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46 events and festivals to liven up your fall

Including authors, speakers, sneakers, oysters, zinemakers and cosplayers.
PAUL GREENBERG The best-selling American author, who penned the 2014 effort on seafood sustainability Four Fish, comes to Halifax to talk about the future of our oceans and our fish-eating habits. Marion McCain Building, Dalhousie University, 6135 University Avenue, Thu Sep 14, 7-9pm

Fall Arts Preview

Inside my digs: north end Halifax

When Kaylin MacKenzie crunched the numbers, buying a condo in her favourite neighbourhood made sense.
It was practicality and convenience that sold Kaylin MacKenzie on becoming a condo owner. After years of renting, she’d realized that finding a place she loved wasn’t easy.

Homes Halifax

Top 10 dog-friendly events in Halifax

Creative ideas for sharing more joy with your four-legged best friend.
Your dog is your best secret keeper, and never judges you for eating an entire pizza yourself—if anything, that loyal pooch loves you even more for it. So maybe you should reciprocate, sharing your one-of-a-kind love with the world and treating your puppy pal to the summer date they deserve.

Hot Summer Guide

Pride Guide 2017

It's here, it's queer.
  At 30 years old, and with the fight for “GL rights” past the point where same-sex marriage is old news, can Halifax Pride be relevant to the struggles of the LGBTTIQQ2SAA+ generation? In this year’s Pride Guide, we look for answers.

Halifax Pride

A legacy, brewed and bottled

From a tiny brewery with no intent to bottle to an undeniable anchor in an ever-growing craft community, this year Propeller Brewing Co. celebrates 20 years of making beer.
"I remember being in really good shape when I worked downstairs," John Allen says.

Beer Guide

Saint Mary's University, Faculty of Science

The modern world is all about data, and this Master of Science in Computing and Data Analytics program gets it.
Abisola Adeniran I'm a software developer for IBM.

Career Minded (Sponsor Content)

Love on the brain

All the best results, stats and quotes from our annual Sex + Dating survey.
What is love? Baby, don’t hurt us, but Halifax has a dizzying array of answers to that question.

Sex + Dating Guide

The Maritime Bhangra Group is positively powerful

Spreading happiness, one contagiously cheery viral video at a time.
Hasmeet Singh Chandok is an unabashed optimist.

Well Being Guide

The road to nowhere

How we arrived at the Cogswell Interchange.
1945 Civic Planning Commission calls for harbour bridges and arterial roads to raise tax income.

How to fix the city

Talking points to help you survive the holidays

For when things get awkward at the family function
It feels like we’re all in the same boat here.

Holiday Planner

Learning love and trust with an adopted dog

We adopted our greyhound the same day we met him. It was big adjustment for us, and for him.
I remember these two pet food commercials from a few years ago: One featured a man trying to get his new cat out from under his couch.

Pets

NSCC raises a class

NSCC’s Kingstec campus invests in the next generation of Nova Scotia wine makers.
The Nova Scotia Community College's campus in Kentville is bearing more fruit than ever before.

Fall Wine Guide

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