Stories by Hannah Marais

Hannah Marais is a fourth-year journalism student and a reporter for the Signal. When she's not out reporting, she's probably cycling, thinking about cycling or watching cycling. She also has work published in Canadian Cycling Magazine.

Kieran Sharpe training in his house in Dartmouth.

Race to the bottom?

Competitive cycling needs a better grip on mental health. It might look to hockey.

Mar 9, 2023

Reporters work at a table.

Skin in the game

Why more diverse voices are needed in sports reporting

Dec 5, 2022

This intersection at Coburg and LeMarchant in Halifax now sports a flashing amber light when a pedestrian crosses.

Halifax roads are safer, but more needs to be done: Cleary

Safety framework has goal of reducing fatalities to zero by 2038

Nov 23, 2022

The proposed Macdonald bridge bikeway now has an estimated cost of $12.7 million.

Macdonald bridge bikeway cost estimate more than doubles to $12.7 million

Halifax regional council approves cost increase on Tuesday

Nov 23, 2022

The IWK Health Centre's emergency department is overcrowded due to a surge of respiratory illnesses.

Surge in child respiratory illnesses 'going to get worse before it gets better'

Dr. Robert Strang advises people to stay home with even mild symptoms and to mask when staying home isn't possible

Nov 18, 2022

Two cyclists ride down University Avenue using the interim bike lane.

Why the Halifax bike lane network is delayed

HRM predicts 70% of the network will be done by 2024

Nov 16, 2022