Category: Halifax Regional Municipality
Dementia questions? Fear not. Ask.
Got dementia questions. Linda and Jenna want to help you get answers. Visit Alzheimer.ca/ns or call 902-422-7961 or 1-800-611-6345.
Business is Jammin’ and other stories: A conversation with Matthew Martel – CEO, Black Business Initiative (BBI), Nova Scotia
A conversation with Matthew Martel, CEO of Black Business Initiative (BBI) a Nova Scotia not-for-profit, about BBI during COVID, BBI Youth Summit 2019, BBI Business in Jammin’ 2019 and the importance of seeing people like yourself.
Full steam ahead for Steamates
Conversation with Karim Kerachni, founder and CEO Steamates in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Steamates.ca
Conversation with Chris Aucoin, E.D. of AIDS Coalition of Nova Scotia
Conversation with Chris Aucoin, Executive Director of AIDS Coalition of Nova Scotia, about HIV treatment, prevention, launch of in-home test kits for Canadians. And more.
Community of volunteers and entrepreneurs a great asset, in pictures (2017 – present)
Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM) ‘s community assets in pictures. Stories by Sheryl Dubois.
First year in the bag: East Coast crafter pivots new business amid COVID-19 | The Telegram
Entrepreneur Lori Lewis of Petal and Crow applies mad sewing skills to everything she makes from her home studio in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. This is the first year of operation and it’s been quite a ride.
IWD 2020: Gina McFetridge
KJIPUKTUK (Halifax) — In celebration of International Women’s Day, 2020, Saltwire ran a series of 24 articles called Amazing women doing wonderful things on the East Coast in their paper and digital newspapers. Among those women was Gina McFetridge, president of Archway Insurance and Atlantic Canadian original with over 31 locations and more than 200…
Need a fundraiser? Check out Urban Rustic DIY in Sackville, NS
Sheryl Dubois writes: Urban Rustic DIY in Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia opened September 2019 by self-proclaimed “serial volunteers,” Laurie and Mike MacDonald.
More Stories on Pinterest
Photos are the essence of the story. Here are a few photos representing as many stories. Thank you to everyone donating photos to accompany respective articles.
Cape & Cowl Comics & Collectibles owner, Jay Aaron Roy
Jay Aaron Roy’s ten reasons his comic bookstore, Cape & Cowl Comics & Collectibles in Sackville, Nova Scotia, Canada, is successful.