Stories by Julianne Steeves

The right to remain silent?

Journalists struggle to get Canada’s prison agencies talking

Jan 23, 2017

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

Jan 20, 2017

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

Jan 18, 2017

HalloweenHaunted house brings Area 51 to Halifax

Proceeds from Halloween event go to Shelter Nova Scotia

Oct 31, 2016

From private homes and businesses, HRM collects more compost than it can process. City staff consult public to find a new compost plan.

EnvironmentHalifax seeks input on compost program

‘We’re going to the public and then we’re going to develop a plan’

Oct 27, 2016

GenderN.S. urged to adopt gender neutral ID

LGBT+ groups see proposals as first step

Oct 21, 2016

ArtA 360-degree look at the Halifax Explosion

'It’s not about making the thing, it’s about making the experience'

Oct 18, 2016

From left: Andrew Curran (District 10 candidate), Russell Walker (District 10 councillor), Stephen Adams (District 11 councillor), Bruce Holland (District 12 candidate), Scott Guthrie (District 12 councillor) and Dawn Penney (District 11 candidate) at Vinnie’s Pub.

HRM VotesBedford area candidates talk student issues

Students ‘need to know that we have a city council as a whole is fighting for us’

Oct 14, 2016

U.S. PoliticsU.S. students cast votes from Halifax

‘I don’t think anyone should sit this vote out’

Oct 12, 2016

Speaker Christopher Sands, left, with Valerie Bachynsky, president of CIC’s Halifax branch, and David Gough, chair of the Atlantic chapter of AMCHAM.

U.S. PoliticsWhy would anyone vote for Trump?

Explaining the Clinton vs. Trump race to a Canadian audience

Oct 2, 2016

Martin Lancaster, left, and Steven Kuykendall, right, have been impressed by the interest Canadians have about the upcoming American election.

U.S. POLITICS'Even when we get bad presidents ... we work around them'

Days after Clinton-Trump debate, congressmen reassure students about state of American politics

Sep 30, 2016

Rhiannon Makohoniuk, standing, presents some ideas that her table discussed during the strategy session.

Sexual AssaultDal students prepare for end of sexual assault help phone service

Sessions seek input on providing support on campus

Sep 28, 2016

Liza Hageraats, left, explains a rug hooking technique to Carolyn Harry

ArtNova Scotians ‘hooked’ on historic rug exhibit

Celebrating the culture, creativity of humble works of art

Sep 26, 2016