Stories by Sam Gillett

Sam Gillett

Sam calls Orillia, Ontario home. When he's not chasing Signal stories, he can be found sketching in cafes, watching soccer or following news about professional motocross.

Prince Andrew High School will begin discussion about its name in the coming months.

High school takes next steps in Prince Andrew discussion

Principal to introduce online forum for parents, alumni and neighbours

1 week ago

The Creative Kick often holds speaker nights, where paid speakers share tips on how to make a living in creative fields.

Local group inspires community of creative entrepreneurs

The Creative Kick networking group looks to keep creative talent local

1 week ago

Some HRM residents use the Halifax Recycles app to track their neighbourhood's collection schedules.

Rural recycling: Two Halifax communities to get weekly pickup

Eastern Passage and Cow Bay to benefit from schedule change in 2021

2 weeks ago

A taxi in downtown Halifax

Uber on the way? Council votes for deeper look at regulations

City staff will draft bylaws on per-trip and licensing fees

2 weeks ago

Masuma Khan, along with No Harbour for War, the Halifax Peace Council, the Nova Scotia Voice of Women organized a rally in protest of escalating tensions in the Middle East

"There is no justification for war, no matter what." Halifax activists rally for peace with Iran

More than 100 people attended ‘No War with Iran’ protest in Halifax on Saturday

Jan 11, 2020

Murder, they podcast

How do true crime podcasters share compelling stories without causing harm?

Nov 14, 2019

St. Matthew's Church on Barrington Street was damaged by high winds.

StormHigh winds damage Barrington Street church

Shelter at St. Matthew's forced to close after winds knock down first steeple

Mar 16, 2018