Will former Africville residents finally get their church rebuilt? An apology would be nice too. Stephen Kimber reports.
by Stephen Kimber | Jul 27, 2006
Darrell Dexter's NDP will not repeal historic anti-union law that keeps Michelin plants an open shop.
by Stephen Kimber | May 14, 2009
Did office politics end the promising career of a global pioneer in heart research?
by Stephen Kimber | May 4, 2006
When American sailor Damon Crooks was killed on Argyle Street, police had a perfect suspect but a weak case. Luckily for a city embarrassed by the murder, the suspect cooperated.
by Stephen Kimber | May 6, 2010
The NDP could use a few unfamiliar ones...
by Stephen Kimber | Sep 4, 2008
It’s no surprise Cuba’s new star-power ambassador chose Nova Scotia for her official trip outside central Canada.
by Stephen Kimber | Dec 6, 2018
For three years, the Halifax Mooseheads junior hockey club has been crafting a team to host—and win—the 2019 Memorial Cup. But what if it’s built too well too soon?
by Stephen Kimber | Apr 5, 2018
Leading the province’s biggest union made her the most hated woman in Nova Scotia, and she’s fine with that.
by Stephen Kimber | May 19, 2016
Behind the unlikely Havana-Washington-Halifax connection.
by Stephen Kimber | Dec 10, 2015
A brief history of The Coast, as told by the man who inspired it all.
by Stephen Kimber | May 30, 2013
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