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  • Sep 8-14, 2005
  • Vol. 13, No. 15

News + Opinion

  • Ship shape
  • Sports
  • Ship shape

    Local sailors go after their Olympic dream, and the funding they need to get there. Graham Pilsworth weighs anchor.
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  • Pot shots
  • Justice
  • Pot shots

    The marijuana legalization movement marches on with Cannabis Liberation Day.Brent Sedo reports.
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  • Work
  • Insecure

    In week four of the CBC lockout, Stephanie Domet talks about job security and rent-a-cops.

Food + Drink

Arts + Culture

  • Free Form's function
  • Film + TV
  • Free Form's function

    The Free Form Film Festival is a travelling cinema, play, rock show and art exhibit. Sue Carter Flinn checks in with its Halifax stop.
  • The passion of Pelagie
  • Theatre
  • The passion of Pelagie

    With Pelagie, Two Planks and a Passion mounts a musical, bilingual Acadian epic. Stephanie Domet reports.

Music

  • Cutting crew
  • Feature
  • Cutting crew

    Dance-punks sharp like knives sit near the top of the halifax indie scene. it’s not a question of can they go further?, it’s a question of do they want to?
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  • Count on Crowe
  • Feature
  • Count on Crowe

    BC singer-songwriter Allison Crowe has been making music her own way since she was a teenager. Matt Charlton finds out why.
  • Firking A
  • The Scene
  • Firking A

    Tara Thorne is stoked to see more swears in the newspaper.

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