Evan Coole, member of Nova Scotia ACORN and of Solidarity Halifax, along with community legal worker Fiona Traynor, speaks to Rick Howe about the dire need for income assistance reform. >>LISTEN HERE [place marker to 36:00 minutes] Note: Statements by Solidarity Halifax members do not necessarily reflect positions held by the organization.
Nova Scotia: We Have Everything We Need to Succeed
Solidarity Halifax member Larry Haiven wrote the following as the concluding piece to the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives’ Nova Scotia Alternative Budget for 2014. Among the budget’s co-authors are Kyle Buott, Larry Haiven, James Hutt and Ben Sichel, all members of Solidarity Halifax. Originally published at Behind the Numbers. __________ Preamble: The concluding piece […Read more]
“When did being a student come with rats?”
Jesse Laufer, Vice President External of the King’s Student Union and a member of Solidarity Halifax, delievered this speech at the February 12th ACORN rally for tenants rights that took place outside Halifax City Hall. Originally published at the Halifax Media Coop: “Good morning everyone. Thank you for inviting us to this event. As students, […Read more]
Nova Scotia in Solidarity with Elsipogtog
Halifax Media Coop: Halifax takes to the street in protest of RCMP actions in Elsipogtog The Coast: Hundreds of fracking protesters take to Halifax streets Global TV: Solidarity protests held in Nova Scotia Halifax Media Coop: Highway Solidarity Assault on Elsipogtog and Colonial Arrogance Halifax Media Coop: RCMP bring 60 drawn guns, dogs, assault […Read more]
Solidarity Halifax members Judy Haiven and Evan Coole write to The Coast‘s editor with their thoughts on the election. Letters originally published on October 3, 2013. In response to Blake Hunsleys’ article on why he’s not voting for the NDP (“Here’s why I’m not voting for Derrell Dexter,” Voice of the City, September 26), I […Read more]