How Halifax failed Randy Symonds

How Halifax failed Randy Symonds

posted by JACOB BOON, Jun 14/18

Over a decade since his death, the man who first exposed the brutal racism inside the city's transit department may finally find peace. comments      0

Richard Florizone leaving Dalhousie for quantum super-position

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Richard Florizone leaving Dalhousie for quantum super-position

posted by JACOB BOON, Jun 18/18

University president announces his resignation to go work for non-profit research lab. comments      0


The last ship to transport Africans to slavery was helmed by a Nova Scotian

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The last ship to transport Africans to slavery was helmed by a Nova Scotian

posted by EVELYN C. WHITE, Jun 16/18

How captain William Foster defied the law and trafficked African peoples to American shores. comments      1


Police say data collection on drink tampering not required

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Police say data collection on drink tampering not required

posted by MAGGIE RAHR, Jun 15/18

Bad data can be worse than having no data, says research coordinator Chris Giacomantonio. comments      2


Former Sandy Lake Academy student says school preached gay conversion

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Former Sandy Lake Academy student says school preached gay conversion

posted by JESSICA R. DURLING, Jun 15/18

“I attended those meetings in hopes to find a ‘cure’ for myself,” writes Matt DeMerchant. “What I found was self-loathing.” comments      0


The 25 for 25 podcast: 1994

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The 25 for 25 podcast: 1994

posted by JACOB BOON, Jun 15/18

El Jones and Todd McCallum join us to revisit free speech debates at Dalhousie, then Sharon Fraser talks Pandora's feminist newspaper legacy. comments      0


Two more ex-councillors speak up about discrimination inside HRM

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Two more ex-councillors speak up about discrimination inside HRM

posted by JACOB BOON, Jun 14/18

Dawn Sloane and Sue Uteck are coming forward now about the bullying, sexism and racism they say has long existed in the municipality's workforce. comments      0


SCIENCE MATTERS: Carbon pricing is an important tool to tackle climate change

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SCIENCE MATTERS: Carbon pricing is an important tool to tackle climate change

posted by DAVID SUZUKI, Jun 14/18

Pricing carbon, through a carbon tax or cap-and-trade system, has proven to be effective. comments      0


Poor history of hiring Black workers continues

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Poor history of hiring Black workers continues

posted by C. BRIAN MINTUS, Jun 14/18

Those in government, media, education and business are complicit in the lack of Black Nova Scotians employed at the Irving Halifax Shipyard. comments      1


Retroactive blessings

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Retroactive blessings

posted by DAN SAVAGE, Jun 14/18

Dan tells a snooping hubby to get over his wife’s flirtationship. Plus: The life and times of being the subject of a drunk booty call. comments      0


Free Will Astrology

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Free Will Astrology

posted by ROB BREZSNY, Jun 14/18

Have fun, Sagittarius comments      0


Letters to the editor, June 14, 2018

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Letters to the editor, June 14, 2018

Jun 14/18

These are the letters and comments from the print edition. comments      1


Shipyard workers headed out on strike

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Shipyard workers headed out on strike

posted by JACOB BOON, Jun 13/18

Union rejects tentative deal from the Irvings and gives 48-hour strike notice. comments      0


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