Surgeries cancelled as nurses walk off the job
HALIFAX – A man charged with killing two men in Nova Scotia six years ago pleaded guilty Monday to first- and second-degree murder, but Glen Race’s lawyer will argue at
HALIFAX – Nova Scotia’s minister for the status of women says she was shocked and disappointed after hearing a student chant that promoted non-consensual sex with underage girls.
What the bleep is going on in Brampton, Halifax and Winnipeg?
HALIFAX – The father of a seven-year-old boy whose mouth was allegedly taped closed by an after-school monitor says school officials in Halifax reacted slowly and incompletely to the incident.
HALIFAX – A review of the Halifax school board’s handling of the Rehtaeh Parsons case could lead to revised anti-bullying guidelines to help schools prevent a similar tragedy, a panellist
HALIFAX – The Roman Catholic bishops in Atlantic Canada have sent a letter to parishioners saying Ottawa’s changes to employment insurance are harming some of the most vulnerable residents of
HALIFAX – As billboards go, it’s as bland as they come, featuring only a few lines of text and a photo of three guys in suits.
It’s what the billboard
HALIFAX – The Halifax Chronicle Herald has confirmed it will stop publishing its Sunday edition next month.
Mark Lever, president and CEO of the 189-year-old daily newspaper, says its Saturday
HALIFAX – A cat who gained world-wide fame when he ran for mayor of Halifax is battling a serious illness.
Owner Hugh Chisholm says Tuxedo Stan is resting at home
University dean suspended, Christmas cards for criminals and more Ikea monkey
Stories of violence at a Halifax home for black children spur calls for an inquiry
Mike Savage won the mayor’s job in Halifax on Saturday in a six-candidate race.
Hot dog vendor (and convict) is running for city council
Halifax graduates turn to the underground economy
Basement speakeasies, living-room cafés: what Halifax university grads do when they can’t find a good job