Violent attacks against Halifax’s LGBT community continue
Many victims fail to report crimes agains them, say cops.
By Mick Côté
Tags: Cultural Festivals, Halifax Pride
Windsor quartet bring raw power to Halifax
Tags: Music, Feature
Intelivote trips over BC election
Dartmouth internet voting firm runs HRM elections.
Tags: News, Intelivote, Dean Smith, Reality Bites
Can Halifax become a Fair Trade town?
Dalhousie student Emily Stewart thinks so.
Tags: News, Fair Trade, Emily Stewart, Jennifer Watts, Reality Bites
Finding value on the menu
In last year’s inaugural Cheap Eats issue, we sent our reporters out in search of the ultimate inexpensive restaurant meals—spending not much money to get some food. We’ve found a new set of low-cost dishes again this year.
By Lizzy Hill and Mick Côté
Tags: Food, Brooklyn Warehouse, Brussels Restaurant and Brasserie, Certainly Cinnamon, Cheap Eats, Chez Tess, Elephant's Eye Cafe, Five Fishermen, Lower Deck/The Beer Market, Onyx, Pipa, Tess, The Brown Hound, The Five Fishermen Restaurant & Grill, The Lower Deck, Your Father's Moustache, Lower Deck, Halifax, Cheap Eats, The Brooklyn Warehouse, The Lower Deck, Halifax
Fully vaccinated Canada: animated tracker of national vaccine progress in 2021
The COVID vaccine side effects Nova Scotia doesn’t acknowledge
“The race between virus and vaccine is not settled yet”
14 rules that relax in Phase 4 of NS reopening
Timeline of Nova Scotia’s 2021 reopening plan
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Full election results for Halifax and Nova Scotia as Conservatives gain Liberal ground
By Lyndsay Armstrong
CBC’s “lust, legacy and lobster” show Moonshine stays true to Nova Scotia
By Chris Stoodley
That post about a rash of “abductions” downtown is distracting misinformation
By Victoria Walton
What to watch at FIN Atlantic International Film Festival: Wed Sep 22
By Morgan Mullin