Last week, Halifax elected its new government. Will anything change?
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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»
Grace Street Mission offers help in recovery, court attendance, access to anger management programming, job and housing support, and more
As Halifax basks in summer, hard-working magazine editors need a break from trying to solve the city’s problems
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: email@example.com. The Brunswick Street Mission (BSM) is recognized by its distinctive red doors, open to anyone living in poverty in Halifax.… Read More»
Every summer, we invite people from around the world to come visit Nova Scotia. Hell, we practically beg them. Our economy, particularly our rural economy, depends on them. We entice them with photos of the rugged coast, the mighty Atlantic breaking over ageless rocks. Tall lighthouses stand sentinel. It’s all very captivating. We can talk… Read More»
Municipal elections are a lot of fun. Halifax’s next municipal election is in October and this time, right now, is my favourite part of the process. Reporters are furiously sniffing around trying to figure out which incumbents will reoffer and who the serious challengers are. Will a surprise mayoral candidate emerge and give Mike Savage… Read More»
If you’re new to the city, it’s hard to understand how bad Halifax Harbour used to be. On a warm August day, the smell was a pungent slap of burnt oatmeal with hints of outhouse on fire. One summer I bused tables at a waterfront restaurant. Daily, I watched green-faced tourists get off tour boats,… Read More»