Pause the presses

This is the last of our weekly newspaper for a while, but reporting will continue at thecoast.ca
The Coast has never experienced anything like this.

Letters to the editor, February 20, 2020

Pen and sword I'd like to thank Matt Stickland for writing on Omar Khadr in The Coast ("If Omar Khadr is a terrorist, then so am I," Cover story, February 6, 2020).

Letters to the editor, February 13, 2020

Child soldiers

Speaking for The Coast: Welcome to the new

Start the presses!
Editor's note: Except for the bit at the end about going on a field trip through our Instagram account, this piece is optimized for reading in the print version of The Coast.

Letters to the editor, February 6, 2020

On the Northern Pulp mill and Owls Head Provincial Park.
Milling about I share concerns about the environmental damage caused by Northern Pulp and I'm glad the minister is sticking to their guns on this matter ("Turning the toxic tide on Northern Pulp and Boat Harbour," Feature story by Taryn Grant, January 30, 2020).

Letters to the editor, January 30, 2020

For: Santina Rao getting justice. Against: Shambhala leader's return, apartment scarcity.
No vacancy Landlords are afraid to rent to people with children ("Yes, it did get harder to find an apartment in Halifax last year," City story by Isabel Buckmaster, January 23, 2020).

Letters to the editor, January 23, 2020

Featuring lots of feedback for our issue focused on physical accessibility
Sub-par bars

Letters to the editor, January 16, 2020

In praise of both Nova Scotia's new Nordic spa and freedom from anti-abortion intimidation.
Songs of praise Always loved Morgan Davis since I found "What's Them Pretty Young Girls Doin..." on a jukebox in Renfrew ("Ahead by a half-century," cover story by Morgan Mullin, January 9, 2020).

Letters to the editor, January 9, 2020

City slickers Thanks for highlighting the special problems of people like Brian George ("Winter is here, are HRM's sidewalk clearing contractors ready for it?," City story by Victoria Walton, December 26, 2019).

Letters to the editor, December 23, 2019

A whole lotta love for Andrew Bethune's cover story about what it's like to be a paramedic.
First responses

Letters to the editor, December 19, 2019

Reid K. White gives some love and gets some love, and Halifax needs to hit the brakes on adopting Uber.
Staying nice

Letters to the editor, December 12, 2019

Stadium funding, horrific housing and a defense of "asshole" pedestrians.
Stadium bias All this talk of building a football stadium really doesn't sit well with me. I don't care for football—I'm a huge Formula Racing fan.

Letters to the editor, December 5, 2019

Climate challenge

Speaking for The Coast: Pressing concerns

The printing press is a strange, wonderful machine.

Letters to the editor, November 21, 2019

Hell or high water

Letters to the editor, November 14, 2019

Exposing the truth

Letters to the editor, November 7, 2019

Crown posse

The Best at 25

There were strange, powerful forces at work that first year. It was 1995, and a couple things happened to put Halifax in the national spotlight.

Letters to the editor, October 31, 2019

Good call, NDP Terminating the candidacy of anyone who's been nominated by a party's members is not something a political party does casually.

In Print This Week

Vol 28, No 2
October 15, 2020

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