A nightmare of evocation as Halifax falls to the wrecking ball

A nightmare of evocation as Halifax falls to the wrecking ball

posted by LARRY HAIVEN, Aug 17/17

Halifax is surely and inexorably being destroyed by rampant developers and an obliging council. comments      1

Saltwire deal earned <i>Chronicle Herald</i> $664,474 in federal funding

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Saltwire deal earned Chronicle Herald $664,474 in federal funding

posted by JACOB BOON, Aug 17/17

Grant money already earmarked for Transcontinental newspapers transferred over to Mark Lever’s new media empire, Canadian Heritage confirms. comments      0


Marijuana review: Super Silver Haze vs plain old Silver Haze

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Marijuana review: Super Silver Haze vs plain old Silver Haze

posted by LUCY LAPLANTE, Aug 17/17

These two Silver strains are both great weed, but one is really super. comments      0


Where I work: Kristi Smith and Pete MacDonald from RCHMND

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Where I work: Kristi Smith and Pete MacDonald from RCHMND

posted by VAUGHN STAFFORD GRAY, Aug 17/17

Kristi Smith and Pete MacDonald have curated an offering that is, in a word, inspired. comments      1


One-stop shop

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One-stop shop

posted by REBECCA DINGWELL, Aug 17/17

If you’re in the mood for some retail therapy, we’ve got you covered. Shop away and incur envious looks. comments      0


Halifax street style: Creighton Street

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Halifax street style: Creighton Street

posted by MEGAN TANSEY WHITTON, Aug 17/17

Scouring the streets for the city's most fashionable comments      0


Home for Colored Children inquiry still on track

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Home for Colored Children inquiry still on track

posted by MICHAEL LIGHTSTONE, Aug 17/17

Survivor Tony Smith says civil servants are “showing up” in ways they haven't before. comments      0


Free Will Astrology

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Free Will Astrology

posted by ROB BREZSNY, Aug 17/17

Expunge your burdens, Libra comments      0


Quick hits

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Quick hits

posted by DAN SAVAGE, Aug 17/17

Get through summer’s waning days with a wide-ranging column touching on porn, dating sites and dick size. comments      0


Letters to the editor, August 17, 2017

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Letters to the editor, August 17, 2017

Aug 17/17

These are the letters and comments from the print edition comments      0


Councillor wants Halifax in control of old Spring Garden Road library’s fate

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Councillor wants Halifax in control of old Spring Garden Road library’s fate

posted by JACOB BOON, Aug 16/17

Waye Mason asking for a staff report to withdraw HRM’s offer to the province and explore “other public use” for vacant downtown site. comments      0


Save the date: IKEA finally opens September 27

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Save the date: IKEA finally opens September 27

posted by ALLISON SAUNDERS, Aug 16/17

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Macdonald Bridge bikeway connectors get green light from city hall

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Macdonald Bridge bikeway connectors get green light from city hall

posted by JACOB BOON, Aug 16/17

Councillors say the $7.3-million infrastructure project is well worth the cost. comments      0


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Someone ran over the Sullivan’s Pond geese and people are livid (8)

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Vol 25, No 12
August 17, 2017

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