Janet Arbuckle and her sheltie, Devlin.

Dog Dancing Grab your dancing shoes and furry friend for this fitness class

Local trainer offers weekly classes in ‘goofy,' 'relaxed’ sport

Feb 14, 2018

Six African-Canadians speak about how the celebrate African Heritage Month

African HeritageHow do you celebrate African Heritage Month?

The Signal asks six African-Canadians how they celebrate

Feb 13, 2018

Qendresa Sahiti, Kathleen Cairns and Alexis Leonard are planning the first Concussion Cafe

HealthNo ‘pity party’ at peer-led discussion group for people with concussions

The meetings will take place in the Canada Games Centre the last Tuesday of every month

Feb 12, 2018

Conor Walsh eats a banana from the Mobile Food Market.

FOOD Find out what drives Halifax’s Mobile Food Market

Project won silver at the IPAC/Deloitte Public Sector Leadership Awards this month

Feb 11, 2018

Dolores Nickerson (left), Melanie MacLeod (centre), and Naomi Judah (right) at Parkland in the Gardens.

RETIREMENT‘You hit the nail on the head’: play on senior living brings residents out

Neptune Theatre’s 'Jonas and Barry in the Home’ takes on aging, sex, family and death in seniors residence

Feb 11, 2018

Alton Gas Resistance‘It means a lot’: Alton Gas resistance treaty camp gets a hot meal a week

Dalhousie’s DSUSO, Loaded Ladle and DSU Market team up to feed protesters

Feb 11, 2018

Youth Drag‘The stuff I do as Nikki I could never do as Nico,’ says drag performer Nikki Teenn

The Youth Project and Halifax Central Library presented 2nd annual youth drag show

Feb 9, 2018

CornwallisWhat do historians make of Cornwallis?

Using the Witt test as the criteria to assess the Cornwallis statue

Feb 9, 2018

Danny Paul (right) says he is frustrated by the lack of community consultation from
government and chiefs.

Reconciliation'Love and understanding': Dalhousie hosts first TRC cafe

Truth and Reconciliation Café brings together people for discussion about community building

Feb 9, 2018

At this time of year, there should be snow on the ground, but rain falls and high temperatures has melted it all.

WeatherWhere’s winter? Snowshoers are snowshoe-less

Halifax records lowest snowfall record since 1953

Feb 8, 2018