New premier, new cases, new restrictions for Halifax

Earlier closing for restaurants, no sports or arts events, and HRM gets locked down for travel.

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1 new, 35 active cases on Monday, March 1

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1 new, 35 active cases on Monday, March 1

Nova Scotia's official COVID-19 numbers.

By KYLE SHAW, Mar 1/21


COVID-19 cases and news for the March 1 week

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COVID-19 cases and news for the March 1 week

Brief stories about C19 cases and new infections in Halifax and Nova Scotia, updated often.

Updates by TEAM COAST, Mar 1/21


Preparing Students for the Careers of Tomorrow

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Preparing Students for the Careers of Tomorrow

Using computer science to springboard into high-paying careers that are tied with students’ passions in order to build a future that is rooted in adaptation, collaboration and innovation

Mar 1/21


An Innovative and Inclusive Approach to Education

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An Innovative and Inclusive Approach to Education

Emerging students are ready to radically uplift and enrich workplaces, while transforming our society into one where everyone is respected, appreciated and heard.

Mar 1/21


Leading Students Down the Path of Business Creation

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Leading Students Down the Path of Business Creation

Creating more opportunities within the entrepreneurial ecosystem and fostering the next generation of Atlantic Canadian entrepreneurs

Mar 1/21


Get an Edge Up With Studies in Health, Wellness and Sport

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Get an Edge Up With Studies in Health, Wellness and Sport

Broadening students’ educational experiences through 70+ areas of study

Mar 1/21


A Growing Market

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A Growing Market

Graduates are prepared with the tools to specialize in an industry that is important to everyone: food

Mar 1/21


Where Art meets Public Engagement on Lost History

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Where Art meets Public Engagement on Lost History

Going beyond studying history to create a better understanding of who we are and the path we’re on together

Mar 1/21


Curating the Next Generation of Artists

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Curating the Next Generation of Artists

Providing a stable foundation for students to pursue a career in performance and take their talents into the world

Mar 1/21


Building Confidence in Students Entering the Workplace

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Building Confidence in Students Entering the Workplace

Inspiring future generations to take up space, set dream career goals, and succeed in their industries

Mar 1/21


Turning Passion into Purpose

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Turning Passion into Purpose

Fostering in students a respect for the natural world and a desire to create positive and lasting change

Mar 1/21


The Coast is back with the annual Career Minded

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The Coast is back with the annual Career Minded

A guide about Nova Scotia education and employment options

Mar 1/21


COVID-19 cases and news for the February 22 week

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COVID-19 cases and news for the February 22 week

Brief stories about C19 cases and new infections in Halifax and Nova Scotia, updated often.

Updates by TEAM COAST, Feb 28/21


New premier, new cases, new restrictions for Halifax

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New premier, new cases, new restrictions for Halifax

Earlier closing for restaurants, no sports or arts events, and HRM gets locked down for travel.

By VICTORIA WALTON, Feb 26/21


The Dish: Kam-Moon's fava bean falafel

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The Dish: Kam-Moon's fava bean falafel

This Egyptian version of the chickpea-based vegetarian mainstay is a 'pea-free zone.

By VICTORIA WALTON, Feb 25/21


In your horoscope: Celebrate the mysterious

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In your horoscope: Celebrate the mysterious

This world is too complex for simplistic descriptions and beliefs, Capricorn.

By ROB BREZSNY, Feb 25/21


Accessible taxis should be a bit more accessible by fall

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Accessible taxis should be a bit more accessible by fall

Regional Council approves a plan to add more vehicles and subsidize the transit service.

By CAORA MCKENNA, Feb 25/21


First look at Black Sheep’s new home

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First look at Black Sheep’s new home

The restaurant expands into a remade Brewery Market space full of 19th-century touches.

By VICTORIA WALTON, Feb 25/21


Rankin’ Rankin

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Rankin’ Rankin

How did Nova Scotia’s millennial-in-chief do at his first COVID-19 briefing?

By VICTORIA WALTON, Feb 24/21


Video report: Catch up on Halifax Regional Council's Feb 23 meeting

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Video report: Catch up on Halifax Regional Council's Feb 23 meeting

From gardens to tourism, find out what happened at council in a video from our city editor.

By CAORA MCKENNA, Feb 24/21


When good kinks go away

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When good kinks go away

I used to love getting bit and spanked but now that just hurts. What gives?

By DAN SAVAGE, Feb 24/21


Shop This: Rocks From My Bra’s crystal art

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Shop This: Rocks From My Bra’s crystal art

Check out Niambi Tree’s designs at this weekend’s Taking Blk History pop-up market.

By VICTORIA WALTON, Feb 24/21


Follow along as Halifax’s reggae-roots royalty Jah’Mila takes over The Coast’s Instagram

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Follow along as Halifax’s reggae-roots royalty Jah’Mila takes over The Coast’s Instagram

Go behind the scenes with the singer-songwriter Thursday before her Symphony NS showcase.

By MORGAN MULLIN, Feb 24/21


Neptune is (sort of) back!

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Neptune is (sort of) back!

Darkened by COVID-19, the theatre is rekindling the live experience in the Reunited series.

By MORGAN MULLIN, Feb 23/21


Halifax council not interested in defunding police

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Halifax council not interested in defunding police

During election szn, some councillors said they supported it. Come budget time, they backtracked.

By CAORA MCKENNA, Feb 23/21


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