Offshore drilling and political theatre

Offshore drilling and political theatre

posted by SOLIDARITY HALIFAX'S ECO-JUSTICE COMMITTEE, Sep 20/18

To sacrifice the fisheries and tourism industries for a handful of oil jobs is not a gain. It’s not even breaking even. comments      0

Province relaxes oversight of Halifax Convention Centre

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Province relaxes oversight of Halifax Convention Centre

posted by JACOB BOON, Sep 21/18

New legislation doubles what Events East can spend without government approval, eliminates annual reports on centre's effectiveness. comments      0


Stephen McNeil's contempt for transparency

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Stephen McNeil's contempt for transparency

posted by JACOB BOON, Sep 21/18

The premier has no interest in fixing the broken freedom of information system his government openly ignores. comments      0


Maritime Makers make it on their own

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Maritime Makers make it on their own

posted by DANIELLE MCCREADIE, Sep 20/18

After splitting from Etsy, the annual craft market will go on as planned: “We don’t need Etsy, we just need each other.” comments      0


Micro grow-op, dispensary supporters say new cannabis land-use rules too strict

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Micro grow-op, dispensary supporters say new cannabis land-use rules too strict

posted by SANDRA C. HANNEBOHM, Sep 20/18

Council unanimously voted in favour of the new cannabis land-use restrictions after a public hearing on Tuesday. comments      0


Kathy Symington’s discrimination complaint will be heard in full

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Kathy Symington’s discrimination complaint will be heard in full

posted by JACOB BOON, Sep 20/18

Nova Scotia's Human Rights Commission changes its mind about the former Halifax firefighter's case of systemic gender discrimination and harassment. comments      0


Halifax doubles down on consultants

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Halifax doubles down on consultants

posted by WILL GORDON, Sep 20/18

City hall’s budget for external reports has more than doubled, after underestimating consultant costs from last year. comments      0


Guided Tour - Quinpool Road

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Guided Tour - Quinpool Road

Sep 20/18

Another Quinfest has come and gone, and not without some good fun had by all. Quinfest celebrated the diversity on the street, and had a little something for everyone. comments      0


SCIENCE MATTERS: We must heed storm warnings to build a brighter future

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SCIENCE MATTERS: We must heed storm warnings to build a brighter future

posted by DAVID SUZUKI, Sep 20/18

Worried about the impacts of climate change on coastal development opportunities, politicians are instead banning policies based on the forecasts. comments      0


Fresh starts

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Fresh starts

posted by DAN SAVAGE, Sep 20/18

When really good head still can’t get you out of your head. Plus: Alternatives to telling your ex you’ve moved on via Instagram. comments      0


Free Will Astrology

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Free Will Astrology

posted by ROB BREZSNY, Sep 20/18

Do good deeds, Libra, says Rob Brezsny comments      0


Letters to the editor, September 20, 2018

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Letters to the editor, September 20, 2018

Sep 20/18

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25 for 25: episode 2007

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25 for 25: episode 2007

posted by JACOB BOON, Sep 17/18

Inside the Square with councillor Lindell Smith and Halifax's slow road to better biking with Kelsey Lane. comments      0


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