This story was originally published in the St. Croix Courier, which (like Halifax Magazine) is owned by Advocate Printing. Barrie Clark has solved the mystery. The black gabbro tombstones marking the graves of 150 victims of the Titanic were shipped to Halifax from the now long-defunct Charles Hanson quarry in Bocabec. “We’ve got really strong evidence to… Read More»
Around the city, disused gas-station lots sit vacant for years, awaiting redevelopment. What’s the holdup?
A new you is just a few common-sense fitness choices away. In this issue, we talk to the experts and share an inspiring success story
He seems like an ordinary guy, but Bob Chaulk has had countless adventures beneath the surface of Halifax Harbour
In the feature film Noon Gun, the writer and director challenges perceptions and Halifax’s North End itself is a central character
Celebrate Christmas with an array of books by East Coast authors
Halifax Magazine looks at 2014’s most important news stories, and what 2015 holds for Halifax
Other Maritime cities have had free public Wi-Fi for years—why is Halifax still waiting?
Methodical training, focus and determination power paddler Mark de Jonge to the top of his sport
Amidst exciting new developments, we explore the rich histories of some of the downtown’s most iconic buildings