John Devlin's second act, from outsider to world star

The local artist is acclaimed for drawing utopia, but can’t imagine a better city than this one.

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John Devlin's second act, from outsider to world star

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John Devlin's second act, from outsider to world star

The local artist is acclaimed for drawing utopia, but can’t imagine a better city than this one.

By MORGAN MULLIN, Apr 17/21


Nova Scotia’s own food network keeps churning out TV stars

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Nova Scotia’s own food network keeps churning out TV stars

Want to be on Top Chef? For Stéphane Levac, it helped having show alumni for friends.

By VICTORIA WALTON, Apr 17/21


NS won’t divert vaccines to Ontario but could help in other ways

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NS won’t divert vaccines to Ontario but could help in other ways

There’s been no call for help yet, and doctor Strang says any request won’t be considered until we receive it.

By VICTORIA WALTON, Apr 16/21


Premier faces renewed calls for Northwood inquiry

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Premier faces renewed calls for Northwood inquiry

After Coast investigation, Rankin’s asked in legislature about long-term care outbreak.

By ALEC MARTIN, Apr 16/21


Must-watch music video: The tide is high but Keeper E. is holding on

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Must-watch music video: The tide is high but Keeper E. is holding on

A fresh new voice in the Halifax scene that's ready to talk about the climate crisis.

By ALEC MARTIN, Apr 15/21


8 ways to support Muslims in Halifax this Ramadan

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8 ways to support Muslims in Halifax this Ramadan

Helping someone get through the month of fasting is as easy as offering a chair.

By HABIBA COOPER DIALLO, Apr 15/21


Your horoscope for the week April 15-21

FREE WILL ASTROLOGY »

Your horoscope for the week April 15-21

Don’t bury your emotions, Scorpio, they urgently need to be aired!

By ROB BREZSNY, Apr 15/21


What happened at Northwood?

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What happened at Northwood?

How Nova Scotia failed its most vulnerable.
an exclusive coast investigation

By STEPHANIE NOLEN, Apr 15/21


COVID-19 and long-term care in Nova Scotia: the timeline

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COVID-19 and long-term care in Nova Scotia: the timeline

How the province’s pandemic response lagged behind other parts of the country.

By STEPHANIE NOLEN, Apr 15/21


Remembering Northwood’s COVID-19 dead

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Remembering Northwood’s COVID-19 dead

The outbreak claimed dozens, including a card shark, a restaurateur and a woman who loved to dance at the Legion.

By STEPHANIE NOLEN, Apr 15/21


Letter rip

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Letter rip

Your faithful correspondent sings the praises of correspondence this week.

By DAN SAVAGE, Apr 15/21


Atlantic bubble dreams for April 19 are popping

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Atlantic bubble dreams for April 19 are popping

Cancel your plans to head to Moncton, and make sure your Charlottetown and St. John’s trips have a good refund policy.

By VICTORIA WALTON, Apr 14/21


7 Sure Things going on in Halifax the April 15 weekend

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7 Sure Things going on in Halifax the April 15 weekend

From the return of Adam Baldwin’s livestreams to a new, drag-filled play from HEIST.

By MORGAN MULLIN, Apr 13/21


Haligonians looking to take action about police power can have their say on April 21

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Haligonians looking to take action about police power can have their say on April 21

By CAORA MCKENNA, Apr 13/21


7 new cases for a record 46 active cases Monday, April 12

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7 new cases for a record 46 active cases Monday, April 12

Nova Scotia's active COVID-19 caseload reaches a new high for the year.

By KYLE SHAW, Apr 12/21


5 new cases and the active caseload drops Sunday, April 11

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5 new cases and the active caseload drops Sunday, April 11

But 3 patients go into the hospital in Nova Scotia’s COVID-19 numbers.

By KYLE SHAW, Apr 11/21


8 new cases but nobody’s hospitalized Saturday, April 10

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8 new cases but nobody’s hospitalized Saturday, April 10

With 43 active cases, Nova Scotia’s COVID-19 numbers keep creeping up.

By KYLE SHAW, Apr 10/21


Vaccine booking open to 60,000+ people aged 65 to 69

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Vaccine booking open to 60,000+ people aged 65 to 69

It’s the largest age group yet, and could take a few weeks to get through.

By VICTORIA WALTON, Apr 10/21


2 cases and over 100,000 vaccinations April 9

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2 cases and over 100,000 vaccinations April 9

Nova Scotia’s Friday COVID-19 numbers.

By KYLE SHAW, Apr 9/21


ICYMI: The week in local music and TV releases

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ICYMI: The week in local music and TV releases

From the Jupiter’s Legacy trailer to Kye Clayton’s newest track, here’s four hot launches.

By MORGAN MULLIN, Apr 9/21


A rare occasion to dance like everyone’s watching

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A rare occasion to dance like everyone’s watching

After a Covid delay, Petites Danses is performing live and in person this weekend.

By ALEC MARTIN, Apr 9/21


Halifax has signed up for another review of its police services

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Halifax has signed up for another review of its police services

Bringing the current total to four.

By CAORA MCKENNA, Apr 9/21


Halifax researchers are working on three new COVID-19 vaccines, and they need help

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Halifax researchers are working on three new COVID-19 vaccines, and they need help

If you’ve ever wanted to be a human guinea pig, now’s your chance.

By VICTORIA WALTON, Apr 8/21


5 cases push NS to a 2021 record for case activity

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5 cases push NS to a 2021 record for case activity

The province’s latest COVID-19 numbers as of Thursday, April 8.

By KYLE SHAW, Apr 8/21


FREE WILL ASTROLOGY »

Your horoscope for the week April 8-14

By ROB BREZSNY, Apr 8/21


2 new cases and a vax record Wednesday April 7

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2 new cases and a vax record Wednesday April 7

Nova Scotia’s latest COVID-19 numbers.

By KYLE SHAW, Apr 7/21


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