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Lawrence Hill having a chat with Pier 21's Troy Myers

Refugees Author Lawrence Hill wants you to see the life of refugees

Hill read his latest novel, The Illegal, to a crowd at Pier 21

Oct 2, 2015

MC's Kelsey Keddy and Dan Nicholson auction off  a group date with members of Dalhousie's  cheerleading team.

DalhousieAthlete auction raises money at Dal

Fundraiser held by LGBTQ group raises more than $1,300

Oct 2, 2015

Portrayal of what the new Boutique Hotel will look like on Spring Garden rd.

DowntownThis development will re-make one of your favourite city corners

Westwood’s plan for the site opposite the new Halifax Central Library will swap historic charm for contemporary style

Oct 2, 2015

Park proposal'We want our dog park': North Enders

Off-leash dog walkers in the North End say the municipality’s proposal for the park doesn’t address its primary use

Oct 2, 2015

Premier Stephen McNeil and Chief Leroy Denny

Mi'kmaq Treaty DayWhy kids will be learning more about Mi'kmaq history

Memorandum of understanding aims to "plant the seed of justice"

Oct 1, 2015

Information table

Refugee crisis'We can't leave them floating in the Mediterranean'

Disappointed in Ottawa's response, communities are eager to sponsor and help refugees

Oct 1, 2015

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Ceremony debateDiverse views on niqab issue

People on Dalhousie’s campus oppose — and support — the federal Conservatives’ effort to restrict head coverings at citizenship ceremonies

Oct 1, 2015

Candidates discuss refugee issues.

Refugees Candidates want refugees to call Halifax home

Candidates aim to increase Canada’s refugee intake

Oct 1, 2015

Student Union of NSCAD University (SUNSCAD) meets for the first time this school year.

NSCAD moveImagining what NSCAD can be

Wednesday’s student council meeting reveals positive attitude about the big move

Oct 1, 2015

Panelists from the left: Thomas Duck, Britt Hall, Peter Wells and Katie Gibbs.

Academic freedomWhy these academics are trying to rally Canadians

Participants at a discussion on supporting science called on the audience make their voice heard in the federal election

Oct 1, 2015

Doctor Margaret Macdonald Casey, with Lieutenant Governor JJ Grant and Premier Stephen MacNeil

Change-makers These five people changed Nova Scotia

Doctor Margaret Macdonald Casey's contributions rewarded amongst others in environment, economy, childcare and literature

Sep 30, 2015

Neptune Theatre

TheatreWhy Neptune is focusing on training younger actors

Theatre isn't abandoning students, it's "getting them ready at a younger age"

Sep 30, 2015

Halifax resident Sydney Dean can now use a new app to check collection dates.

Recycling This mobile app is helping people sort their trash

HRM’s innovative mobile app helps users remember collection dates, see what goes where

Sep 30, 2015