Stories by Crystal Greene

Crystal Greene

Crystal Greene (she/her) is originally from Winnipeg, where she lived most of her life. She now lives in Kjipuktuk/Halifax with her toddler. She is in the one-year Bachelor of Journalism program at University of King's College.

Ice carver and chef Richard Chiasson chisels details into a sculpture during a workshop at Alderney Landing for the 2023 Downtown Dartmouth Ice Festival  on Jan. 27.

PHOTO ESSAY: Ice carving at Dartmouth Ice Festival

Master ice carver demonstrates his craft to launch annual event

Jan 30, 2023

Angelina Whalley at the media preview of Body Worlds Vital, at the Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History on Jan. 26.

Nova Scotia Museum showcases return of human cadaver show Body Worlds

Inside look at real bodies meant to educate, inspire good health

Jan 30, 2023

The 41 Dartmouth-Dalhousie bus route will be suspended as of Feb. 27.

Halifax Transit cuts routes, reduces trips

Staff shortages blamed; union points to work conditions

Jan 25, 2023

Vincent Moka is homeless and visits the Halifax North Memorial Library as a refuge from the cold.

Building woes put Halifax North Memorial Library at risk of closing

Halifax Regional Council votes to revisit libraries capital budget for 2023-2024

Jan 23, 2023

Gold, silver and bronze medals designed by Ella Scothorn and Tayla Fern Paul were revealed at a  media conference on Tuesday at Millbrook First Nation. This event marked the six-month countdown to the 2023 North American Indigenous Games in July. Photo: NAIG

Medals for the 2023 North American Indigenous Games inspired by Mi'kmaw petroglyph

Mi’kmaw image of star traveler was designed by Grade 9 student

Jan 17, 2023

Halifax Circus trains students, like HR worker Tamara Smith (centre), who have no experience in the art form.

Anyone can run away to Halifax Circus

Professional troupe trains newbies alongside seasoned performers

Nov 28, 2022