Stories by Will Gordon

Halifax participants in Fishackaton show off their product logo

FishCoding for a better future: 'Fishackathon' in Halifax

Participants spent the weekend at Volta Labs coming up with working solutions

Feb 11, 2018

The amendments will protect habitats and increase fish stock

Fish‘Protect our waters’: new federal legislation to save fish

Amendments range from protecting fish habitats to considering traditional Indigenous knowledge

Feb 9, 2018

A worker tosses roofing felt from the conservatory into a bin

WeatherNo singing in the rain: harsh weather closes art school

Strong winds and downpour rattled Halifax late Sunday and early Monday

Feb 5, 2018

WestJet will have direct daily flights to Paris and London until Oct. 27

TravelPractise your French: there will be direct flights from Halifax to Paris this summer

The daily direct flights are part of the WestJet 2018 summer schedule

Jan 29, 2018

HRP Supt. Jim Perrin says Brandon Jake Hollohan will be in provincial court Monday.

CrimeDartmouth man arrested in Deborah Irene Yorke homicide

Brandon Jake Hollohan, 23, to appear in court Monday to face second-degree murder charge

Jan 26, 2018

Former PC leader Jamie Baillie.

PC PartyBaillie out over ‘inappropriate behaviour’

Karla MacFarlane now interim leader for the Progressive Conservative Party of Nova Scotia

Jan 24, 2018

The case will return to the provincial courthouse on Feb. 9.

CrimeHalifax man charged with two counts of first-degree murder gets lawyer

Tyrell Peter Dechamp, 27, charged with killing Tyler Bradley Richards and Naricho Clayton

Jan 24, 2018

The Forensic Identification Unit remained outside Farthington Place Monday afternoon.

CrimeDartmouth woman’s death ruled a homicide

Deborah Irene Yorke was found dead at 3 Farthington Pl.

Jan 23, 2018

Police continue to investigate a death at 3 Farthington Pl.

CrimeTwo suspicious deaths in Dartmouth; one ruled homicide

The deaths occurred Friday and Sunday in Dartmouth

Jan 22, 2018

The Nook hopes to circulate the tokens through Halifax to those in need.

Food insecurity Buy a token, redeem a token: cafe wants to feed the needy

For $2 or $5, anyone can present a token at The Nook and receive a meal

Jan 18, 2018