Stories by Alexandra Skultety

Alexandra Skultety

Alex has worked in the radio industry for over 10 years at stations throughout BC and central Alberta. She has a Bachelor's Degree in political science and recently moved to Halifax to take the one-year journalism program at the University of King's College.

Saint Mary's University master's student Kailey Roche and researcher Skye Stephens are working to address the lack of adequate services for people with sexual interest in children who haven't offended.

‘A really hard topic’: Resources scarce for people with sexual interest in children

Skye Stephens says addressing pedophilia can help prevent child sexual abuse 

Feb 6, 2020

Sarah Dobson and Grace Evans are publishing a book detailing the stories and history of Nova Scotia's 50 female MLAs.

New book highlights the female trailblazers in Nova Scotia politics

Students behind project hope it will inspire more women to run for office

Feb 4, 2020

Halifax Transit driver Darrell Spurr said brightening someone's day is like watching them unwrap a Christmas present.

Life's an open road for this Halifax bus driver

'If you’re tense all your life, you’re not going to have a very long life'

Feb 2, 2020

HRM's budget committee discussed Halifax Public Library's operating budget on Wednesday.

What changes might be in store for Halifax libraries in this year's budget?

Renovations and funding for expanded collection could be on the way

Jan 23, 2020

Halifax City Hall

Council pushes to make free menstrual products a priority in this year’s budget

Council was surprised to see funding for the initiative not included in tax increase

Jan 23, 2020

The new and improved Lou Duggan Creative Studio celebrated its grand opening on Saturday.

Halifax library’s updated creative hub invites people to 'connect to each other'

The Lou Duggan Creative Studio is now officially open at the central branch

Jan 21, 2020

Alexander Bond, Rachel Clarke, Tami Meredith, and Nola Etkin take part in a panel discussion at the QatCanSTEM Colloquium.

'We exist': Conference celebrates queer voices in STEM

The inaugural QatCanSTEM Colloquium was held this weekend at Dalhousie University

Jan 20, 2020