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August 28, 2012 • Halifax Media Co-op

Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives-Nova Scotia Releases First Alternative HRM Budget

Group hopes budget will influence municipal council candidates, council discussions and upcoming budget

» Story: by Natascia L

August 16, 2012 • Halifax Media Co-op

On a Precipice

Reflections on Prisoner Justice Day on the cusp of Bill C-10

» Story: by anonymous

August 15, 2012 • Halifax Media Co-op

The Co-op Covers Council

Aug. 14: Ice rinks are consolidated, seniors get free transit, and public property election signs get the boot

» Story: by Natascia L

August 11, 2012 • Halifax Media Co-op

PetroWorth Granted Extension for Exploratory Oil Well Drilling Near Lake Ainslie

The Margaree Environmental Association loses its Nova Scotia Supreme Court appeal to prevent PetroWorth’s progress

» Story: by Natascia L

August 9, 2012 • Halifax Media Co-op

Lights Out

Businesspeople left feeling powerless in Grand Bahama

» Story: by Miles Howe

August 7, 2012 • Halifax Media Co-op

The Co-op Covers Council

Aug. 7: Ferry service downsized, HRM residents speak their minds, and the Metro Centre gets another looking-over

» Story: by Natascia L

August 4, 2012 • Halifax Media Co-op

Coast to Coast, Oil and Water Don’t Mix

Anti-oil pipeline activist on the Enbridge Northern Gateway Project and why Nova Scotians should care about it, too

» Story: by Natascia L

July 30, 2012 • Halifax Media Co-op

The Ground Beneath Our Feet

Despite lack of grave markers, complete map, St. Paul's cemetery in Dartmouth is not for the dogs

» Story: by Miles Howe
Halifax Media Co-op

July 27, 2012

LGBT Rights Group Wants NS to Amend Human Rights Act

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July 17, 2012 • Halifax Media Co-op

To Use Discretion or Follow Procedure and Guidelines?

The Margaree Environmental Association appears for a second (and last) day in court to appeal the environment minister’s decision to allow oil drilling near Lake Ainslie

» Story: by Natascia L
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