Stories by Michelle Pressé

Nothing says 'happy weekend' like a full growler.

LiveAre you celebrating St. Patrick's Day in Halifax?

Follow our reporter as she finds out how people are marking the day

Mar 17, 2016

Nova Scotia's justice minister, Diana Whalen, spoke with reports on Tuesday about changing the Incompetent Persons Act.

LAWNova Scotia to ‘modernize’ Incompetent Persons Act

Landon Webb case inspires changes to Nova Scotia law written in the 1800s

Mar 15, 2016

Equality How Halifax is celebrating International Women's Day

People share their thoughts on social media

Mar 8, 2016

Authors say reading romance is the first step to learning how to write a good romance novel

RomanceFull steam ahead: Nova Scotia romance writers turn up the heat

Romance writing 'more vibrant than most people realize'

Mar 6, 2016

weatherHaligonians deal with winter's return

Environment Canada says parts of the province are covered in 30 centimetres of snow

Mar 5, 2016

Rhiannon Makohoniuk stands in front of the old entrance of South House, which is currently undergoing renovations.

PrideIn her words: breaking down gender barriers at TEDxDalhousieU

Queer, trans and feminist activist Rhiannon Makohoniuk to talk at TEDxDalhousieU

Mar 3, 2016

Christopher Porter has a new exhibit at FRED.

ArtUrban Still Life exhibit comes to life at FRED

Nova Scotia photographer Christopher Porter displays latest collection in Halifax

Feb 19, 2016

Looking through the glass – many writers claim alcohol fuels their ability to write, but at what cost?

Last call is over for the hard-drinking journalist

Why more journalists today are kicking liquor to the curb

Dec 11, 2015