Thousands of frustrated teachers rallied at Province House Friday, protesting Bill 75

TEACHERSNova Scotia teachers rally against Bill 75

Teachers and their supporters filled the streets around Province House on Friday

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Friday morning, a machine is finishing cleaning off the sidewalk for pedestrians.

SnowWeather limits Meals on Wheels service for seniors

Multiple food deliveries cancelled as Halifax burdened under extreme weather conditions

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Deliveries resumed once some sidewalks and bus stops were cleared

HealthShovelling snow the healthy way

Dalhousie researcher explains the right stuff for the white stuff

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Marijke Nel stands by the net at the HEADStart Tennis Club in Clayton Park.

TennisTennis player Marijke Nel to represent her new country in her old one

Nel, a new Canadian citizen, will compete in Cape Town, South Africa, next month

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Rev. Russ Daye and Rev. Ian Fraser. Fraser gave the sermon at the vigil.

SupportChurch’s vigil for Muslim community warms hearts

St. Andrew's United recognized for its vigil service after Quebec mosque shooting

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Commuter trains would use existing infrastructure and be destined for the main station on Hollis Street.

TransportationReady to roll: VIA says they want to finalize a rail plan with HRM

What would it take to give the Maritimes more rail services?

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MusicThis Halifax band is about to explore their reggae roots

Dub Kartel spending 10 days in Kingston to perform and record with local legends

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Calvert Lewis spends his free time collecting and fixing guitars to donate to Guitars for Vets

Veterans Guitars for Vets: Healing through music

Halifax-based program seeks guitars for veterans suffering from PTSD

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Showing off your engagement ring is the first public acknowledgement that you're getting married

Valentine's DayPeople in Canada's ocean playground keep tying the knot

Love birds in the province keep sealing the deal with a yes

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FeminismWhy do men think it's sexy to stop women on the street?

Here are the ways women call out catcalling

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Harry Critchley in his office at Dalhousie.

EducationMeet the philosopher teaching cosmology to convicts

"A lot of the time, those that are in prison are infantilized or demonized."

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Lauren Campbell and Kelly Lucas start off by smelling the first croissant.

FoodThese are five of Halifax's best croissants

The signal asked two experts to do a blind taste test

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WellTrack app and online services help students with mental health issues

Mental HealthYes, there's an app for that too now

Dalhousie promotes a new mental health app

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ARTMeet Swiss artist Otto Künzli

He's never received a university degree but has lectured at universities all around the world

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Friday morning, a machine is finishing cleaning off the sidewalk for pedestrians.

WeatherHalifax back to normal after winter strikes again

Thursday night's predicted storm wasn't as bad as expected

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Wendell Coveyduc uses a snowblower to clear his driveway on Friday after the second snowstorm to Halifax in less than a week.

WeatherHalifax got a second snow day in less than a week

While people dug out again, thoughts moved to who should shovel sidewalks

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Thrillema volunteers Jess Smallwood and Mark Palermo hold up copies of their favorite horror movies.

moviesThrillema brings horror for Valentine’s

Love campy horror films? This film screening series is just what you need

1 week ago | Arts

St. Matthews Church on Barrington Street

shelterWarming centre opens for Halifax homeless

'We are trying to prevent any injury or death'

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