Stories by Luke Dyment

Luke Dyment

Luke Dyment is a Halifax-based reporter from Prince Edward Island. He has written for the Globe and Mail, The Signal and the Dalhousie Gazette. He's also reported on multiple U SPORTS national championships and commentated hockey tournaments across Atlantic Canada.

Certain types of housing, such as mobile homes, will soon face fewer barriers from bylaws around Halifax Regional Municipality. Halifax regional council approved amendments to single-unit home sizes and definitions on Oct. 11.

Halifax bylaw updates will remove barriers to building small homes

Rule changes for dwelling size, mobile home classification could promote affordable housing options

Nov 15, 2022

Hundreds attended the Remembrance Day Ceremony at Point Pleasant Park on Friday. This is the 40th year HMCS Scotian, the local reserve division of the Royal Canadian Navy, has hosted a Remembrance Day ceremony.

Halifax remembers: Navy members and their families tell stories of service

Point Pleasant Park ceremony open to public for first time in three years

Nov 11, 2022

Halifax's unusually warm weather on the first weekend of November was thanks to slower-moving air currents near the jet stream and warmer than average ocean water temperatures.

Unexpected warm spell has air conditioners running in November

Seasonal records broken over four days of near 20 C temperatures

Nov 9, 2022

A patron at Durty Nelly's pub on Argyle Street in Halifax enjoys a glass of beer on March 31, 2021. Depending on if the province decides to loosen public liquor laws, patrons might not be required to stay inside that fence to crack a cold one.

Eased public drinking rules in Canada spark conversation in Halifax

Some say relaxing public drinking laws could curb irresponsible drinking, help businesses

Apr 1, 2021