Stories by Nicholas Frew

Nova Scotia PowerThe problem with power

Can the lights stay on in Nova Scotia?

May 29, 2019

Winter tires are useless if you don't know how to drive in winter conditions.

Winter DrivingDrivers, get ready: winter is coming

Winter tires won’t help if you can’t drive in winter conditions

Dec 6, 2017

Jordan Boyd died on the ice at training camp in 2013.

QMJHLQMJHL updates safety protocols, donates $50k in name of hockey player who died in 2013

Boyd died on the ice in 2013 due to undiagnosed heart condition

Dec 5, 2017

City staff recommended crosswalk flags be removed from locations with overhead amber lights.

CrosswalksCrosswalk safety advocates do own report to show crosswalk flag effectiveness

Crosswalk Safety Society releases own report ahead of HRM staff report

Dec 1, 2017

Journalism’s secret friend?

Donald Trump may be ushering in a golden age of journalism

Nov 27, 2017

"Captain Canada" waving the Canada Basketball flag in the Scotiabank Centre.

BasketballTeam Canada hoops in Halifax

Changes in FIBA tournament structure means games played coast-to-coast

Nov 25, 2017

Nova Scotia's mental health crisis line now has two more crisis intervenors and callers can hold on the line.

Mental HealthNova Scotia's mental health crisis line makes changes

Nova Scotia Health Authority made the changes on Nov. 16

Nov 20, 2017

SMU head coach James Colzie III speaking outside the courtroom after the Loney Bowl decision.

University footballLoney Bowl: 'I want this game to take place by Tuesday'

Conference football championship was cancelled Thursday over questions of SMU player eligibility

Nov 12, 2017