In the elusive hunt for the cash cow, Halifax Farmers' Market regular Rick Rand created a hands-on farm-to-market business. But Nova Scotia's nascent organic milk industry is facing a lot of bureaucratic bull.Photos Aaron Mckenzie Fraser
by Lezlie Lowe | Jul 30, 2009
The two people at the heart of this weekend’s massive Buddhist wedding are already legally married, but that’s just a detail. The celebration is really a chance to make a stronger partnership between the Shambhala community and the rest of Halifax.
by Lezlie Lowe | Jun 8, 2006
As an unsung part of urban development, an abundance of public toilets can make a great city. Downtown Shanghai boasts a toilet every 300 metres. Then there’s Halifax, waiting for the toilet revolution to come.
by Lezlie Lowe | Nov 10, 2005
Do the St. FX basketball star and Mulgrave Park mentor’s worst choices outweigh his best ones? A profile of the year’s highest-profile shooting victim.
by Lezlie Lowe | Dec 8, 2016
We’ve got 78,000 people for each public water fountain.
by Lezlie Lowe | Jul 30, 2015
Whether it’s fleeing war-torn Iraq, surviving the squalour of a Syrian refugee camp or adapting to the culture of their adopted Halifax, a Palestinian family has the gumption and strength to rise to the challenges. But do they have the time?
by Lezlie Lowe | Sep 23, 2010
In the 1970s, in a dress shop on Barrington Street, a straight salesperson provides professional and helpful service to Halifax’s emerging drag queen population. Is she a gay crusader, or just a decent person? Or are they the same thing?
by Lezlie Lowe | Jul 22, 2010
The murder victims make the front page but, every day, vast numbers of women get abused and no one much notices.
by Lezlie Lowe | Jan 14, 2010
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