Stories by Jeremy Hull

Jeremy Hull

Jeremy Hull works for CBC. He's published in magazines throughout the Maritimes. He's happiest when writing about jiu-jitsu or fly fishing. Jeremy was a writer-in-residence at the Canadian Film Centre. His work is accessible at

Charlene Barkhouse climbs her opponent's back to finish her debut MMA fight in Moncton on Nov. 19.

Maritime women in martial arts face challenges inside and outside the cage

MMA audiences, promoters want to see women compete, but there is a shallow pool of fighters

Dec 8, 2022

Erin Careless and Matthew Morash walk on the narrow shoulder of Highway 329 in Hubbards.

'Scrappy parents' propose Hubbards streetscape project to make community safer

Infrastructure proposal emphasizes pedestrian safety, growth for Nova Scotia community

Dec 7, 2022

Students receive a 
French-first education at this CSAP school in Halifax.

Minority language census data says 17,000 are eligible for French education in Nova Scotia

French board says not everyone with the right to minority language education has access

Dec 2, 2022

Taxis in downtown Halifax have been competing with ride-sharing services like Uber for the past two years.

HRM committee suggests changes to taxi bylaw to compete with rideshare services

Amendments would remove outdated requirements for taxi licences

Nov 25, 2022

An angler on the Shubenacadie River gets a bite after a long afternoon of fishing on Sunday.

Fishing fever runs high in Nova Scotia's tidal waters

Autumn run of striped bass has made the Shubenacadie River a prime destination for anglers

Nov 18, 2022

Kristian Curran and daughter Charmonix speak to community council about illegal street parties Tuesday evening.

Dalhousie neighbour proposes bylaw to curtail illegal street party

Halifax police estimate up to 4,000 people attended Halifax Homecoming in October

Nov 17, 2022