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


There’s no health data available by race, ethnicity or language in the health system in Nova Scotia

There’s no health data available by race, ethnicity or language in the health system in Nova Scotia

Even though MSI was supposed to start working on it back in 2006.

By SEYITAN MORITIWON, Mar 23/21


Nova Scotia proposes policy for police gear disposal

Nova Scotia proposes policy for police gear disposal

Old badges may be encased in acrylic or resin so they can’t be passed off as the real thing.

By VICTORIA WALTON, Mar 18/21


How to file your first post-Covid taxes

How to file your first post-Covid taxes

Refunds may be smaller this year (surprise!) due to the government’s C19 financial help.

By SEYITAN MORITIWON, Mar 9/21


Fin too deep

Fin too deep

We ask a marine biologist how scared we all should be of sharks.

by MORGAN MULLIN, Aug 19/20


Friends of NSCAD are rallying to demand answers to its petitions

Friends of NSCAD are rallying to demand answers to its petitions

The group hopes that, this time around, the board takes it seriously.

by SEYITAN MORITIWON, Aug 13/20


Friends of NSCAD mean business at Tuesday's Online Day of Action

Friends of NSCAD mean business at Tuesday's Online Day of Action

The group is rallying to get the provincial government to look into the unexplained actions of NSCAD’s board of governors.

by SEYITAN MORITIWON, Jul 21/20


Join the struggle for a better Canada on Canada Day

Join the struggle for a better Canada on Canada Day

The Migrant Rights Network invites you to the “Canada Day What?” online seminar.

by FELESHIA CHANDLER, Jun 30/20


The 50-person breakthrough

The 50-person breakthrough

In a tale of two bubbles, Nova Scotia loosens social restrictions and gets ready to welcome tourists.

by KYLE SHAW, Jun 18/20


Keep showing up for Black Lives Matter with more events

Keep showing up for Black Lives Matter with more events

An anti-racism rally tonight in Spryfield and public resistance event tomorrow at the Public Gardens.

by MORGAN MULLIN, Jun 17/20


See you at the vigil

See you at the vigil

Because Black lives matter, let's gather at Grand Parade on June 5 at 5pm.

by MORGAN MULLIN, Jun 4/20


The class of 2020 feels quite blah, to be honest

The class of 2020 feels quite blah, to be honest

Sheltering in space instead of celebrating convocation means finishing a degree looks a lot different.

by MORGAN MULLIN, May 25/20


Coronavirus on the east coast

Coronavirus on the east coast

Graphing the spread of diagnosed COVID-19 cases in Atlantic Canada.

by KYLE SHAW, Mar 24/20


Canada bans entry to non-residents—with some exceptions

Canada bans entry to non-residents—with some exceptions

“If you are abroad, it’s time to come home,” says prime minister Trudeau.

by CAORA MCKENNA, Mar 16/20


Nova Scotia government says COVID-19 is inevitable, urges people to "do their part"

Nova Scotia government says COVID-19 is inevitable, urges people to "do their part"

by CAORA MCKENNA, Mar 13/20


Nova Scotians who have been travelling should keep an eye on how they feel

by CAORA MCKENNA, Mar 12/20


Over 500 people march in solidarity with Wet’suwet'en in Halifax

Over 500 people march in solidarity with Wet’suwet'en in Halifax

Photos and video from the rally in downtown Halifax.

by MIRA DIETZ CHIASSON, Feb 26/20


Group marches to the legislature to protest proposed sale of Owls Head

Group marches to the legislature to protest proposed sale of Owls Head

Covert delisting of the land from park protection rallies community members.

by MIRA DIETZ CHIASSON, Feb 21/20


HRM's budget committee settles on tax rate and extra spending for 2020/21

HRM's budget committee settles on tax rate and extra spending for 2020/21

Funding for splash pads, more books and menstural products en route in Halifax.

by CAORA MCKENNA, Feb 14/20


Get yourself a lover with The Coast's Valentine's Day card

Get yourself a lover with The Coast's Valentine's Day card

Print forever.

by CAORA MCKENNA, Feb 13/20


Child soldiers Omar Khadr and Ishmeal Beah speak at Dalhousie

Child soldiers Omar Khadr and Ishmeal Beah speak at Dalhousie

Dalhousie's Institute for Child Soldiers marks 10 year anniversary with talk on child soldiers and modern war.

by MATT STICKLAND, Feb 12/20


If Omar Khadr is a terrorist, then so am I

If Omar Khadr is a terrorist, then so am I

A veteran reflects on children of war, the complexities of the modern battlefield and Canada’s best-known child soldier.

by MATT STICKLAND, Feb 6/20


Halifax Regional Police review suggests reorganization, more civilian input

Halifax Regional Police review suggests reorganization, more civilian input

Halifax Regional Council passed almost all recommendations from a recent review to improve the organization.

by JULIA-SIMONE RUTGERS, Jan 17/20


Ahead of premier's decision on Boat Harbour, Unifor members rallied for jobs

Ahead of premier's decision on Boat Harbour, Unifor members rallied for jobs

Upholding the Boat Harbour Act means Northern Pulp will run out of time—and have to shut down.

by MALLORY BURNSIDE-HOLMES, Dec 20/19


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