Stories by Anna Cormier

Cassidy Megan is the founder of Purple Day.

PURPLE DAYQ&A: Cassidy Megan spreads epilepsy awareness with Purple Day

Purple Day is celebrated in over 75 countries on every continent, including Antarctica

Mar 24, 2017

Jill d'Entremont shovelled the snow at her work Monday morning.

SNOWOne last blast of snow?

‘I’d rather be sweating because of the sun, not shovelling’

Mar 20, 2017

Two tablespoons of The Cultured Coconut can provide up to 300 billion probiotic bacteria and up to 50 active strains.

Probiotic Linda Peers trusts her gut

Dairy-free kefir is hard to come by, so one Haligonian is trying to fix that

Mar 17, 2017

COURTSMan, 19, sentenced for firing gun in Halifax street

Cody Thomas MacLellan pleaded guilty last week to two charges involving a firearm

Mar 15, 2017

Crowd gathered at Grand Parade to protest.

ProtestProtesters demand justice for victims of sexual assault

‘I don’t think this is going to stop until things change’

Mar 8, 2017

The Canadian Fair Trade Network wants the power of students to help push the fair trade movement.

FAIR TRADEMaking the case for fair trade

Halifax hosts 5th annual National Fair Trade Conference

Feb 25, 2017

Most roads have been cleared wide enough for the overnight parking ban to be lifted.

Parking BanOvernight parking ban no longer looming over drivers

Drivers permitted to park on streets as snow cleared

Feb 21, 2017

Thousands of frustrated teachers rallied at Province House Friday, protesting Bill 75

TEACHERSNova Scotia teachers rally against Bill 75

Teachers and their supporters filled the streets around Province House on Friday

Feb 18, 2017

How has the post-holiday season affected small businesses? Find out more in our show.

Business Finding footing in the post-holiday lull

Small businesses are finding ways to keep their stores open during the post-holiday season.

Jan 16, 2017