Stories by Anastasia Payne

Steph Kenny and her family have been living with her mother since November, after their landlord told them he was selling the home they were renting.

Multi-generational living is keeping some families afloat

How multi-generational living is keeping some families afloat during the pandemic

Mar 23, 2021

Signs in front of NSCC's Institute of Technology Campus remind visitors of public health guidelines.

N.S. student loan recipients to receive $750

COVID-19 Response Grant meant to cover added costs of post-secondary distance learning

Dec 8, 2020

A microphone is surrounded by fire in this photo illustration.

Talk about trouble

News/talk radio stations face possible closures

Dec 7, 2020

Mike Poworoznyk stands in front of a quilt inside the Sackville Area Warming Centre.

Sackville Area Warming Centre opens for the winter

Lack of volunteers means centre can only open four nights a week

Dec 2, 2020

People are encouraged to wear masks while out.

Nova Scotia announces 9 new cases of COVID-19

Province ramps up rapid testing strategy

Nov 28, 2020

The College Street property where the Mi'kmaw Native Friendship Centre's new affordable housing development will sit.

Affordable housing coming to Halifax by 2022

Council approves three non-profit housing proposals under federal Rapid Housing Initiative

Nov 25, 2020

The Maitland Street entrance of St. Patrick's-Alexandra School.

Community members ask how proposed towers would affect north-end neighbourhood

Developer wants to build high-rise towers at former St. Patrick’s-Alexandra School site

Nov 21, 2020

Sir John A. Macdonald High School's main doors.

Erasing history? Mi’kmaw historian challenges supporters of Sir John A. Macdonald school name

Online petition gets hundreds of signatures over plan to drop name

Nov 18, 2020

Sir John A. Macdonald High School's main doors.

Goodbye Sir John A., this high school will have a new name

'Small but important step towards reconciliation,' principal says

Nov 13, 2020