Stories by Karli Zschogner

Danny Paul (right) says he is frustrated by the lack of community consultation from
government and chiefs.

Reconciliation'Love and understanding': Dalhousie hosts first TRC cafe

Truth and Reconciliation Café brings together people for discussion about community building

Feb 9, 2018

Unlike these other products as wood ask or biosolids, which are also fertilizers, limestone only changes pH level, Eisses says.

FARMING'Happy’ plants: farmers get more funding help to truck limestone

Limestone Trucking Assistance Program for Nova Scotia farmers updated this year

Feb 7, 2018

Chief Judge Pamela Williams (left) introduces newest judge Honourable Ann Marie Simmons (right) before she is robed in red.

LawWhat does judicial gender parity mean for Nova Scotia?

Simmons is 18th woman out of 35 full-time judges in Nova Scotia provincial and family courts

Feb 3, 2018

Katie Amber says the people who have joined so far are “kids’ of parents who play roller derby, kids from other sports, or kids that have never played a sport.”

Roller DerbyLong wait over: Junior roller derby comes to Halifax

Kids from eight to 17 are now able to play roller derby in Halifax

Jan 26, 2018

Women's RightsWhy they march

Counter rally included to support trans women, black, Indigenous and other women of colour

Jan 21, 2018

Stephen Smith describes two photos, Nazi Germany and US KKK, both taken in 1938 and both  men, women and children.

EducationGenocide education 'local responsibility' says Shaar Shalom lecturer

Stephen Smith says confronting hate means getting out of your comfort zone

Jan 19, 2018