Stories by Kathleen Munro

"Herald is in my heart now," said Tom McCoag , who has worked at the Chronicle Herald for 33 years. Photo: Lisa Takagi

Labour disputeChronicle Herald employees enter second week on the picket line

Chronicle Herald strikers march the picket line in the snow

Jan 31, 2016

From left to right: Minister of African Nova Scotian Affairs, Tony Ince, and Premier Stephen McNeil.

HistoryAfrican Heritage Month launch honours ‘courage and legacy’ of battalion

Premier Stephen McNeil unveils the official poster for African Heritage Month

Jan 29, 2016

Education Can research scholarships stop graduates from leaving N.S.?

Bonita Squires says her decision to stay in the province will be influenced by her ability to manage student loans

Jan 23, 2016

HealthReport discusses the impact of weed on teens

Addictions research centre wants to dispel pot myths as feds seek to legalize

Jan 15, 2016

Amina Abawajy, resident of Girls Take Initiative at Dalhousie, is holding an event to raise money for those suffering from the drought in Ethiopia.

Aid This Dal student wants you to care about what’s happening in Ethiopia

Amina Abawajy is aiming to draw attention to the 10.2 million people awaiting emergency food aid.

Jan 13, 2016