Taking a Business Approach to helping HRM’s Street-Involved Population

The other day, I had a discussion with a friend about the election. He asked about proof of residence and was kicking up a fuss about... Read More

Councillor Jennifer Watts on why she decided to go car-free this December

HALIFAX – It’s December. Inevitably, this time of year makes us all take the time to reflect on the year that’s... Read More

Events Guide: Community Meeting on Tenants Rights

DARTMOUTH – Do you know your rights as a tenant? Are you sure? This Thursday, the Tenants’ Alliance of Nova Scotia... Read More

Events Guide: Film Screening of “Africville: Can’t Stop Now!”

HALIFAX– With the recent apology to the former residents of Africville still fresh in everyone’s minds, NSPIRG’s... Read More

Quilting the Urban Landscape

HALIFAX – What happens when you take a harder discipline like architecture out of context and cut it up to resemble something... Read More

State of Disrepair: Documenting the demise of the public payphone

HALIFAX – It’s been almost a year since I first started thinking about payphones. Back then I spoke with an urban planner who... Read More