Atlantic Mining Nova Scotia which operates Nova Scotia’s first — and so far only — open pit gold mine at Moose River appeared on Friday in provincial court for the seventh time this year on 32 environmental charges laid under the Nova Scotia Environment Act . Once again, Atlantic Mining NS failed to enter a...
Welcome to Weekend File. Here are links to all the articles you might have missed last week. Jump to sections in this article: Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Sunday, October 17 1. White lawyer Nash Brogan and Black lawyer Lyle Howe are each charged with professional misconduct, but the Barristers Society is […]
Jump to sections in this article: Overview of today’s cases Vaccination Demographics Testing Potential exposure advisories Nova Scotia announced 23 new cases of COVID-19 today, Friday, October 22. By Nova Scotia Health zone, the new cases break down as: • 13 Central Zone • 1 Eastern Zone • 3 Northern Zone • 6 Western Zone […]
Tremayne “Trobiz” Howe is a self-described jack of all trades. Nowadays, many recognize him from his Fairview barbershop, Fademasters, which he owns and operates. While working as an entrepreneur for over two decades, the former Dalhousie University men’s basketball star was also making a name on the Canadian hip-hop music scene. His latest music project […]
The company that owns the Alton Natural Gas Storage Project has announced the project is dead. Decommissioning will begin on the two underground salt caverns drilled to store energy delivered by the Maritimes Northeast Pipeline. The statement put out this afternoon by the project’s parent company, AltaGas of Calgary, indicates it has given up on […]
A group of conservationists wants you to know there’s a back country canoeing and camping experience just minutes from downtown Halifax — and it could soon be a national park. The Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) Nova Scotia Chapter spent the week camping in the Blue Mountain-Birch Cove Lakes Wilderness Area, paddling canoes, sleeping...
News 1. Shitty landlord Yesterday, Dal Legal Aid issued the following press release: DALHOUSIE STUDENTS EXPLOITED BY LANDLORD A trio of current and former Dalhousie University students, Hayley Inglis, Mackenzie Cornfield, and Kavita Kreuger, say that Nova Scotia needs stronger tenancy laws to protect students after a recent Small Claims Court decision ruled in their […]
Jump to sections in this article: Overview of today’s cases Vaccination Demographics Testing Potential exposure advisories Nova Scotia announced 19 new cases of COVID-19 today, Thursday, Oct. 21. By Nova Scotia Health’s Central Zone, the new cases break down as: • 9 Northern Zone • 8 Central Zone • 2 Western Zone The Department of […]
News 1. Halifax’s new appeals committee grants one convicted cabbie a new licence, denies another Zane Woodford had a busy day on Wednesday. He was at the Halifax’s License Appeal Committee meeting where one taxi driver convicted of a criminal offence got his licence back, while another will have to stay off the road. The […]
One taxi driver convicted of a criminal offence got his licence back while another will have to stay off the road after Halifax’s License Appeal Committee meeting on Wednesday. The three-member committee — currently made up of Mark Everett, Ryan Baxter, and Carine O’Brien — was created following sweeping changes to the taxi industry’s regulations...