Stories by Alexandrea Guye

Alexandrea Guye

Alexandrea Guye is a journalist with The Signal located in Kjipuktuk/Halifax. She loves the outdoors and is interested in local stories, human rights, arts, and culture.

A stack of fishing traps organized on a dock in Purcell's Cove.

Mi’kmaw women appeal for state-appointed counsel against fishing charges

The matter has been in and out of the province’s courts since 2015

Feb 4, 2021

Jeff Karabanow, a professor of social work at Dalhousie University and co-founder of Out of the Cold, Halifax

Vaccinating people experiencing homelessness will be community effort, Halifax experts say

This vulnerable group is five times more likely to die from COVID-19

Jan 21, 2021

A screenshot of the new COVID-19 dashboard.

First Nations, African Nova Scotian communities part of 60-90 day vaccination rollout plan

Vaccines are still entering communities despite Pfizer pause

Jan 21, 2021

MLAs hear from witnesses at the standing committee on health virtual meeting on Jan. 12.

Long-term care staff in Nova Scotia still overworked and underpaid, MLAs told

Standing committee on health hears chorus of concerns from unions

Jan 15, 2021

Anne Perry shows a sticker her children designed for an Instagram post. She created a colorectal cancer awareness Instagram page, TestForToby.

Get FIT: Nova Scotian urges colorectal cancer screening

The province is mailing out home screening tests again, months after pausing the program

Nov 1, 2020