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Big changes at the Halifax Club

The Halifax Club is selling its historic home at 1682 Hollis Street but the club’s president says the move bodes well for the institution’s future Keep reading »

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More than Toast

Elevate this staple beyond breakfast with fresh produce and small batch spreads. Keep reading »

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Dining

Halifax’s dining mainstays

Halifax’s favourite restaurants have been around for decades Keep reading »

Danny co-owns Innovative Beverages, is an importer of fine wines and is a CAPSAC-certified sommelier. Photo: Tammy Fancy

Wine

Champagne tastes, Pepsi budgets

What’s the difference between cheap and expensive wines? Keep reading »

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More than Toast

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A year wiser

Angela Mombourquette is a Halifax writer and editor. In 2012, she was awarded the George Cadogan Outstanding Columnist prize from the Canadian Community Newspapers Association. @angmombo

The Worst Winter Ever is behind us. What have we learned? … Read More »

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Why did Management get raises after that last Halifax Transit strike that held the city hostage , until they got the money? Sure, give the drivers a raise, they deserve it, but there would not BE A STRIKE if the Managers had seen it coming, acted proactively and began changes necessary without a strike. There isn't a single transit-only road in HRM. So, no matter how expensive and hospitable the bus terminals get, or how bike-carrying, kneel to the curb, the buses get, we still have a pre-strike 50 year old transit plan, with only expansion to new subdivisions, but still driving the routes that NSLP Buses did before them, less the electric wires.

Halifax Transit needs to aim higher

This debate is far from over, but it should be. Landry is right that fluoride is a form of mass medication, but it's no different than a Flintstones vitamin or vitamin fortified food, which are very common and well accepted. Fluoridated water is no different.

The battle for your teeth