Halifax Wanderers kick off 2020 season in PEI this week

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Halifax Wanderers kick off 2020 season in PEI this week

Eight teams from the Canadian Premier League are bubbled up at a Charlottetown hotel.

by VICTORIA WALTON, Aug 12/20


Former prisoners in Halifax share their incarceration stories to mark Prisoners’ Justice Day

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Former prisoners in Halifax share their incarceration stories to mark Prisoners’ Justice Day

They are calling for better approaches in our criminal justice system.

by SEYITAN MORITIWON, Aug 12/20


Landlords getting the final word on heritage designation won't work

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Landlords getting the final word on heritage designation won't work

How a process to protect more Halifax buildings was obliterated in one public hearing.

by LARRY HAIVEN, Aug 10/20


Just the news on COVID-19 in Nova Scotia, for the week starting August 10

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Just the news on COVID-19 in Nova Scotia, for the week starting August 10

New C19 cases and other info bits, mostly but not only from the province.

by TEAM COAST, Aug 10/20


New ownership rent payment confusion leads to tenants at Dartmouth building organizing against poor conditions

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New ownership rent payment confusion leads to tenants at Dartmouth building organizing against poor conditions

Reason 294875 for the city to speed up its plan for a landlord registry.

by FELESHIA CHANDLER, Aug 8/20


Your summer staycation just got sweeter: George's Island is open to the public

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Your summer staycation just got sweeter: George's Island is open to the public

Hop on the Harbour Queen for one of the best views of the waterfront and only a few snakes.

by CAORA MCKENNA, Aug 7/20


Getting the blazes out of here

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Getting the blazes out of here

With Nova Scotia in a lull between waves of COVID-19, Stephen McNeil announces his retirement.

by KYLE SHAW, Aug 6/20


The fruit flies in your kitchen are laying about 2,000 eggs a day

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The fruit flies in your kitchen are laying about 2,000 eggs a day

But Dalhousie professor Chris Cutler has some tips to make it better.

by SEYITAN MORITIWON, Aug 6/20


Diversity of Nature is making falling in love with the sciences more accessible

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Diversity of Nature is making falling in love with the sciences more accessible

The BIPOC-focused ecological field expedition wants to inspire more diverse scientists.

by CAORA MCKENNA, Aug 6/20


Halifax is losing one of its last antique shops

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Halifax is losing one of its last antique shops

Both the shop and the building it calls home are remnants of Halifax's history that will soon be gone.

by VICTORIA WALTON, Aug 6/20


Halifax Public Libraries eliminates library fees forever

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Halifax Public Libraries eliminates library fees forever

""Removing a barrier like a library fine gives everyone in our community the opportunity to have a lifelong relationship with their public library."

by CAORA MCKENNA, Aug 5/20


Zero waste Tare Shop to expand to Dartmouth this fall

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Zero waste Tare Shop to expand to Dartmouth this fall

Some stores stopped allowing reusable packaging during the pandemic, but Tare’s green mission continues.

by VICTORIA WALTON, Aug 5/20


Operation Black Lives Matter North Preston calls for change

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Operation Black Lives Matter North Preston calls for change

Advocates ask for a rethinking of police funding, giving North Preston elders deeds to their land and recognizing centuries of systemic racism

by FELESHIA CHANDLER, Aug 4/20


Just the news on COVID-19 in Nova Scotia, for the week starting August 3

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Just the news on COVID-19 in Nova Scotia, for the week starting August 3

New C19 cases and other info bits, mostly but not only from the province.

by TEAM COAST, Aug 3/20


"We have a story to tell," says organizer of Operation Black Lives Matter North Preston

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"We have a story to tell," says organizer of Operation Black Lives Matter North Preston

by FELESHIA CHANDLER, Jul 31/20


Where to get a locally made mask in Halifax

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Where to get a locally made mask in Halifax

Leave medical masks for the healthcare workers who need them and peep these options instead.

by MORGAN MULLIN AND FELESHIA CHANDLER, Jul 31/20


Federal court rules that the US is not safe for refugees as per the Safe Third Country Act

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Federal court rules that the US is not safe for refugees as per the Safe Third Country Act

Now the government has six months to act and advance refugee rights in Canada.

by STACEY GOMEZ, Jul 29/20


The public inquiry announcement is only a first step

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The public inquiry announcement is only a first step

Because maybe the government is using righteous citizen outrage to distract from deeper issues related to the mass shooting.

by CAORA MCKENNA, Jul 29/20


Activists won’t rest until official public inquiry into shootings is called

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Activists won’t rest until official public inquiry into shootings is called

Multiple rallies are being held across the province this week, and letter-writing campaigns are being sent to Mark Furey, Bill Blair and Premier McNeil.

by VICTORIA WALTON, Jul 28/20


Protest Monday to demand official Portapique inquiry

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Protest Monday to demand official Portapique inquiry

#22ReasonsWhy

by VICTORIA WALTON, Jul 27/20


Just the news on COVID-19 in Nova Scotia, for the week starting July 27

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Just the news on COVID-19 in Nova Scotia, for the week starting July 27

New C19 cases and other info bits, mostly but not only from the province.

by TEAM COAST, Jul 27/20


Cape and Cowl creates a space for queer, nerdy youth to flourish

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Cape and Cowl creates a space for queer, nerdy youth to flourish

Everyone can be themselves, the only pretending at Cape & Cowl is in the fantasy worlds of comic books.

by VICTORIA WALTON, Jul 25/20


Coeur Clothing’s unisex designs put Pride front and centre

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Coeur Clothing’s unisex designs put Pride front and centre

Queer, unisex designs are the priority all year long for Coeur Clothing

by VICTORIA WALTON, Jul 24/20


When in doubt, wear a mask out

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When in doubt, wear a mask out

Anti-maskers won't like it, but starting next week, masks are mandatory in public indoor places in Nova Scotia.

by FELESHIA CHANDLER, Jul 24/20


Top ten spots in Halifax for pedestrians to get seriously injured by cars

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Top ten spots in Halifax for pedestrians to get seriously injured by cars

A report from SFU highlights what makes HRM uniquely bad for walkers and cyclists.

by FELESHIA CHANDLER, Jul 24/20


 
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