Last week, just in time for Crosswalk Safety Awareness Day, the city of Halifax revived its Heads Up Halifax campaign, but with a twist on past years. This year, instead of paying someone to come up with more ads like this: …the city announced it was going to ask citizens for their ideas on how...
News 1. Nova Scotia Power and Emera are “rife with ongoing conflict of interest situations” “It was Nova Scotia Power on the hot seat yesterday as Bruce Outhouse, the lawyer for the Utility and Review Board, quizzed Nova Scotia Power president Karen Hutt about the potential risks to ratepayers of self-dealing among the growing stable of […]
November Subscription Drive Erica Butler writes: I will be the first to admit it: I don’t like paywalls. It’s a drag when you spot something interesting on social media and then discover you don’t get to read it because you are not a subscriber. It’s a bummer not to be able to freely share things […]
If you’re reading this on November 15, 2016, then a very happy Crosswalk Safety Awareness Day to you. In celebration, the city has launched another round of Heads Up Halifax, its campaign to “help raise awareness about the responsibility shared by drivers, cyclists, and pedestrians when it comes to crossing the street safely.” As a […]