Stories by Chris Stoodley

Chris Stoodley

Chris is a fourth-year student at the University of King's College. He's a big fan of all things visual and loves to keep up with the world of pop culture.

Carolyn Thomas spoke at the Feb. 13 event for Her Story at the RCMP Nova Scotia Headquarters in Dartmouth. She was a member of the RCMP Nova Scotia Black & Racially Visible Advisory Committee.

‘We need to do more’: black women underrepresented in RCMP

New book ‘Her Story’ focuses on the small but notable number of black women Mounties

Feb 13, 2020

Naomi Bird stands inside of Alumni Hall at the University of King's College.

Not making space for Indigenous students at reconciliation lecture 'felt kind of like an insult’

Kim TallBear presented this year's MacLennan Lecture at the University of King's College at the end of January

Feb 7, 2020

Photo illustration of a woman wearing a medical mask.

Should you be wearing a medical mask? Health officials say no

Health officials say medical masks won’t protect you from coronavirus

Jan 30, 2020

Calvin Joel (CJ) Maynard Sparks and Samanda Rose Ritch were sentenced in Nova Scotia Supreme Court on Friday.

Nadia Gonzales’ killers sentenced to at least 25 years in prison

‘I am not a murderer,' says Calvin Joel (CJ) Maynard Sparks

Jan 24, 2020

Canada Post unveiled a new stamp on Jan. 23 commemorating the Colored Hockey League.

The Maritimes’ all-black hockey league legacy lives on

A new stamp featuring the Maritimes’ Colored Hockey League has launched

Jan 23, 2020

A grocery store's produce section.

Should the government be responsible for feeding its citizens?

Three panelists discussed the issue of food insecurity and what needs to change

Jan 20, 2020

The old building at Lawrencetown Beach is where the current toilets and change rooms are. This building will be demolished when the surfer's beach area is constructed.

Lawrencetown Beach to be redeveloped

Nova Scotia plans to redevelop the popular Eastern Shore surfing beach

Jan 15, 2020

A golden age of video journalism

After lies and stumbles, what’s next for video?

Jan 6, 2020