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Open house attendees leave a message for future refugee arrivals.

RefugeesISANS open house welcomes all, not just Syrians

Despite a pending influx of refugees from Syria, the organization will continue to help all immigrants.

Dec 4, 2015

ListenHighlights from the Radio Room

Check out some great listening produced by University of King's College radio workshop students

Dec 4, 2015

Dr. Paula Hutchinson presented the survey findings at Province House on Thursday.

UpdatedCommunity Homes Action Group finds government has made ‘poor progress’ transforming Disability Support Program

Government receives failing grade from people in the disability community

Dec 4, 2015

Tova Sherman, CEO and co-founder of reachAbility speaks at the BAFF launch.

Film FestivalThe first Bluenose-Ability Film Festival underway in Halifax

With over 2,000 applications from around the world, the BAFF organizers are already looking at ways to expand for next year

Dec 4, 2015

NSCAD's Board of Governors voted in favour of a tuition reset on Tuesday. Many students feel this was unfair.

UPDATEDNSCAD students occupy university president's office in protest

Students left dropout forms on president’s window in response to proposed 37% tuition hike

Dec 3, 2015

BudgetHalifax’s capital budget for next 5 years to go before council

Some councillors would like to see more money spent on fixing roads

Dec 3, 2015

The YMCA and local schools say they are used to helping immigrant families get settled and are ready for Syrian families.

RefugeesYMCA and local schools are ready for Syrian refugee children

The province says up to 30 Syrian families will be settling in Nova Scotia by the end of December

Dec 2, 2015

SportsChallenging curling champion Colleen Jones is harder than you think

King's student Mikkel Frederiksen challenges a curling legend

Dec 2, 2015

watchThe Signal TV, Episode 3

Check out some great stories produced by University of King's College TV workshop students

Dec 2, 2015