A crash course on crosswalks

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Want to cut down on pedestrian-driver crashes? Enforce the crosswalk rules

Pedestrians aren’t to blame

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Shared responsibility is a misleading message. Let’s try something new, Halifax

Speak up for your city

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If you’re concerned about how your city is changing, if you want a say in how it’s changing, you need to speak up now

Four more years

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Halifax has elected its new government. Will anything change?

Did we miss your favourite beer?

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Did we miss your favourite beer? Want to give a shout out to your favourite brewery? Vote below and you could see your recommendation added to future editions of the Halifax Magazine Beer Guide.

Beer to the people

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I’m confident any journalist who has ever written about craft beer can back me up on this: it’s a tricky topic. Everyone has their favourites, and beer is very subjective. Your favourite beer may be an also-ran to me, and vice versa. That’s why most craft-beer stories play it safe: “Yay, these locals are doing… Read More»

The Pitch: Grace Street Mission

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Grace Street Mission offers help in recovery, court attendance, access to anger management programming, job and housing support, and more

Editorial: Love this town

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As Halifax basks in summer, hard-working magazine editors need a break from trying to solve the city’s problems