Source: iStock Photo. Not a home in Nova Scotia.

InvestigativeForeclosed

Public auctions to sell foreclosed properties in Nova Scotia often attract few if any outside bidders. That's bad news for borrowers.

Jul 4, 2019 | Investigative

Passengers look out from the Canadian's observation car.

InvestigativeStanding still

Via Rail's cross-country train spends a lot of time waiting. Via has appealed to the government to help.

Aug 6, 2019 | Investigative

Masters (of Journalism) Chefs, Live!

A special live cooking show from our Masters of Journalism students focusing on comfort food from around the globe.

Jul 25, 2019 | Food Shows

Kristy and Wes Fuller pose for a picture with son Karver (left) and daughter Farryn (right).

InvestigativeDistant doctors

When you live in Northern B.C., access complex pediatric care can mean travelling hundreds of kilometres south to Vancouver

Jul 23, 2019 | Investigative

Spotlight

Waiting is part of the Nova Scotia health-care system.

Online Features: Take a number

Delays, shortages and frustration. An investigation into Nova Scotia's beleaguered health-care system

Mar 26, 2019

2018 AJA Gold Award Winner

Terms of Service

The Facebook Bargain

Jun 1, 2018

InvestigativeStreet clinic

MOSH brings health care to people living on the streets, while Halifax faces HIV outbreak.

Jun 6, 2019 | Investigative

InvestigativeThe problem with power

Can the lights stay on in Nova Scotia?

May 29, 2019 | Investigative

Fadila Chater embraces both cultures, Canadian and Lebanese.

InvestigativeImmigrants face challenges in Nova Scotia: so do their kids

Second-generation Canadians make about 7.6 per cent of Nova Scotia’s population

May 22, 2019 | Investigative

John Paul, a Mi'kmaw captain from Membertou First Nation, in Cape Breton, is preparing his vessel Too Thankful 10 for the fishing season. (Photo by Olivia Blackmore

InvestigativeSearching for the meaning of 'moderate livelihood'

It's been 20 years since the Supreme Court's Marshall decision, but First Nations say fisheries rights still not fully recognized

May 17, 2019 | Investigative

The Halifax Public Gardens is a national historic site.

Spring cleanup begins at Public Gardens

After winter, there's gardening, painting and other work to do

Apr 15, 2019 | News

Leanne Rooke and Deborah Stover express their delight at the 100 Women Who Care  Halifax event in March.

Halifax Search and Rescue in ‘intensive’ need for more funding

HSAR relies on donations, including $10,000 from 100 Women Who Care

Apr 15, 2019 | News

Nadia Qadi wants Haligonians to know that people are suffering in Yemen.

‘Who’s still in Yemen? The people who cannot leave’

Halifax woman recalls harrowing days in her home country

Apr 9, 2019 | Life