622 Sackville Drive, Lower Sackville, NS • 902-252-3452

An All-In conversation with Jay Aaron Roy, Founder of Cape & Cowl Comics & Collectibles in Lower Sackville, Turtle Island

Cape & Cowl Comics & Collectibles is a store that specializes in comics, graphic novels, local art, collectibles, games, vintage items, and all sorts of “X” fun and interesting hidden gems. It is also home to the Leighann Wichman Safe Place, a youth-centred drop-in where people are safe to comfortably express their authentic selves.

I recently accepted a Call to Adventure and moved to Halifax, Nova Scotia. Upon moving, the next adventure was for me to find a comic bookstore… and that’s how, or why, I met Cape & Cowl’s Founder, Jay Aaron Roy. Read More…

The pot of gold at the end of the rainbow

Many Halifax businesses participate in Pride month every July and show their support for the 2SLGBTQIA+ community. The support ranges from marching in a parade with a giant float, changing their logos or selling a rainbow themed line of merchandise to generating fundraisers, displaying inclusive advertising or simply putting a rainbow flag up in their shop window. Read More…

Gary Burrill Announces Same-Day/Next-Day Mental Health Care

NDP Leader Gary Burrill speaks with Jay Aaron Roy, owner of Cape and Cowl Comics in Sackville, about the need Roy has seen for better mental health care among the young people who frequent his store. Read More…

5 places for a comic book

While at the cabin or on the beach this summer, you can hop into stories of zombies, wizards, detectives, mutants, time-travelers – all manner of hero and villain, of complex protagonist – available through your local comic book shop (a thank you to our libraries as well, but we’re giving a nod to some small businesses here). The comic business is no longer about pumping out the shallow penny dreadful, or reliant on a man in tights leaping tall buildings. Read More…

Sackville Shows Its Pride

This year, Halifax Pride is hosting Pride Week celebrations from August 12-22, and official details can be found at halifaxpride.com. Here in Sackville, we’re getting ready to hang our rainbow flags in celebration of our Pride community! Michelle Champniss, executive director of the Sackville Business Association, happily explains, “This will be the fourth year our businesses have celebrated Pride through our Fly a Flag campaign with 26 member businesses flying flags in 2020!” Read More…

NDP Leader on PBO Report on Excess Profits Tax, Paid Sick Leave

At a virtual press conference, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh reacts to the parliamentary budget officer’s report on an excess profits tax. This report estimates that $7.9 billion in federal corporate income tax revenue would be generated if an additional 15 percent tax rate was applied to excessive profits earned by big companies in 2020 during the pandemic. Singh is joined by Jay Aaron Roy, a small business owner from Halifax. The NDP leader also discusses his call for better paid sick leave and faces reporters’ questions on the strike at the Port of Montreal. The federal government has tabled back-to-work legislation to end the labour dispute. More than 1,000 dockworkers began their strike on April 26. Read More…

Thinking out Loud with Sheldon MacLeod: Jay Aaron Roy discussing Elliot Page

Jay Aaron Roy doesn’t believe everyone who is trans should be expected to be an advocate. But the Sackville business owner does believe Elliot Page’s decision to come out as a trans man is helping us all have the conversation about gender and sexuality. Read More…

One of Halifax’s favourite sons, Elliot Page, makes the cover of Time

One of Halifax’s favourite sons, Elliot Page, makes the cover of Time — we have local reaction Read More…

N.S. trans community applauds Elliot Page

Nova Scotia born actor and activist Elliot Page has become the first openly transgender man on the cover of Time Magazine. The province’s trans community is applauding a new article detailing the challenges he’s faced. Alexa MacLean has more. Read More…

Show of Support for Elliot Page

Owner Jay speaks to CTV’s Heidi Petracek about the recent post made by Elliot Page coming out as transgender. Read More…


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622 Sackville Drive,
Lower Sackville, NS

PHONE: 902-252-3452

EMAIL: jay@capeandcowlcomics.ca

Due to Covid-19, we will be reducing our shop hours and updating daily, please check social media for current shop hours of operation

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