Halifax Water estimates $4 billion dollars will have to be spent from 2019 to 2049, to keep up with changing regulations and environmental expectations

Halifax Water wants rate increase, but critics say taxpayers are overburdened

If approved, customers could see their water bills go up by as much as 5.8 per cent this fall

Feb 13, 2020

Host of Dalhousie's 'talk-in' Ajay Parasram addressing the crowd.

What isn’t being talked about in Wet'suwet'en debate

Faculty and community members give context to history behind the protests in Wet'suwet'en

Feb 13, 2020

Parents flocked to LeMarchant-St. Thomas Elementary at noon to pick up their children.

‘It’s just snow’: Halifax parent criticizes early school dismissal

Students were dismissed over the lunch hour on Thursday due to weather forecast

Feb 13, 2020

The Mobile Food Market can be an important service for Nova Scotians who struggle with food security.

Mobile Food Market wants a new truck to feed more Nova Scotians in need

HRM considering a one-time grant of $75,000 for the organization

Feb 13, 2020

Halifax Transit had some buses on snow plans due to the poor weather.

Halifax expecting icy roads as temperatures plummet

Environment Canada weather statement says more bad weather on the way for Friday

Feb 13, 2020

Julian Abraham and Jakob Postlewaite host the Feb. 13 episode of The Signal.

VideoWatch: The Signal goes to the greenhouse

The video workshop is live from the greenhouse in the Life Sciences Centre at Dalhousie University, Thursday at 2 p.m.

Feb 13, 2020

Regional Council has approved the budget to supply HRM rec centres, pools and arenas with free menstrual products.

Free menstrual products expected at HRM rec centres this spring

The program is now a go after a revised budget proposal from staff

Feb 12, 2020

All three buildings of the Bloomfield Centre sit vacant. Two will have to be demolished.

Imagine Bloomfield founder 'totally annoyed' by city's plan to sell Bloomfield Centre

Community group is critical and thinks plan needs to be revisited

Feb 12, 2020

The parkade is currently set for construction beside the Museum of Natural History on Bell Road.

New twist in parkade debate: city suggests new location

900-car parkade currently slated for development beside Museum of Natural History

Feb 12, 2020

These sunflower sprinklers are part of a splash pad at Westmount Elementary School in Halifax.

New splash pad approved for Dartmouth Common

The two-year project is expected to open in the summer

Feb 12, 2020