Gabriel Enxuga is a candidate for city council who puts poverty , free transit, decent and affordable housing front and centre. Nothing wishy washy about his platform.
This weekend’s video is a flashback to the large 2015 anti-austerity protests in Nova Scotia. One thing about the McNeil government going after the film workers is that anti-austerity videos became really slick and professional.
Haligonians faced rain and sleet to add their voice to the demand for a $15 an hour minimum wage, as heard across North America today.
“What you do is go hungry, eat less during the day.”
You’re right, we’re doing a pretty lousy job taking care of public housing tenants, the general manager of the Metropolitan Regional Housing Authority told a group of unhappy Spryfield residents. A follow-up on our last story.
Gentrification in Halifax is pushing original residents out and changing the neighborhood, and not for the better. That’s why residents attended a community meeting last week that was all about pushing back.