Matt Walters drives students to and from the Halifax Airport. Photo by Caora McKenna

TransportationAirport taxi service preps for weekend 'madness'

Heading home for Thanksgiving? There are more ways to catch a flight than calling a taxi

Oct 3, 2016

Moore (left) and Scott unveil painting of Margaret Marshall Saunders

HERITAGE Canada's 'most revered author' honoured at café

Celebrating Margaret Marshall Saunders, Canada's first bestselling writer

Sep 30, 2016

This is Baihao Yinzhen, also known as White Hair Silver Needle tea. It's a white tea and is considered a 'specialty tea'.

All the tea by the sea

Specialty tea sales are on the rise in Canada, but Maritimers are slow to stray from traditional black tea.

Sep 7, 2016

For businessman and patients in Halifax, marijuana is medical marvel. But officials say the dispensaries they operate out of are illegal.

Want to sell medical weed in Canada? It won't be easy — or legal

Nova Scotia has the highest rate of marijuana possession on the East Coast, and the highest bail when you're caught

Sep 6, 2016

There has been scaffolding outside the Loop for some time.

Barrington StreetYarn business on Barrington Street leaving ‘obstruction’

The Loop owner says scaffolding on Pacific Building hurting her business

Apr 4, 2016

Local wine sales were up 14.7% in the last quarter of 2015

WineAs Nova Scotia wine industry grows, so does shelf space in stores

Some worry that 'more local choice for wine means more competition'

Mar 26, 2016

From left: Colin Dodds, Howard Ramos, Jon Penney and Robert Finbow answer questions from moderator Brian Bow, far right, and audience members.

Trans-Pacific PartnershipWhat the Trans-Pacific Partnership means for Nova Scotia

Panellists answer questions about how the trade agreement may affect Halifax, province

Mar 24, 2016

The Bloomfield development will feature housing units of different prices and sizes, as well as commercial spaces.

HousingBloomfield project offers ‘different approach’ to housing in Nova Scotia

The province is looking to offset risk to taxpayers by partnering with business

Mar 23, 2016

“There’s an excitement about candy,” Janet Merrithew, owner of Sweet Jane’s, said.

CandyEaster’s sweet for Sweet Jane’s

Halifax candy store expects to be busy the week before the holiday

Mar 21, 2016

Room escape games have been appearing in Canada since 2013.

Escape GamesEscape reality with Halifax’s new pastime

Room escape games are a popular trend, but will they stick?

Mar 14, 2016