Stories by Lane Harrison

Lane Harrison

Lane Harrison is a fourth-year multimedia journalist from Toronto, Ontario. He works as the editor-in-chief of the Dalhousie Gazette, Dalhousie's independent campus newspaper. His interests include The Band, tweed and the unparalleled cinema of Micheal Mann.

The Halifax census metropolitan area in the 2021 census.

StatsCan expands Halifax census metropolitan area to include East Hants

Change in 2021 census made because of commuters working in Halifax

Feb 11, 2022

The town of Antigonish grew by 6.7 per cent from the 2016 census to the 2021 census.

Bolstered by the pandemic, rural Nova Scotia grew at a faster rate than rural areas of Canada as a whole

Feb 11, 2022

There are 11 people in intensive care in Nova Scotia with COVID-19.

COVID-19 update: First child death from the virus reported

There are 82 people in hospital with COVID-19

Feb 11, 2022

The CIBC building in downtown Halifax. The finance and insurance sector added 1,500 jobs in Nova Scotia in January.

Nova Scotia's jobless rate drops while national rate rises

Province added jobs in January through manufacturing, real estate sectors

Feb 4, 2022

A sign informs passersby of a rapid testing site at the Halifax Central Library. This rapid testing site is for those 16 and older, who are asymptomatic.

COVID-19 update: One death, 99 people in hospital, 15 in the ICU

COVID-19 emergency order extended to ban demonstrators from blocking highways, roads and municipal streets

Feb 4, 2022

The city advised residents to be careful commuting on icy sidewalks as a freezing rainstorm hit the city on Friday.

Buses cancelled, schools closed as HRM hit by winter storm

City also expects power outages, downed trees and dangerous roads

Feb 4, 2022

The QEII emergency entrance is pictured on a rainy day. There are currently 13 Nova Scotians in intensive care because of COVID-19.

COVID-19 update: Four deaths, hospital system just shy of capacity

There are 97 Nova Scotians in hospital due to the virus

Feb 3, 2022

The province reported six deaths due to COVID-19 on Wednesday, the most in one day in almost two years.

COVID-19 update: Six deaths, most reported in one day since Northwood outbreak

Nova Scotia also reported six deaths due to the virus on April 25 and May 3, 2020

Feb 2, 2022

The average age of those hospitalized with COVID-19 in Nova Scotia is 68.

COVID-19 update: One death, 13 hospital admissions, one new outbreak

There are 95 Nova Scotians in the hospital due to COVID-19, 13 in ICU

Feb 1, 2022