Stories by Meech Kean

Safety flags ready for use at a crosswalk in HRM.

CrosswalksCrosswalk group installs 100th safety flag

Flags placed at crosswalks to lower pedestrian-vehicle collisions

Mar 24, 2016

The Nova Scotia film industry is getting a boost from the new Film and Television Incentive Fund.

FilmTerrifying Movie Inc. gets largest film investment in N.S. since September

‘Not as much as we would get from the old system,' producer said

Mar 23, 2016

Funding'It offers the promise that the Neptune will be here in another 50 years': Neptune Theatre

Minister of Canadian Heritage announces nearly $1 million in federal funding for Neptune

Mar 16, 2016

CommunityCherry Brook rec centre means 'more options and opportunities'

Proposed multi-purpose facility would benefit locals beyond recreation

Mar 11, 2016

From right to left: Patti Doyle-Bedwell, professor of indigenous studies at Dalhousie University, Natalie Clifford, lawyer at Clifford Shiels Legal, Michaela Sam, Canadian Federation of Students – Nova Scotia, Joanna Hussey, 2015 Halifax West NDP candidate, and Tammy Findlay, professor of political and Canadian studies.

International Women's DayWhy there's still a gender gap in politics

Panel discusses the role of women in politics and the barriers they face

Mar 8, 2016

leadership'Young African Nova Scotia males need a tool to help them with leadership'

Event for young black males aims to promote education and racial equity

Mar 4, 2016

The NSLC has seen a big increase in sales of local spirits.

SpiritsNova Scotia spirits sales soar

NSLC quarterly results show explosion in local liquor sales

Feb 27, 2016

Armbrae Academy student Hogan Ingram was awarded a Lieutenant Governor's Respectful Citizenship Award.

CommunityArmbrae Academy student receives citizenship award

Hogan Ingram, 17, awarded for his contribution to aboriginal studies

Feb 27, 2016