Stories by Aisha Goyette

NSCAD University students might not have classes to attend as of Feb. 20, if there is a strike or lock out.

NSCAD STRIKENSCAD may be one week away from a strike

Collective agreement not yet reached between faculty and university administration

Feb 13, 2019

Deborah Luscomb hosted the first Death Cafe in Halifax in March 2015.

DEATH CAFECoffee, snacks and death

Death Cafes are bringing mortality to the table

Feb 11, 2019

Nova Scotia premier Stephen McNeil responds to questions about Northern Pulp.

GOVERNMENTNo extension for Northern Pulp; premier stands firm

“The deadline is the deadline,” said Stephen McNeil

Feb 1, 2019

Marianne Labrie and Zac Comeau, co-artists of the new bilingual theatre production company in Halifax, Théâtre DesAssimilés.

THEATREBilingual plays are coming to Halifax

Company will use creative methods to include both French and English audiences

Jan 31, 2019

Co-Chairs of the Task Force, Chief Roderick Googoo (left) and Monica MacDonald (right).

CORNWALLISCornwallis task force: new name, new partnership

Halifax Regional Municipality and Mi’kmaq Chiefs co-chair new task force

Jan 23, 2019

Solar panels cover the Halifax Regional Police headquarters on Gottingen Street.

ENERGYHalifax's solar energy program is here to stay

HRM amends bylaw to make solar financing program permanent

Jan 16, 2019