Stories by Francella Fiallos

Francella Fiallos

Francella Fiallos is completing her master's in journalism at the University of King's College in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She is the programming director at CKDU, Dalhousie University's radio station. Francella has bylines in CBC, rabble.ca, The Coast, and Halifax Examiner. Like John K Samson, it's all going to change when she writes her master's thesis. Some of her favourite records are Day for Night, Station to Station, Radio City, and Exile in Guyville. She loves the song MacArthur Park by Donna Summer.

health careA frail system

How Nova Scotia seniors are not getting the mental health services they need

1 week ago

COMMUNITYWolfville: mi casa, mi amor

How five Latin Americans found home by finding each other

Nov 27, 2016

Abdullah AlMethyb, 8, takes a break from riding his bike around Trinity United Church in New Glasgow, NS.

Syrian refugeeSyrian family in New Glasgow adjusts to small-town living

A Syrian refugee family is learning to adapt to small-town life after arriving in Nova Scotia in February.

Sep 6, 2016