An ample, free supply of menstrual products should be available to all Nova Scotia girls and woman.
Schools across Canada are now offering demanding courses on the environment, sustainability, and climate change that include field research.
The Halifax municipal government is rolling out a plan to combat climate heating and is soliciting public feedback
“I don’t want to die,” said Lexi Walsh, a 16-year-old Citadel High School student, explaining why he took part in the Climate Strike
Two hours, a book, a restaurant, companions — a dedicated reader’s idea of the perfect night out.
It’s been 50 years since cohousing first spread from Denmark to the U.S., and then to Canada. Today, there are some 150 cohousing developments in the U.S., and about 15 in Canada.
In Nova Scotia, as throughout North America, more and more libraries are moving beyond just books.
Should there be incentives to encourage inventors and manufacturers to make useful products from single-use plastic?
Kentville Throws a Big Party. Yarmouth holds a lobster lottery. Glasgow offers furnished apartments.
New ideas for innovative work spaces are arising in the HRM. Shared space work hubs allow for cross-pollination of ideas outside the traditional corporate structure.
Twenty-seven Mi’kmaq communities have been granted approval to begin construction of solar power stations which could add over 1,600 kilowatts to the Nova Scotia electrical grid.
Under the program, homeowners will receive a $1-per-watt rebate, or about 30 per cent of the installation cost of a solar electricity system, according to the province. The average rebate will be about $7,000, and the maximum will be $10,000.
What we could learn from a history that takes us from dories of days-gone-by to the grandiose shipbuilding plans for the future?
Landowners can register on the Woodscamp site, and receive a free assessment of the potential for their family forest to generate revenue
When more Canadians grasp the challenges playing out in Indigenous communities, they will realize it is totally unacceptable to discriminate against them.
The School Board will recruit staff members and community resource persons to present enrichment sessions or serve as mentors to individuals or small group