Stories by Angela Capobianco

Angela Capobianco

Angela Capobianco (she/her) is a Halifax-born journalist. She has a Master's degree in history from Queen's University and hopes to use her skills from there to inform her reporting. When not writing, she can be found studying Russian, practicing circus, and reading.

Some aisles in the Killam Library aren’t spaced to accommodate wheelchairs, making the space difficult to navigate.

Some Halifax students find Dalhousie’s main library hard to navigate

Killam Library acknowledges its stacks aren’t accessible to people with mobility concerns

Jan 31, 2023

Adding new residency spots are intended to help alleviate the provincial doctor shortage. As of Nov. 1, 12 per cent of Nova Scotians are without a family doctor.

Nova Scotia increases residency spots for family doctors trained abroad

Doctors must commit to three years work in high-demand areas of the province after residency

Dec 6, 2022

Property taxes were the main topic of discussion during the budget direction meeting on Nov. 25.

Halifax budget preparations to start with 4% property tax bill increase, instead of 8%

Municipal staff say a hike of eight per cent would be needed to reflect rising costs due to inflation

Nov 27, 2022

Pier 21 curator Dan Conlin talks about a museum favourite.

Connections between Indigenous, Muslim cultures showcased at Pier 21

Prayer rugs used to highlight similarities between two cultures

Nov 22, 2022

Lily Andruschak is a recipient of the DalOut bursary. They said without the bursary they wouldn't have been able to buy the binder they wanted.

Queer students feel comfortable in their own skin, thanks to bursary

DalOut helps Dal and King’s students buy gender-affirming gear

Nov 17, 2022

Halifax's climate action plan is central to Mayor Mike Savage's attendance at COP27 in Egypt this week.

Savage pushes power of cities in taking climate action at COP27

Mayor travels to Egypt representing Canadian municipalities and showcasing Halifax’s work against climate change

Nov 11, 2022

Fall River residents came to the public hearing in droves to present their case before council. Most present opposed the amendment.

Tie vote means no to Fall River development

Cheers, applause, meet council's defeat of the amendment

Nov 10, 2022