Stories by Marley Jokinen

Marley is a Master of Journalism student at the University of King's College. Marley obtained her Bachelor's of Arts with Honours Specialization in Media & the Public Interest from the University of Western Ontario in 2021.

When it comes to wrapping presents, sustainability experts urge people to reuse materials, such as newsprint, in order to avoid waste.

How to reduce waste this holiday season

Waste production increases by 25 per cent during the month of December

Dec 8, 2022

Shwing Entertainment team members Elijah Boulton (left), Lewis Coverdale (middle) and Connor Locke (right) celebrating their big win.

Fall River filmmakers win big at this year’s 48 Hour Film Project

In just two days, Shwing Entertainment secures place at international film festival

Dec 7, 2022

Nova Scotia attracted 2,100 Canadians from other provinces to work from home between 2020 and 2021, according to Statistics Canada.

StatCan data reveals 2,100 Canadians moved to Nova Scotia to work from home

Overall population growth 'exactly what we said we wanted': Munro

Dec 6, 2022

Community group Protect Hartlen Point is providing signs to any residents interested in supporting the cause.

Hartlen Point residents push back against nearby DND project

A Department of National Defence weapons-testing facility remains a concern for residents

Nov 24, 2022

Students enter Dalhousie's Student Union Building. The student union is pressing the university for compensation for students due to the recent strike.

Dalhousie rejects student union call for compensation following strike

University says no refunds, syllabus changes remain up to individual instructors

Nov 18, 2022