of government funding

The theatre co-op is still $109,000 short of its $1.2 million goal.

by CAORA MCKENNA, May 28/20


The universe will send you signals, Sagittarius

FREE WILL ASTROLOGY »

The universe will send you signals, Sagittarius

Pay attention to get info about the differences between wants and needs.

by ROB BREZSNY, May 28/20


Can people be bad at sex?

SAVAGE LOVE »

Can people be bad at sex?

Where objectivity meets subjectivity, plus lots more quickie questions.

by DAN SAVAGE, May 28/20


Squint your eyes, purse your lips, pop your shoulder and say "Bus Rapid Transit"

CITY »

Squint your eyes, purse your lips, pop your shoulder and say "Bus Rapid Transit"

Halifax Transit is about to get a whole lot sexier. Maybe.

by CAORA MCKENNA, May 27/20


Shuttered Nova Scotian businesses can re-open June 5

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Shuttered Nova Scotian businesses can re-open June 5

Need a haircut? You're in luck. Need daycare? Too bad.

by VICTORIA WALTON, May 27/20


The Last Word says goodbye

SHOPTALK »

The Last Word says goodbye

The final chapter for a Windsor Street institution.

by VICTORIA WALTON, May 27/20


Take a look at Zuppa's stunning <i>Vista</i>

THEATRE »

Take a look at Zuppa's stunning Vista

The theatre company leads you to yet another life-changing sight with a play that's also an app.

by SAM GILLETT, May 27/20


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