Stories by Emma Meldrum

The Ecology Action Centre, at the corner of May and Fern Lanes, will be receiving salvaged materials from the Dalhousie construction site.

SustainabilityDoors, floors of doomed buildings given new life by environmental group

Ecology Action Centre re-using materials from Dalhousie

Nov 21, 2015

Darren Hudson and Erin Smith's upcoming colouring book cover features two lumberjacks

Book ReleaseDarren Hudson, Erin Smith illustrate love of axe throwing

Darren Hudson hopes images get people back outside

Nov 20, 2015

A group of young Caledonia girls handed out warm clothes in Halifax over the weekend.

Good deedWinter jackets hung on telephone poles for needy

Salvation Army says demand for warm clothes already high

Nov 18, 2015

ForumIndigenous education discussed at forum: "warm wind has blown across Canada"

Former PM and AFN national chief speak at Halifax library

Nov 17, 2015

Premier Stephen McNeil answers questions before the opening of the fall session of the House of Assembly

NewsFall session opens with questions about Nova Scotia's health system

Opposition believes there's a crisis in the system

Nov 14, 2015

Some Halifax homeowners were lucky enough to buy leaf bags before most stores ran out.

NewsStores are running out of paper leaf bags

Residents left with leafy lawns until more shipments come in

Nov 12, 2015

Mat Barkley participated in Katimavik in 2010. He's feeling optimistic about the potential for increased federal funding.

NewsRenewed hope for program cut during Harper years

Trudeau promised funding during election campaign

Nov 10, 2015

David Greenberg picks tomatillos in a field overlooking the Cogmagun River.

FoodBringing veggies to Halifax

How two farmers are reconnecting people with food

Nov 9, 2015