Martha Cooley is the executive director of AFCOOP.

45 hours for 45 years: AFCOOP celebrates with film challenge

The film co-op has a temporary home after tropical storm Dorian ruined their building

19 hours ago | Arts

Jay Aaron Roy, owner of Cape and Cowl Collectibles in Lower Sackville, N.S., gets ready to move to a new building, opening on Dec. 14.

Comic shop makes moves for youth to 'flourish'

Cape and Cowl Comics and Collectibles is moving, looking to new programs and partnerships

20 hours ago | News

Quinpool Road is entering a new era with more towers coming to the street.

Quinpool then and now

With more towers coming to Quinpool Road, let’s see how it looked last century

1 day ago | News

Africville, a black community in Halifax, was destroyed by the city. The mayor apologized for this in 2010. (Photo taken in 1965.)

Is 'sorry' enough of an apology?

Public apologies are virtually meaningless without an action to follow, experts say

1 day ago | News

Spotlight

A panoramic view towards the mouth of the Halifax Harbour, spanning the Dartmouth waterfront to the Halifax waterfront, from the centre of the A. Murray MacKay Bridge.

Climate crisis

Harbour rising

Climate change will cause the waters in Halifax Harbour to rise by a metre or more, threatening more than a billion dollars of harbourfront real estate

Nov 9, 2019

Waiting is part of the Nova Scotia health-care system.

Online Features: Take a number

Delays, shortages and frustration. An investigation into Nova Scotia's beleaguered health-care system

Mar 26, 2019

Halifax, N.S.: Damage caused by the explosion.

Halifax Explosion: Looking back

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Remembering the Halifax Explosion

Dec 6, 2017

Prescription opioid abuse is a significant contributor to the opioid crisis.

N.S. universities take part in national study to tackle the opioid crisis

The study will help predict and stop those most at risk for addiction, says researcher

1 day ago | News

Anne-Marie Lemay was one of 14 women who lost their lives on Dec. 6, 1989. Her picture is displayed at the University of King's College's vigil.

Switching the gears: remembrance to resilience

This year marks the 30th anniversary of the École Polytechnique massacre

1 day ago | News

Premier Stephen McNeil says he'd like to have direct flights from China to be a regular thing.

Nova Scotia to host direct flights from China

Airline to connect China and Halifax directly next fall

2 days ago | News

The ruling released by the independent inquiry board released December 4

Three Nova Scotians awarded damages after facing disability discrimination

Complainants improperly housed in acute care hospital for “years on end”

2 days ago | News

Candice Pedersen, SIKU team member, is joined by the rest of the SIKU team on stage at the Halifax Convention Centre.

A new kind of social network: Inuit-built app launches

Online platform allows Inuit to record and share knowledge of land, ecosystems

2 days ago | News

On Thursday, Health and Wellness Minister Randy Delorey announced the ban of flavored e-juices.

Flavoured e-juice ban aiming to prevent youth vaping

Province to be first in Canada to see a total ban on vape flavours 

2 days ago | News

Route 186 stopped outside the Beaver Bank Kinsac Community Centre.

‘It’s not OK to take the bus away’

Beaver Bank residents hope that city hall will listen to their concerns

2 days ago | News