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Inner Dance

Difficult to describe as it’s more of an energetic experience and emotional release, this spiritual healing modality is rooted in ancient Filipino babaylan (shamanic)   tradition, today namely, Inner Dance.   500 more words


To develop – or not: Proposed condo, hotel development in Halifax under fire

Nearly 100 people packed into a Dalhousie University lecture hall Thursday evening to give their opinions on a proposed development at Quinpool Road and Robie Street. 226 more words


Round Here: The Counting Crows touch down in Halifax for the first time, in pictures

The Counting Crows were in Halifax Thursday night for the first time as part of their latest world tour in support of their latest album Somewhere Under Wonderland. 32 more words


Little girl's wish is their command: international students host soccer fundraiser

Mohammad AlSaleh wants to give back to a community he’s come to feel at home in.

He and his partner at Global Group International, Dallas Kirchmayer, looked to the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Canada to find a way for international students to give back to the Nova Scotia community. 344 more words


Halifax, it's time to OBEY: annual experimental art, music convention takes the city

Halifax is getting ready for another city-wide marathon.

From Thursday to Sunday, the eighth-annual OBEY Convention is putting on roughly 17 performances from artists and musicians around Canada, the U.S. 345 more words


'Start in our own house:' Loretta Saunders' death inspires Saint Mary's aboriginal task force

Just over a year after her murder, Loretta Saunders’ legacy has created change for aboriginal students at Saint Mary’s University.

Saunders attended Saint Mary’s while working on her thesis about missing and murdered aboriginal women for her honour’s sociology degree, and on Thursday the Halifax school released their President’s Task Force Report on Aboriginal Students that includes 17 recommendations. 342 more words