Most Haligonians will experience at least one bedbug infestation. What cha gonna do when they come for you?
As the warm weather is finally here, were looking to make the most of the rays. There are a few new patios in the city that set themselves apart from the rest with original details to make the eating, lounging, and imbibing that much more relaxing and memorable. Patio One: Stillwell Beergarden on Spring Garden… Read More»
“Canada’s Ocean Playground” boasts spectacular coastal drives, top-notch seafood, beautiful beaches, and pristine ocean vistas. Tidal Bay, a signature Nova Scotian style of wine made from slow ripening, high-acidity aromatic grapes, is quickly becoming another point of pride. Each year a spring event hosted in Halifax’s downtown called 12 Tides put on by The Winery Association of… Read More»
Regional Council proposed offering low income residents an affordable bus pass in 2014. So what’s taking so long?
In this space, Halifax Magazine invites local non-profit organizations to share what they do, and how readers can help. If you know an organization that would like to share its story, email the editor: firstname.lastname@example.org. The Brunswick Street Mission (BSM) is recognized by its distinctive red doors, open to anyone living in poverty in Halifax.… Read More»
In April, I got a call from a reader named Isabelle. She read the cover story about the Bedford Rifle Range in our last issue, and recognized Mark Currie, who was in the photo. Currie researched the extensive history of the range and shared his story with contributor Jon Tattrie. Isabelle was a competitive sharpshooter… Read More»
Submitted by the Bedford-Sackville Community Health Team
Photographer Nancy Rose turned her hobby into three kids’ books about squirrels
I recently sat down with youth librarian Jocelyn Covert to talk about the lineup for Bedford Days and Bedford Public Library programming in our community this summer. You’ll see us popping up in some unexpected places. Jocelyn’s background in theatre serves her well in her work with youth. Her energy and fantastic storytelling skills are… Read More»
Sunnyside’s pancake breakfast is a tasty tradition that kicks off Canada Day in Bedford