Social worker Della LeClair shows it takes a village to raise a young offender.
by Lezlie Lowe | May 15, 2008
Lezlie Lowe takes a new approach to summer reading.
by Lezlie Lowe | Jun 14, 2007
When you’ve been HIV-positive for over 20 years, there’s a balance between knowing what will likely kill you and still having to actually live—to do the dishes and your taxes and bug your kid to take out the trash.
by Lezlie Lowe | Oct 12, 2006
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
Toll booth worker Joyce MacIsaac takes your money, lets you slide on the last diem and sees what's going on in your backseat.
by Lezlie Lowe | Nov 19, 2009
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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