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Fast and reliable transit can transform Halifax

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SAY YOUR PIECE: Halifax Magazine welcomes readers’ letters. To weigh in, email We edit published letters for length, clarity and readability. Halifax has some big plans: more people living in the urban core, pedestrian friendly main streets, a sublime wilderness park near Bayers Lake, removing the Cogswell Interchange. But when it comes to transit, Halifax’s plans are too… Read More»

Photo by Kate Pepler

Come sail away

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The Women’s Learn to Sail workshop take to the seas

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Gallery: The story behind the story

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Read Katie Ingram’s story from our July issue about North from Nova Scotia, a temporary exhibit at the Maritime of Museum of the Atlantic focusing on how NovaScotia connects to the Arctic

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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

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The story behind the story

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Learn how the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic puts together a temporary exhibit

Dartmouth gardener Debbie Richard is in an ongoing battle with invasive Japanese knotweed. Photo by David MacDonald

A knotty problem

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Japanese knotweed has been a scourge for decades, but some gardeners embrace the invasive weed


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