A house with solar panels in Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia. 2022 was a record year for new net metered solar installations in N.S. with 1,965 new clients. On December 31, 2022, 6,053 Nova Scotia Power solar clients were connected to its grid.

2022 was a record year for home solar installations in Nova Scotia

Federal and provincial rebates fuel an explosion in solar power adoption

Jun 15, 2023 | News

Volunteers from Future Majority promote youth voting in Whitby, Ontario, in 2019 to make real change on issues young people care about — like climate change, affordability, racial justice and mental health.

The kids’ politics are all right: What young Canadians care about and how to reach them

When Albertans vote May 29, young people will have the lowest representation. How do we get that to change?

May 30, 2023 | News

Julian Dean snaps a photo of himself on top of a roof he is working on in Ontario.

Opioid addiction treatment in North America: Can we better the gold standard?

There’s a need for more individualized treatment

Sep 1, 2023 | Investigative News

Former provincial biologist turned activist Bob Bancroft explains what kind of environment the mainland moose need to survive in Nova Scotia.

ALCES ALCES AMERICANA: a biologist fights to keep mainland moose alive

Biologist fights his former department to save mainland moose in Nova Scotia

Aug 10, 2023 | Longform News


Luring, grooming, trafficking

How victims of human trafficking in Canada are created and why it goes undiscovered

Jun 2, 2023

Jeff Bysterveldt of Bedford, P.E.I. in his former milk barn. Behind the back wall was where one of his silos collapsed through the barn's roof during Hurricane Fiona. 26 of his cows died in the incident.

A time of pain and hope

How mental illness is ravaging our society, and what we are doing to overcome it.

May 12, 2023

Online hate is now mainstream, and experts warn it is only going to get worse

Hate is shifting online, and Canada is struggling to keep up.

Aug 3, 2023 | Investigative Longform News

Rishabh Desai, an international student from India, came to Canada for two years, but left for home within four months

Indebted: The growing weight of Canada’s education system is crushing international students

Canada has relied on international students to keep its colleges and universities afloat, international students are now asking what's it worth to them.

Jul 13, 2023 | Education Investigative Longform News

Cats are becoming popular among college students, who are adopting the felines to help with mental health.

WATCH: Cats, Hartlen Point Birds and Blue Phones

Plus, Canada's ugly internment past, a soap-lab tour and beautifying Halifax with murals

Apr 18, 2023 | Arts Community Education environment Life News Shows

The Ukrainian Cultural Society of Halifax held a Refugee Benefit Concert benefit concert at Pacifico Bar on Wednesday, March 29, 2023

WATCH: Healing Ukrainian child refugees from 'terrible aggression'

Halifax concert raises money for war survivors' art, dance and music lessons

Apr 13, 2023 | Arts Community Music News Politics Shows

The Rubin report said Dr. Wayne Hankey

King’s responsible for Prof. Wayne Hankey’s history of sexual abuse, review concludes

Report cites lack of proper disciplinary action, evidence of destroyed document

Apr 4, 2023 | News

Maysoun (l) and Anna (r) prepare dough for baking at Stone Hearth Bakery's skills training program in Halifax.

Halifax bakery trains workers for the pastry shop

Stone Hearth runs social enterprise for people with employment barriers

Mar 30, 2023 | Community Life News