How much money will HRM's lower tax rate really save me?

How much money will HRM's lower tax rate really save me?

And is it really worth more than the municipal projects it could be funding?

By CAORA MCKENNA, May 4/21


“I just want people to love us like they love our food”

“I just want people to love us like they love our food”

Five Haligonians share their experiences with anti-Asian racism in our city.

By CAORA MCKENNA, May 1/21


Say hello to the giant floating unicorn Halifax needs right now

Say hello to the giant floating unicorn Halifax needs right now

After we knock down this third wave of COVID, the new Splashifax water park awaits.

By KYLE SHAW, Apr 28/21


Despite a year of calls to defund the police, council adds $2.7 million to HRP’s budget

Despite a year of calls to defund the police, council adds $2.7 million to HRP’s budget

A bleak signal of what’s to come on police reform in this city.

By CAORA MCKENNA, Apr 23/21


Are real estate love letters enabling racism in the housing market?

Are real estate love letters enabling racism in the housing market?

Who loses when the game is to have the sellers “see themselves in you.”

By CAORA MCKENNA, Apr 21/21


Timeline of the year after Portapique

Timeline of the year after Portapique

By VICTORIA WALTON, Apr 18/21


Pilot Picasso reflects on a tough year after Portapique

Pilot Picasso reflects on a tough year after Portapique

Aerial artist Dimitri Neonakis flew a heart over Nova Scotia—and stole all of ours.

By JONATHAN WERBITT, Apr 18/21


How to tune in to the Portapique memorial service livestream

How to tune in to the Portapique memorial service livestream

A tribute in honour of the 22 victims happens Sunday, April 18 at 3pm.

By MORGAN MULLIN, Apr 17/21


8 ways to support Muslims in Halifax this Ramadan

8 ways to support Muslims in Halifax this Ramadan

Helping someone get through the month of fasting is as easy as offering a chair.

By HABIBA COOPER DIALLO, Apr 15/21


What happened at Northwood?

What happened at Northwood?

How Nova Scotia failed its most vulnerable.
an exclusive coast investigation

By STEPHANIE NOLEN, Apr 15/21


Haligonians looking to take action about police power can have their say on April 21

Haligonians looking to take action about police power can have their say on April 21

By CAORA MCKENNA, Apr 13/21


Halifax has signed up for another review of its police services

Halifax has signed up for another review of its police services

Bringing the current total to four.

By CAORA MCKENNA, Apr 9/21


Video report: Catch up on Halifax Regional Council’s April 6 meeting

Video report: Catch up on Halifax Regional Council’s April 6 meeting

Another review of policing, strict rules for illegal dumping, a visioning process for Africville and more.

By CAORA MCKENNA, Apr 7/21


What’s coming to regional council this Tuesday, April 5

What’s coming to regional council this Tuesday, April 5

Enjoy Halifax council’s agenda decoded into non-bureaucratic language.

By CAORA MCKENNA, Apr 5/21


Recreating Halifax scenes with “little pieces of Halifax”

Recreating Halifax scenes with “little pieces of Halifax”

A high school student makes the Old Town Clock out of bus transfers, and we love it.

By CAORA MCKENNA, Apr 2/21


Nova Scotia’s Affordable Housing Commission is hosting online workshop to talk about the housing crisis

Nova Scotia’s Affordable Housing Commission is hosting online workshop to talk about the housing crisis

Halifax renters, now’s your time to cry.

By SEYITAN MORITIWON, Mar 31/21


Halifax patios now more accessible to dogs than disabled people

Halifax patios now more accessible to dogs than disabled people

Get excited to pet Tucker at the patio bar, but don’t forget that a segment of the human population is still waiting for equal access.

By VICTORIA WALTON, Mar 30/21


GameChangers902 is calling on Halifax to light up HRP’s phone lines

GameChangers902 is calling on Halifax to light up HRP’s phone lines

The planned Phone Line Blitz is in response to recent conduct from HRP officer.

By CAORA MCKENNA, Mar 30/21


HRM’s police oversight board is recruiting two community members

HRM’s police oversight board is recruiting two community members

Act fast if you want to join—applications close Tuesday at midnight.

By CAORA MCKENNA, Mar 30/21


Bike Again's home up for sale

Bike Again's home up for sale

The resilient DIY cycling collective is unfazed, if a little weary, at the prospect of moving again.

By CAORA MCKENNA, Mar 29/21


Spring comes up like a crocus

Spring comes up like a crocus

Coast readers share their first-sign-of-spring photos.

By CAORA MCKENNA, Mar 27/21


We made a couple Suez Ship memes

We made a couple Suez Ship memes

And we're sharing here in case you're not on the socials much.

By CAORA MCKENNA, Mar 26/21


Video report: Catch up on Halifax Regional Council’s March 23 meeting

Video report: Catch up on Halifax Regional Council’s March 23 meeting

Boulevard gardens, a Fairview development agreement, money for heritage conservation and support for community rinks.

By CAORA MCKENNA, Mar 25/21


What’s coming to Halifax Regional Council on Tuesday, March 23

What’s coming to Halifax Regional Council on Tuesday, March 23

Community rinks, Schmitdville, parks and a development proposal in Fairview are on the agenda for council’s next meeting.

By CAORA MCKENNA, Mar 21/21


The Youth Project is offering free gender-affirming garments to young Nova Scotians

The Youth Project is offering free gender-affirming garments to young Nova Scotians

Binders, packers and gaffs are all available to be shipped in discreet envelopes.

By VICTORIA WALTON, Mar 21/21


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