Stories by Sabine Antigua

Sabine Antigua

Sabine Antigua was born and raised in Manila, Philippines and previously lived in Sydney, Australia before pursuing the one-year Bachelor of Journalism at UKC. Along with reporting for The Signal, she is also the cartoonist for Dalhousie Mackerel.

On Monday, red dresses honoring over 1000 missing and murdered Indigenous women will be displayed in the Public Gardens, such as the one on the first floor of the Halifax Central Library.

Third annual Kjipuktuk March for MMIWG2S set for Monday

Red dresses on display at 2023 memorial

Feb 17, 2023

32% of all food waste is edible and could still be consumed, according to a 2021 study by Second Harvest.

Food waste: How Halifax organizations reduce and upcycle

Changing how surplus produce is handled could reduce food insecurity, say experts

Feb 14, 2023

A senior and young boy saying goodbye in this file photo.

National standards for long-term care emphasize quality of life for residents

Health Standards Organization guidelines follow a ‘resident-centred’ approach

Feb 7, 2023

Residential customers will see their power bills increase by 6.9%, while small business owners will see a 16% increase.

UARB approves electricity rate increase for Nova Scotia Power

Residential customers face 6.9 per cent hike in 2023, another 6.9 per cent in 2024

Feb 6, 2023

This is the third Oscars nomination for Best Animated Short Film for the Forbis and Tilby duo, who also received nominations in 1999 and 2011.

Oscars Q&A: The Flying Sailor

Filmmakers Amanda Forbis and Wendy Tilby on latest Academy Award-nominated short film about Halifax explosion

Jan 30, 2023

Real-life surroundings and archival footage helped inform the setting of The Flying Sailor.

In Oscar-nominated film ‘The Flying Sailor,’ history and imagination collide

Short film inspired by naked, airborne seafarer from Halifax explosion

Jan 27, 2023

Micro-mobility startup Bird Canada has implemented shared e-scooter programs across a number of municipalities in the country.

Active transportation committee considers regulations for e-bikes and e-scooters

Micro-mobility expert Chris Schafer outlines options for municipal shared e-scooter system

Jan 25, 2023

The province's most recent epidemiological update on COVID-19 makes it clear that people over 70 are still most at risk from the virus.

COVID-19 update: 11 deaths reported in December in N.S.

Deaths and hospitalization rates continue to rise for older Nova Scotians

Jan 20, 2023