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To that end, a community meeting to discuss findings from a research project on income inequality in the Halifax region is to take place in the city this week.
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Editor's note: Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter died Sunday morning in Toronto. The following is a story from The Chronicle Herald published Jan. 29, 2009, following his visit to Halifax: Now, at age 72, the former professional boxer known as Hurricane, who had triplemurder charges against him formally dismissed in the U.S. in 1988, is mentoring young ... (more)
Space:1999 fans at last have something fresh and new to watch with fan film The Passenger due out soon.
Canada post letter carrier, Greg Baller, is seen leaving a Crown Drive home while working his route in Halifax earlier this month.
The Formula One circuit is generally thought to attract fans as a showcase of motorcar technology and racing skill, but organizers of the Australian Grand Prix threatened a lawsuit in March against Formula One management because the races also should be showcases of noise.
After 14 years in startup wilderness, Halifax biotech company Immunovaccine and its chief operating officer Dr. Marc Mansour are exactly where they need to be.
Halifax regional school board's director of human resources has been appointed vice-president of human resources for the Halifax International Airport Authority.
An orthopedic surgeon and his tech-savvy team think your smartphone could slash wait times for knee and hip replacements, two surgeries patients can wait painfully long years to receive.
This will be the first CSPC in Atlantic Canada and the forum hopes to integrate issues surrounding science and innovation policy in the region into the pan-Canadian discussion.
Daniel Joyce, right, artistic director, and Colby Gaudet, public relations director of the Khyber Centre for the Arts, sit inside the 125-year-old building.
The owner of a downtown Fredericton fixture says for years men used to pop into barber shops to get a haircut or shave and a drink.
Mabel Toney of Halifax signs a petition against military spending for Sarah Morgan and Sandy Greenberg, members of the Nova Scotia Voice of Women for Peace at the Halifax Library on Monday.
While countries such as China, Estonia and Britain teach computer programming to the very young, most Canadian students do not learn how to write code until the final years of high school.
Fred Morley, right, chief economist with the Greater Halifax Partnership shakes hands with Justice Minister Peter MacKay before a roundtable meeting in Halifax in January 2013.