Stories by Gabrielle Brunette

Gabrielle is a journalist for the Signal at the University of King's College. She completed her BAH in political studies at Queen's University.

On a bulletin board in the basement of the Arts and Administration building is a poster educating students about consent, on Jan. 27, 2022.

The Signal Audio: Jordan Roberts on sexualized violence and consent culture

Roberts is the Sexual Health and Safety Officer at the University of King’s College

Jan 29, 2022

This building, 5943 Spring Garden Rd., was designated as a heritage building, by regional council on Tuesday.

Halifax council approves heritage designation over property owner’s objections

'Landmark' Spring Garden Road property was built in 1907

Dec 8, 2021

Kitchen staff prepare meals on Saturday at the Stubborn Goat in Halifax, a restaurant owned by Geir Simensen and Joe McGuinness.

Restaurateurs back N.S. efforts to bring in more international workers

New policies a 'huge sigh of relief' for restaurant owners

Nov 30, 2021

Le Petit Robert's online entry for a new gender-neutral pronoun, shown here in a photo illustration on Wednesday, has French-language educators in Nova Scotia looking for more guidance.

French dictionary adds gender-neutral pronoun, puzzling educators

New term combines both feminine, masculine pronoun

Nov 25, 2021

Members of Substance User Network of the Atlantic Region stand in front of the Mobile Health Clinic van. From left to right: Jill Harnum, Katie Upham and Emily Wadden.

Pandemic isolation ‘feeds the disease’ of those struggling with substance use, expert says

Statistics show emergency calls for overdose up 73 per cent across Canada in two years

Nov 22, 2021

Santa and his reindeers make their way through the neighbourhood as the Light Up Bedford parade comes to an end.

Santa comes to Bedford as holiday parade draws families

Parade is back as COVID protocols help everyone have safe, merry time

Nov 22, 2021