Dec 142015
 
Nova Scotia Alternative Budget 2016 - Stronger Together

    The Nova Scotia Office of the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives recently published its Nova Scotia Alternative Budget 2016. The following Solidarity Halifax members are among the many contributors to the collective effort: Kyle Buott, Halifax-Dartmouth & District Labour Council David Etherington, Canadian Federation of Students – Nova Scotia Larry Haiven, Department of […Read more]




Nov 282015
 
Another City is Possible: Solidarity Halifax presents Evan Coole for District 8 Councillor

Join Evan, Solidarity Halifax, and other members of the Halifax North community on December 5th to hear about our vision for a fair and affordable city. December 5, 3:00pm Halifax North Memorial Branch Library 2285 Gottingen St. All welcome. Cookies and hot chocolate will be served. Across our community, people are struggling. Our neighbours are choosing […Read more]




Oct 202015
 
Our Work After the Election

Suzanne MacNeil, Executive Vice-President of the Halifax-Dartmouth & District Labour Council and member of Solidarity Halifax, shares her thoughts on the work to be done now that the election is done. Suzanne has just finished working as campaign manager for Sydney-Victoria NDP candidate Monika Dutt. Originally published in Our Times Magazine. Congratulations to all the […Read more]




Oct 142015
 
The Jewish establishment's silence on Conservative fearmongering is appalling

Larry Haiven, member of Independent Jewish Voices and of Solidarity Halifax, says the lack of response from Jewish institutions to the Conservatives’ Islamophobic fear mongering is hypocritical. Founded in 2008, Independent Jewish Voices – Canada is a national human rights organization whose mandate is to promote a just resolution to the dispute in Israel and […Read more]




Oct 052015
 
STATEMENT: We Are ALL Treaty People

October 5th, 2015 – unceded Mi’kmaq territory. To say that we are on unceded Mi’kmaq territory is a simple affirmation. Yet, it seems for many to affirm a complex and confusing reality. All of us in K’jipuktuk (Halifax) are standing or sitting, reading, talking, living and going about our daily routines on unceded Mi’kmaq territory. […Read more]