Gerard Murphy wanted to sail with his family—he ended up reshaping Halifax’s waterfront
Halifax long-time mayor muses on life after politics…and doesn’t quite rule out a comeback
Aging buildings, tricky sidewalks and building owners slow to remove barriers—how can Halifax become a more accessible city?
Halifax’s next emerging musical talent talks about finding inspiration, learning to collaborate and overcoming stage fright
When you invest, your money doesn’t have to go to Bay Street—exploring local investing options
If you’ve gone out for karaoke in Halifax, chances are you’ve seen him. You might have pointed him out to someone. Jived to his songs.
But how much do you know about Vince?
What will Halifax look like without the three laws against sex work? Some fear it will lead to red-light districts and a sex worker on every corner, but advocates argue it could reduce violence and bring a shady industry into the light. Selling sex is legal, but until recently you couldn’t live on the avails… Read More»
In her final instalment of a series of articles on her heroic father and Halifax’s first responders, Janice Landry meets the man her father saved
three decades ago
For years, many people have believed downtown Halifax has a parking problem. They’re wrong.
In early November, Halifax Regional Council voted 10-7 in favour of meeting every other week, rather than weekly as it has been doing. This isn’t the sort of thing that’s going to send Haligonians to the streets with pitchforks and torches, but you should care about this a great deal. It’s a bad sign for… Read More»