Stories by Wilson Henry

Wilson Henry

Wilson Henry is a writer and amateur comics artist based in Halifax. Their interests include visual art, horses and podcasting.

A person does comics journalism in this photo illustration.

Drawing things together

How creators of comics journalism harness subjectivity to convey truth

Feb 7, 2022

Halifax author Carol Bruneau poses for a photo. Bruneau’s latest novel was longlisted for the 2022 Dublin Literary Award.

Maud Lewis novel by Halifax author longlisted for international literary award

Novel aims to give the Canadian folk artist a voice

Feb 4, 2022

A construction worker walks into the site of a new supportive housing facility on Thursday in Dartmouth. The former hotel will be converted into 65 units for chronically unhoused people.

65 units for homeless people in HRM to open within the year

Former Dartmouth hotel to be converted into non-profit-run supportive housing

Jan 27, 2022

NDP Dartmouth North MLA Susan Leblanc speaks in a Nova Scotia Public Accounts committee meeting on Jan. 19, 2021. Leblanc put forward a motion to ask the Nova Scotia auditor general to do a forensic audit of Island Employment.

Committee won’t call for forensic audit of employment agency that mismanaged funds

Audit called key to public accountability and exonerating employee 'heroes'

Jan 20, 2022

The Halifax skyline is viewed from a boat in the harbour on a sunny day. Statistics Canada estimates that Halifax’s population was at 460,274 people in 2021.

More Canadians moved to Halifax during pandemic, new StatCan estimates show

Halifax gained a net of more than 5,000 residents who moved from other provinces in 2020/21

Jan 14, 2022

Hunter poses in his sweater and bow tie at the Instafamous Dogs of Halifax event at the Argyle Fine Art gallery on March 7.

Instagram dogs put the power of the pack behind Halifax art exhibit

Dog-themed art show at Argyle Fine Art runs until March 21

Mar 13, 2020

Yasmin Lash immigrated to Canada from Israel in 2018. Lash will tell her story at The Shoe Project event in Halifax at the Peggy Corkum Music Room on Sunday.

How the shoe fits: Halifax immigrants share their stories

The Shoe Project gives immigrant women a platform this International Women's Day

Mar 7, 2020

Shelagh Duffett stands in front of her paintings in the Chase Gallery in Halifax on Saturday.

Protection through expression: art raises money to save Nova Scotia's wilderness

Artists donating 20 to 100 per cent of exhibit earnings to Save the Wild Blue campaign

Feb 10, 2020