When it comes to Canadians’ shopping habits, Valentine’s Day is anything but a “Hallmark holiday”
Nova Scotia Books Start Here campaign calls on province to boost funding
Expert says incorporating gender-analysis into governmental decision making is “more important than ever”
Countries need to co-operate to ward off expected increase in deaths, says international lawyer and University of Ottawa professor
NSCAD grad and textile artist Rilla Marshall addresses Atlantic Canada’s vulnerable shorelines in her new show at the Nova Scotia Centre for Craft and Design.
2015 total is a 50 per cent increase over the last two years
Federal ministers Hajdu and Bennett visit Halifax to lay groundwork for federal inquiry into missing and murdered aboriginal women