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The worrisome 13 per cent

Are people who turn off the news still getting informed?

Dec 2, 2016

There are about five city-run common ground cemeteries in Halifax that buries unclaimed bodies.

COMMUNITYAlone but not forgotten

'Equally important as coming into this world, is going out of this world'

Dec 1, 2016

HealthPortrait of a cystic fibrosis doctor

The life and career of Dr. Terrence Gillespie

Dec 1, 2016

EntrepreneurshipForestry 2.0

WoodsCamp brings logging into the 21st Century

Dec 1, 2016

Down, but not out of the picture

Despite newsroom layoffs, great photojournalism can still be seen. Here’s why.

Nov 30, 2016

WorldHow social entrepreneurship is changing the Philippines

Social entrepreneurship means a chance to leave the slums behind

Nov 29, 2016

ReportingIt’s a crime

How should journalists cover rape?

Nov 28, 2016

Smudging is a daily ritual. It happens once in the morning to greet the sun and give thanks for the day to come, and again at night to give thanks for the day that has passed, and the night ahead. 
Four traditional elements are used in smudging; tobacco, cedar, sweet grass and sage.

Traditional HealingSeven Sparks

A transition program for Indigenous offenders hits a bump on the red road

Nov 28, 2016

FilmWhy Toxic Nova Cinema is coming to a theatre near you

Film screening series to put spotlight on local talent

Nov 28, 2016

COMMUNITYWolfville: mi casa, mi amor

How five Latin Americans found home by finding each other

Nov 27, 2016