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Sara Coffin, Sarah Rozee, and Jacinte Armstrong of Mocean Dance working in the studio on the new creation "Number 4, a quartet" by Montreal choreographer Daniele Desnoyers. Photo Credit: Rhonda Baker

Cityscape

Bodies in Mocean

A Halifax dance company celebrates its 15th year with new and familiar pieces Keep reading »

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Food & Wine Blog

Consistency and quality at Edna Restaurant

I've lived in the same neighborhood since moving to Halifax, and Edna has been there just down the block for about the same amount of time. For the Keep reading »

Andrew Al-Khouri, a former contestant on cooking reality show MasterChef Canada also started offering private chef services, under the name Zatar Catering.

Dining

A big night in

Halifax’s personal chef scene is heating up Keep reading »

Danny co-owns Innovative Beverages, is an importer of fine wines and is a CAPSAC-certified sommelier. Photo: Tammy Fancy

Wine

Can’t-miss wines for summer

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There are many instances where the "business case" for a public expenditure isn't the proper analysis to employ. Public utilities - like Nova Scotia Power used to be - are there to serve a public need, not garner profits or even break-even if the broader social good is realized. Commuter Rail is one of those cases: it would bring enormous benefits to the city and region. It makes little sense for urbanites to continue to clog limited street space while spewing noxious fumes. Ottawa's commuter rail is a thing of beauty; there are many other examples of a successful implementation of this kind of passenger transport. If only we had sufficient political will to move it ahead. And one wonders just how much easier access to CN's tracks might have been were it not for the Federal Government's push to privatize the company in the mid-1990s.

Commuter rail makes sense for Halifax

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