The Halifax Examiner is providing all COVID-19 coverage for free. Halifax is belatedly moving to make changes to its transportation network to help pedestrians and cyclists better adhere to social distancing guidelines, but the plan is short on details. The city notified councillors and announced publicly on Tuesday that it’s “preparing to implement adjustments to […]
The Halifax Examiner is providing all COVID-19 coverage for free. Kourosh Rad picked a hell of a time to get into the restaurant business. On Feb. 1, the city planner turned small business owner took over Garden Food Bar and Lounge at the corner of Clyde and Queen streets, near the Halifax Central Library in […]
News 1. Mass murder victims believed to number 22 Tim Bousquet reports from yesterday’s RCMP press briefing, and outlines a “vague and misleading” statement issued by the RCMP regarding the mass murder spree on the weekend in which 22 people were murdered by a single perpetrator, over almost 14 hours, in a series of Nova […]
News 1. COVID-19 update: provincial projections released The province has released projections for the spread of COVID-19 in Nova Scotia, reports Jennifer Henderson from the daily provincial briefing: Nova Scotia now has over 500 people who have tested positive for COVID-19. The province released estimates today based on models that show that if compliance with […]
After the announcement about $25 million in funding towards a minimum bike grid for central Halifax and Dartmouth, there was a lot of talk about who would benefit from such an investment. One of the main numbers that got thrown around was 1%, a perfectly good statistic supplied by Statistics Canada, as far as it […]
Sometimes government makes an announcement, and even though you know it’s ages from reality, and will probably be announced and re-announced many times hence, you simply can’t help but get excited at the possibilities. Such is the case with the announcement by Transport Canada earlier this month that the federal department will help fund a...