The fridge will be outside Glitter Bean Cafe starting in January.
By Victoria Walton
Halifax has a smattering of food banks across the city. They’re well-funded, usually have plenty of food, and help hundreds—if not thousands—of Nova Scotians every year...
Drift brings an elevated take on Atlantic Canadian cuisine to Halifax waterfront
The restaurant at Muir hotel in Queen’s Marque serves innovative versions of local dishes.
By Chris Stoodley
Rural craft brewery goes urban with Gottingen Street taproom
Tusket Falls Brewery moved into its home in the north end in early September.
By Victoria Walton
Dartmouth bartender to represent Canada in international cocktail competition
Marta Ess of Dear Friend hopes to travel to Mexico in 2022 to craft her drink in person for the judges at Patrón Perfectionists.
Luke’s Small Goods bakes up a new, approachable north end business
The bakery-on-the-rise is prepping to open an Agricola Street storefront in late November or early December.
Tinápe is serving Filipino breads and pastries in Bedford
Halifax’s first Filipino bakery offers a range of flavours from pandesal to ube cake.
The first Halifax Asian Food Festival is bridging the gap between cultures
Joyce Liu started Off The Eaten Path—putting on events revolving around tasty dishes—because food is a worldwide common language.
Halifax’s underground queer bar is going public
Queer Garden comes out with a Kickstarter campaign to fund a legal space, while keeping “the speakeasy-ish vibe.”
In-person school delayed a week, isolation requirements shortened
It’s 2022. Do you know what the COVID-19 rules in Nova Scotia are?
A big shift in Nova Scotia’s COVID-19 strategy
Fully vaccinated Canada: animated national COVID vaccination tracker
The COVID vaccine side effects Nova Scotia doesn’t acknowledge
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COVID cases, hospitalizations and news for Nova Scotia on Monday, Jan 17
By Team Coast
Two buzzy Van Gogh exhibits coming to Halifax
By Morgan Mullin
Halifax engineer questions province's $1,250+ HEPA filter purchase
By Lyndsay Armstrong
Making peace with two years of COVID
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on Dec 21, 2021