Halifax, Nova Scotia | THE COAST | Issue Archives | Jun 5, 2014
Riley Smith

Jun 5-11, 2014

Vol. 22, No. 1

News + Opinion

  • Room to tow

    Get those pistons pumping–and those goods moving–with a trailer for your bike, available as of this week through HFX Trailer Share.

    By Veronica Simmonds

  • Celebrating Johanna Dean

    On May 21, the young teacher became the city’s first cycling fatality this year. Her family and friends remember her love of nature, and how she saw the world from two wheels.

    By Hilary Beaumont

  • Brains matter

    Wheeled travellers have been complaining since the city began enforcing its helmet law in 1997. Sixteen years on, does it still—or did it ever—make sense?

    By Erica Butler

  • Common problems

    The city’s worst cycling intersections are handily located on every corner of a massive park.

    By Veronica Simmonds

  • 10 doors to open

    Doors Open is Halifax’s annual look inside buildings normally closed to the public. Walk through these best bets.

    By Beth Brown

  • Anna's Cafe is moving

    The Montreal Grill closes making room for a new Anna's Cafe

    By Allison Saunders

  • Unsolved Little Mysteries

    The 20-year-old Barrington book store won't be renewing its lease in December, but is looking for a new owner

    By Allison Saunders

  • Quit playing head games

    Get yourself a stunning helmet in honour of Bike Week

    By Allison Saunders

  • Pipa transforms into The Brown Hound

    Trading the Brazilian and Portuguese fare for a broader menu

    By Allison Saunders

Arts + Music

Food + Drink

  • Arms way

    If your meal’s not great at The Lord Nelson’s little taste of Britain, a single piece of pie can win you over.

    By Melissa Buote