Stories by Guillaume Lapointe-Gagner

Guillaume Lapointe-Gagner

Guillaume Lapointe-Gagner is a freelance journalist based out of Halifax. He currently attends the University of King's College master of journalism program. Originally from Montreal, raised in the United States, Guillaume came back to Canada to pursue his dreams of becoming a reporter. He loves reading about entrepreneurship and aspires to own his own business one day. All photos and graphic were created by Guillaume Lapointe-Gagner.

Festival attendees get ready to watch

CinemaAtlantic Jewish Film Festival cuts across community boundaries

Halifax celebrates Jewish culture at the second annual Atlantic Jewish Film Festival.

Nov 16, 2015

Attendees light candles to remember those lost in the Paris attacks.

Paris AttackHalifax stands with France after Paris attacks

Over 100 people join in solidarity for the victims in Paris

Nov 15, 2015

CNIB supporters walk down George Street. The march begins.

RallyVisually impaired Nova Scotians rally at Province House for funding

The CNIB is worried visually impaired Nova Scotians will lose out on essential services without funding

Nov 13, 2015

Tuition HikeStudent unions in Nova Scotia left guessing on criteria for tuition hikes

The KSU sent a letter to the Department of Labour on Nov. 9 asking for more information. They say students are being left in the dark.

Nov 12, 2015

Former Halifax town crier David Nimmo rings his bell and yells “Oyez! Oyez! Oyez!” on Coburg Road.

Public orationCrying behind-the-scenes

Why Nimmo refused to be Halifax’s Town Crier

Nov 9, 2015