Stories by Josh Neufeldt

The resident esports enthusiast of King's journalism. 4th year with an affinity for gaming, movies and food.

A row of houses on the corner of Morris and Queen Streets in Halifax.

Key census dataCensus shows Canadian population on the rise

Fast facts and key data points from the 2022 Canadian census

Feb 11, 2022

The province's hoteliers, like the Atlantica in Halifax,  are hoping their industry recovers somewhat in 2022.

Nowhere to go but up: the recovery of Nova Scotia’s hotel industry

Numbers suggest worst effects of COVID on hotels, motels are in the past

Feb 8, 2022

The Killam Memorial Library has been idle while online classes were mandatory. Next week, students return to campus for in-person learning.

University students on return to in-person classes: To go or not to go?

Reactions mixed after decision to open up universities during Omicron wave

Jan 28, 2022

The province is committing to a minimum wage increase by April 1, as suggested by the minimum wage review committee, but not all the committee's suggestions are a sure thing

Province commits to 40 cent minimum wage increase

Nova Scotia to hike minimum wage to $13.35 in April; rate could reach $15 by 2024

Jan 13, 2022

Keigan Davis stands near trash that was illegally dumped on his property in Halifax.

Halifax considering big fines for trash dumpers

New illegal dumping prevention measures could also include more officers on patrol

Mar 11, 2020