Stories by Michelle Cuthbert

Tammy Turple (right) receives a Christmas tree from Deputy Premier Karen Casey.

Christmas‘It’s home’: Christmas tree gift ceremony starts off festivities for Halifax charity

Government officials donate balsam firs to four Halifax charities in annual ceremony

Nov 28, 2017

White knights in film noir

How journalists in the movies affect the public’s trust

Nov 20, 2017

Artist Marlene Hilton Moore sculpted three women contributing to the war effort.

Women’s Monuments‘She’s all of us’

The Halifax Women’s History Society marks contributions to the war effort on the home front

Nov 16, 2017

The fate of both of these buildings now hangs in the balance of council's decision and APL's plans

Regional CouncilDevelopment at Quinpool and Robie in limbo after vote from council

After hours of debate, council puts APL Properties’ plan for Willow Tree Tower on hold

Nov 15, 2017

Regional council voted on a motion to review the code of conduct for elected officials.

Regional CouncilHRM councillor wants a little 'more meat' on the Code of Conduct for Elected Officials

Councillors reject idea of independent integrity commissioner to review complaints

Nov 15, 2017

Two gallery visitors use augmented reality headsets to explore the site of the Halifax Explosion.

Tech and HistoryHow one Halifax group is using augmented reality to explore the Halifax Explosion

A collaboration with computer scientists produces an educational interactive exhibit

Nov 9, 2017

Simone the rabbit is currently being fostered by 10000 Carrots Rabbit Rescue.

EASTERDon't abandon pet rabbits after Easter: 'They won't survive'

Founder of 10,000 Carrots Rabbit Rescue says pet owners need to do more research

Mar 25, 2016