Stories by Lucia Helder

Lucia Helder

Lucia Helder has interned at Maine Public and is the copy editor of the Dal Gazette.

Martha Cooley is the executive director of AFCOOP.

45 hours for 45 years: AFCOOP celebrates with film challenge

The film co-op has a temporary home after tropical storm Dorian ruined their building

10 hours ago

Quinpool Road is entering a new era with more towers coming to the street.

Quinpool then and now

With more towers coming to Quinpool Road, let’s see how it looked last century

17 hours ago

Michele Saran (left), CEO of Tourism Nova Scotia, answers questions on Aribnbs from MLAs on Tuesday.

Airbnbs: good for tourists, bad for workers

MLAs concerned short-term rentals take housing away from Nova Scotians

1 week ago

Karen Beazley (left), Martin Willison (centre) and Daniel Rainham explain why they signed the Scientists' Warning.

Dal profs join in scientific solidarity for climate crisis

Halifax scientists among 11,000 signatories on World Scientists’ Warning of a Climate Emergency

2 weeks ago

Carrie Low (left) and Jessica Rose are challenging the six-month time period to file a complaint against Halifax police.

Sexual assault survivor ‘frustrated’ with Halifax police

Court dates set in complaint against police about sexual assault report

Nov 19, 2019

Garrison's new taproom features decor inspired by the Oxford Theatre and cinema.

It’s a taproom, not a bar

Garrison Brewing Co. honours Oxford Theatre history

Nov 14, 2019

The Findlay Community Centre, 26 Elliot St., in Dartmouth, provides services in a historic context.

This rec centre is a piece of Dartmouth's history

Public hearing to come on granting heritage status to the 1930s building

Nov 14, 2019

The IWK's main building, located in Halifax, serves tens of thousands of patients every year.

'We’re getting there,' says Indigenous health-care expert

The children’s hospital is moving forward on TRC recommendations from 2015

Nov 9, 2019

Susan Leblanc (centre) quizzes witnesses at the Standing Committee on Community Services.

Nova Scotia poverty a 'terrible mess,' says MLA

This is Year 3 of a five-year plan to create a poverty reduction blueprint

Nov 5, 2019