Halifax’s garbage wars
Changing waste management in HRM may be a great way to save millions, or it might trash a community.
By Sam Littlefair-Wallace
Tags: Environment, garbage, longreads, Slideshow
Books and mortar
Stuck somewhere between garbage and recycling, unwanted books make up hundreds of tonnes of waste every year. When Dalhousie University libraries had to unload nearly 50,000 volumes, one man found a textbook solution.
Tags: Education, Back To School
Operating in a legal sweet spot, Halifax’s backyard beekeepers are helping urban agriculture, bolstering the world’s declining honeybee population and finding beauty in a perfect swarm.
Tags: Environment, longreads
A story of suspense
A balancing act between the mind and body, slacklining isn’t just a barefoot, campus game---some local slackers are taking this sport higher.
Wanna slack off?
We wouldn’t leave you hanging. Here’s how to slackline locally.
Tags: Arts + Culture, Culture
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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