Education

MediaStudents and public learn about First Nations and the media

Stereotypes rampant in news stories on Indigenous people

Jan 16, 2017

How can journalists regain society’s trust?

Seven renowned journalists offer solutions

Jan 9, 2017

King's library provides kits for students to play with.

examsFinals are coming. Be ready

Advice includes asking for help and colouring

Dec 11, 2016

NSTU supporters march around Province House.

EducationNSTU rally at Province House a mix of protest, celebration

The Nova Scotia Teachers Union demands the province ‘actually negotiate’ to reach an agreement

Dec 7, 2016

Many parents and teachers brought their children to the rally.

EducationWho's watching children during the school closures?

Schools closed Monday as contract dispute between NSTU and province heats up

Dec 4, 2016

In 2015, the Minister of Education said the new high school will be built at the Eastern Passage Commons.

CommunityCommunity reacts to Eastern Passage high school

“I don’t see how any school can survive,” one parent says

Dec 2, 2016

Chief Morley Googoo, Pearl Wenjack and Mike Downie after they announced the Legacy Room Initiative.

ReconciliationSecret Path takes next steps

Project targeting hospitality industry ensures Chanie Wenjack story ‘continues to be told’

Nov 29, 2016

ReportingIt’s a crime

How should journalists cover rape?

Nov 28, 2016

Joseph Boyden speaking at the Fountain lecture on Thursday night.

EducationAuthor Joseph Boyden delivers Fountain lecture

Talk draws attention to mental illness, Indigenous issues

Nov 25, 2016

Saint Mary's University Success Map

Education Saint Mary’s launches ‘success maps’

Online tool shows how to get involved outside of course work

Nov 24, 2016