Author Steven Laffoley turn’s Halifax’s history into entertaining stories that illuminate today’s city
Veteran journalist Dorothy Grant finds fascinating stories of Halifax’s past while exploring the Nova Scotia Archives.
This volunteer-run collective brings literature to prisoners in Halifax
Running once every 20 years, Habitat III, the United Nation’s conference on Housing and Sustainable Urban Development, affects policy for governments around the globe. And when Quito, Ecuador hosted the 2016 edition in October, Halifax’s Sheila Cole was there. The goal of the conference was to implement the New Urban Agenda: “an action-oriented document that… Read More»
Michael Dupuis’ upcoming book spotlights the journalists who covered the disaster
Donna Poirier and John Connor see the faces of homelessness every day. They know about the little things that make a difference
Running for municipal office in HRM is hard… You are getting elected, or not, because of you, your efforts, actions, and words
The band’s latest album combines old favourites with four new songs, including “Beautiful and Tragic”
Halifax’s male doula brings his straight-forward attitude to the delivery room
Technology, history, chemistry, and beer–could this be the best course ever?