Stories by John Sandham

Learning, Interrupted

Kathleen Hollett has a dream. The first step: finishing high school

Mar 28, 2017

Nora Bernard championed the rights of residential school survivors.

MMIWNora Bernard

'A loving, very forgiving Mi'kmaq woman'

Dec 14, 2016

Ludovic Eveno surveys the kitchen at the Agricola Street Brasserie.

RestaurantsThe big problem facing restaurants in Nova Scotia

Influx of 'trendy' new restaurants adds to job shortage in industry

Dec 9, 2016

The Playwrights' Unit is based out of the Bus Stop Theatre on Gottingen Street.

TheatrePlaywrights group takes centre stage at Bus Stop Theatre

Group takes long, collaborative approach to script writing

Dec 7, 2016

Wednesday's workshop focused on active transportation and alternatives to cars

TransportationIntegrated Mobility Plan open to commuter rail system

Approaching halfway point in project, HRM holds second round of public workshops

Dec 1, 2016

Allan Bezanson (centre) speaks at the protest under the statue of Edward Cornwallis.

ActivismSecurity Forum met with opposition from anti-war group

Demonstrators outside event speak out against imperialism, war

Nov 19, 2016

Tickets for Gord Downie's Secret Path concert sold out within an hour.

MusicA scramble for Secret Path tickets

Hopeful concert goers lined up for hours

Nov 17, 2016

Swearing, by the (style)book

Is it time for print media to stop whitewashing profanity?

Nov 16, 2016

Sue Leblanc, co-artistic director of Zuppa Theatre Co. speaks to reporters Monday morning.

Arts MediaWhy are some arts groups boycotting the Herald?

Supporting striking Herald workers comes with consequences, they say

Nov 14, 2016

In addition to his hosting duties, Murphy is also a publicist and multi-instrumentalist with his band, Quiet Parade.

Local MusicTrevor Murphy is on fire

The Halifax is Burning host explains his role in the Atlantic Canadian music scene

Nov 12, 2016

The crowd at Good Robot on Tuesday night.

U.S. electionHaligonians glued to TVs to watch American election results

Aftermath of U.S. election affects Canadians too, Haligonians say

Nov 9, 2016

HTU president Ingrid Bulmer (left) and other union members Nov. 7

MediaStriking Chronicle Herald workers: ‘We finally had enough’

Herald bargaining in bad faith, union says

Nov 7, 2016