Our Winter of Discontent: Sidewalks and Snow Clearing

HALIFAX – After a brutal February and an almost as horrid March, Halifax (aka Hoth on a nasty day) is finally emerging from the... Read More

An Equal Partnership? Weighing the Merits of an Urban Core Community Council

DARTMOUTH – The urban/suburban divide that often plagues Halifax was on full display last week when Regional Council approved... Read More

A River Runs Under it: Daylighting Sawmill River

Dartmouth – From the harbour to its lakes, Dartmouth is a city shaped by water. Flowing through Downtown, the half-kilometer... Read More

Trucks, Bike Lanes and the Death of Johanna Dean

Back in May, Haligonians were saddened by the tragic death of 30-year-old elementary school teacher, Johanna Dean. Dean was an avid... Read More

A visit to McNabs Island, Halifax Harbour’s hidden gem

HALIFAX – Sitting at the entrance to Halifax Harbour, McNabs Island is a world apart from the hustle and bustle of urban... Read More