Stories by Charmaine Millaire

Peter Mansbridge: Debating his legacy

How will the CBC icon be regarded by Canadians?

Jan 20, 2017

Halloween is just around the corner.

LifeHalloween events you won’t want to miss

From a Monster Mash for kids to a 'Blacklight Illuminated Dungeon of Terror’

Oct 28, 2016

Moya Farrell after just coming off the air of the morning show.

MediaQ&A: Moya Farrell reflects on a career in radio

'I will miss waking up Halifax, because I’ve been doing it for more than half my life'

Oct 27, 2016

Linden Gray, founder of Caldy Grange knitting for the Philanthropic Knitters Guild - a project to end homelessness.

LifeOne woman’s bid to help the homeless

‘A stepping stone to more independent living'

Oct 24, 2016

Lukas Boucher uses a syringe to suck up paint to splatter onto the canvas.

ArtPainting spreads mental illness awareness

‘It’s a form of expression, just like talking’

Oct 21, 2016

Fridell drinking coffee from his fair trade coffee mug after the seminar.

Business‘A truly fair world’ requires fair trade

‘The gap is a lot smaller than a lot of people think’

Oct 8, 2016

Shauntay Grant in front of her favourite quilt. This quilt shows the burn marks from one of the house fires it survived.

HeritageEvery quilt has a story

‘Patches on a quilt don’t need to be perfect to be beautiful’

Oct 8, 2016

Gordon (Wayne) Skinner preparing himself for the hearing.

LawMedical marijuana drug coverage at issue in human rights hearing

'I’ve spent the last six years fighting for my life’

Oct 3, 2016

The top left image is the building that will be renovated to look like the bottom image. On the right Teresa Chiu is conducting research in the food lab.

UniversitiesResearch centre will bring food, chemistry labs together

'We will have more freedom in terms of time for access of space'

Oct 2, 2016