A protester from Monday night's NSTU rally.

EducationContract agreement ends N.S. teacher job action

All extracurricular activities will resume on Monday

5 hours ago | Education

This is the first time each of these poets will be published in chapbook form

Arts"An array of voices brought together to represent the feeling of this city."

City Series #5 - Halifax will be launched tonight, featuring the work of local poets

9 hours ago | Arts

News for all

How 1.5 million hearing or visually impaired Canadians stay up-to-date

10 hours ago | King's Journalism Review Life Longform

Hosts Zack Smart and Teri Boates in the studio with Reporter Anna Cormier.

AudioSignal Radio: Trump, smartphone spying and instagram savvy contractors

Weekly news and stories from King's Journalism radio workshop

12 hours ago | News

Girl Guides of Canada will be hosting an event called ' Shine a Light on Mental Health', this Saturday. It's to celebrate the launch of their new mental health program called Mighty Minds.

Girl GuidesShine a light on mental health

Girl Guides of Canada to launch their new mental health program: Mighty Minds.

18 hours ago | News

Peter Mansbridge: Debating his legacy

How will the CBC icon be regarded by Canadians?

19 hours ago | King's Journalism Review Longform News

David Donnelly, an environmental lawyer from Toronto, explains greenbelts to Halifax residents at Dalhousie University.

EnvironmentSuburbia or sprawl? Halifax faces a crucial decision

Experts discuss the HRM's ability to contain its growth and create a greenbelt

23 hours ago | News

Nick Everett in Sackville, N.B., for SappyFest this past July.

MusicUnderdog, but not underwhelming: a chat with a festival's 'optimistic' opener

A conversation with Nick Everett about In the Dead of Winter, sex and songwriting

23 hours ago | Music

Panellists Mary Brooks, Brian Bow, Amal Ghazal, and Sarah-Jane Corke prepare before the first panel talk on Wednesday night. Missing from the photo: panellist Isaac Saney.

PoliticsWhat will happen when Trump takes office?

Two panels of academics from around Halifax discuss the incoming U.S. President

24 hours ago | News

Dietetic technician Jan Eddy handling donor milk in the Milk Room

BreastfeedingWhen Halifax moms need breast milk, they turn to Facebook

Some advocates say they want a milk bank to offer safe, pasteurized milk

2 days ago | Life

Rolling Stone has found itself in trouble.

Rolling Stone: bruised and bashed

How the pop-culture magazine tripped, but plans to recover

2 days ago | Arts King's Journalism Review Longform

AudioCelebrity deaths, memorial tattoos and more: check out this week's podcast on how we mourn is changing

King’s Journalism students look at celebrity deaths, memorial tattoos and other stories about grief and loss

3 days ago | Life News

Staged photo

LabourThe Chronicle Herald's striking employees may return to the bargaining table soon

"I have had moments that have been hopeful and things didn’t come to fruition”

3 days ago | News

Stover-Evong in her studio

ArtCreating millennial masterpieces with Halifax artist Mercedes Stover-Evong

Local artist mixes vibrant colour with homage to the strange and the ethereal

3 days ago | Arts

A view of Kings' radio equipment. (Staged photo)

MusicExperimental music project taps in to the live sound of Halifax

Emergency scanners make for a unique instrument choice

3 days ago | Music

HRMLaws around skateboarding in Halifax are a mess

We looked into the issue to find out exactly what they are allowed to do

3 days ago | News

Flash TattooWould you let your tattoo artist choose your ink?

New tattoo shop plays with an old superstition

3 days ago | Arts

Granola made from spent grains at Good Robot Brewing Company.

FoodGrain-ola, anyone?

How one brewery is repurposing spent grain to make breakfast

3 days ago | Life