Stories by Ry Pembroke

Ry is a journalism student at the University of King's College. They have a Bachelor of Arts in Contemporary Studies and Religious Studies from King's.

Ian Surette has been jumping in the Atlantic Ocean every day for the past few weeks.

Campaign raises thousands for recreation needs of Halifax youth in care

Ian Surette’s month-long fundraiser benefits 6-12 year olds in the care of Chisholm Services

Dec 9, 2022

Nova Scotia auditor general Kim Adair criticized the province's tendency to spend without oversight on Tuesday.

Accountability required in over-budget spending, says auditor general Kim Adair

Tuesday’s report found $896 million in spending was not tabled or approved in legislature

Dec 6, 2022

NSCAD President Peggy Shannon (centre) announces the university's deal with the Halifax Port Authority. Olivia Fay (SUNSCAD) and Captain Allan Gray (Port Authority) accompany (left to right).

NSCAD to move entire campus to Halifax Seaport

The arts university will lease space from the Halifax Port Authority minutes from the established Port campus

Nov 23, 2022

Thunderbird Swooping Down Woman speaks to a crowd of demonstrators outside 44 Portland St, Dartmouth.

Coastal GasLink protesters target Dartmouth RBC to fight pipeline's completion

Demonstrators protest Royal Bank’s investment in liquefied natural gas project in northern B.C.

Nov 18, 2022

Mattea Roach’s family and friends applaud at the end of Roach’s semifinal match in the Jeopardy Tournament of Champions.

As Mattea Roach’s Jeopardy! streak ends, her biggest supporters celebrate her journey

Halifax native had a 23-game winning streak in the spring

Nov 12, 2022

Nova Scotia Auditor General Kim Adair at a news conference Tuesday morning.

Nova Scotia's immigration strategy on track but retention needs work, AG says

Auditor general suggests clearer documentation on funding allocation and labour market needs

Nov 10, 2022