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Shaun Majumder brings The Love Tour to Halifax's Spatz Theatre

Shaun Majumder brings The Love Tour to Halifax's Spatz Theatre

Majumder thrives on making Canadians laugh, and he'll do so again Saturday in Halifax
A searing portrait of war and Lindsay Lohan's Christmas delight: This week’s best and biggest on Netflix

A searing portrait of war and Lindsay Lohan's Christmas delight: This week’s best and biggest on Netflix

Check out Jordan Parker's 'The week's best and biggest on Netflix' every Friday on CityNews Halifax
Celebrated film exploring modern Indigenous identity opens in Halifax

Celebrated film exploring modern Indigenous identity opens in Halifax

Now playing at Halifax's Park Lane Cinemas, 'Rosie' is the movie debut from Métis filmmaker Gail Maurice — based on her own acclaimed short film of the same name
'Perfect storm of viruses' leading to 'historic' surge in patients at IWK

'Perfect storm of viruses' leading to 'historic' surge in patients at IWK

'It's going to get worse before it gets better,' said Dr. Andrew Lynk, chief of pediatrics
Live Pro Wrestling transforming Toothy Moose

Live Pro Wrestling transforming Toothy Moose

Mayhem At The Moose will feature the wrestling you know and love in a brand new space
Nova Scotia's tourism industry recovering post-pandemic, but challenges remain

Nova Scotia's tourism industry recovering post-pandemic, but challenges remain

Dalhousie University hosted a panel discussion and launched a new report on Atlantic Canada's cruise industry
Lettuce shortage impacting restaurants and grocery stores

Lettuce shortage impacting restaurants and grocery stores

Food professor Sylvain Charlebois says the situation should improve next month
Immersive Rolling Stones exhibit coming to Halifax

Immersive Rolling Stones exhibit coming to Halifax

Unzipped will be on display in Bayers Lake from December 17 to March 19
Halifax transcriber designs Canada's first ever Indigenous braille code

Halifax transcriber designs Canada's first ever Indigenous braille code

'I think braille should be available to anyone who wants or needs it,' says Christine Muise, whose Mi'kmaw Braille Code is garnering a lot of praise in both the U.S. and Canada
'Strong rebuilding year' for Halifax's cruise ship industry

'Strong rebuilding year' for Halifax's cruise ship industry

The industry pumps millions of dollars into our local economy
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