Small-town living. Big-city prices. A crisis of affordability

Hot housing markets and short-term rentals once only affected metropolitan areas. Now, they are threatening rural towns across Canada.

Jun 27, 2022 | Longform News

Students learn the significance of smudging to Mi'kmaq.

Kwe' Eskasoni

Journalism students learn what it means to report in Mi'kma'ki

Jun 3, 2022 | News

Rodney Alex is a fisheries guardian in Eskasoni.

In Eskasoni, a healthy Qamsipuk River needs its guardians

Jun 3, 2022 | News

The entrance to Kluskap’s Cave.

Pjilita'q to the centre of the universe

For Mi'kmaq, Kluskap’s Cave holds a sacred story

Jun 3, 2022 | News


A person plays a VLT

Numbers Game: Video lottery keeps on spinning, and Nova Scotians keep on getting hurt

More than 30 years after being introduced, the "crack cocaine of gambling" is alive and well

Jun 10, 2022

The faces behind the numbers

Why Halifax came out on top in the 2021 Canadian census

Feb 11, 2022

The CGI show, comprised of more than four trillion pixels, runs at the Halifax Convention Centre from May 8 to June 12. (Beyond Van Gogh)

Van Gogh in 3D

Halifax to host animated renderings of Dutch impressionist’s masterpieces

May 1, 2022 | Arts News

Students and instructors in the video documentary workshop pose after the screening of their documentaries.

J-school grads go big

King’s journalism students show off their work for first time post-lockdown

Apr 6, 2022 | News

Mary Spurr is taking a picture of Paul Robeson’s portrait. Robeson was an American singer, actor and political activist.

Photo Essay: The World of Yousuf Karsh

Famous photographer’s work on display at Halifax’s Pier 21 museum

Mar 29, 2022 | News

Dalhousie students and staff walk around campus, some with masks and some without. With the restrictions lifted on  March 21, 2022, masks will become optional at most locations in the province.

COVID rule rollback divides Halifax students

Some support N.S. government’s move to make masks optional; others call for caution

Mar 24, 2022 | News

Nellwyn Lampert teaches a non-credit workshop on memoir for the University of King's College.

Q&AQ&A: The art of the memoir with Nellwyn Lampert

Writing teacher says digging into one’s past through memoir is difficult but worthwhile

Mar 18, 2022 | News