Press release: The Nova Scotia Native Women’s Association is declaring a State of Health Emergency in our Nova Scotia Mi’kmaw communities.
On Friday evening June 14 the Nova Scotia College of Social Workers is bringing together five professionals to share their experiences and perspectives regarding child welfare. Their discussion will be followed by a public Q&A.
Media release: “A chain link fence won’t keep us out, and jail won’t keep us in. Grannies keep on singing and the Grannies always win.” If you think you might be Granny material, don’t hesitate to approach them. New voices are always welcome.
News release: On Thursday, June 6, a group of climate activists disrupted rush-hour traffic by biking far below the speed limit. Adorned with signs and flags advocating for climate action, they chanted songs like “11 years to switch the gears” and “what do we want? Climate action!” through the cacophony of car horns.
APL’s proposed Willow Tree Development at the corner of Robie and Quinpool will be the subject of a public information session on Thursday June 6, 7pm Halifax Forum. RM documents indicate the developer will have 288 units – nearly a 30% increase in the units and in developer’s profits. Will HRM require a re-negotiation of the number of affordable housing units?
Media release: Two proposals by Dexel and Rovualis, for 30, 16, 20, and 26 towers at Spring Garden, Robie, College and Carlton Streets are to be considered at a special meeting of the Heritage Advisory Committee on Wednesday, June 5th, 3pm at City Hall.
Halifax – Please join us for a town hall about the proposed Pictou-Antigonish stretch of Highway 104. The two events take place in Antigonish on June 4 and in New Glasgow on June 5.
One of more than 150 town halls about The Pact for a Green New Deal is taking place June 6th 2019, in Halifax. Short video included.
Press release: Two members of international climate action movement Extinction Rebellion were arrested last Friday, May 24th, in Antigonish for refusing to move out of the way of the prime minister’s motorcade.
Public meeting on Monday May 27 to ensure African Nova Scotian inclusion in the Cogswell redevelopment project.