One woman’s struggle to move forward in the system that holds her back
This past summer, while the weather was still glorious, a little known entity called the Aspotogan Heritage Trust (AHT) granted its millionth dollar to a community project near Hubbards. For nearly 20 years, the trust has been supporting community development in the coastal oasis a half-an-hour drive from downtown. It started with the closure of… Read More»
Government policies on sustainability are opaque and inconsistent. But Halifax city staffers say they value your input, and are working to better
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December 10 is Human Rights Day, a global celebration of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, adopted by the United Nations in 1948. In Halifax, the Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission will give awards to outstanding human-rights educators during a multi-community celebration at Cole Harbour Place. According to communications adviser Jeff Overmars, the Commission is… Read More»
Halifax’s urban core is surrounded by a wealth of protected areas, thanks to progressive legislation by the province. Will our city government go further, stall, or reverse wildlands protection?
How does Halifax build a better transit system? Put people first