Stories by Signal Staff

Cats are becoming popular among college students, who are adopting the felines to help with mental health.

WATCH: Cats, Hartlen Point Birds and Blue Phones

Plus, Canada's ugly internment past, a soap-lab tour and beautifying Halifax with murals

Apr 18, 2023

The Ukrainian Cultural Society of Halifax held a Refugee Benefit Concert benefit concert at Pacifico Bar on Wednesday, March 29, 2023

WATCH: Healing Ukrainian child refugees from 'terrible aggression'

Halifax concert raises money for war survivors' art, dance and music lessons

Apr 13, 2023

Halifax Regional Council has voted to register the former home and property of Dr. Clement Ligoure, the first Black doctor in Nova Scotia. Ligoure treated victims of the Halifax Explosion from a private clinic in his home at 5812 North St.

WATCH: Ukrainians Arrive, Black Doctor honoured and Restaurants Close

Plus, a giant snowball takes shape at the Halifax Commons and old letters inspire textile art

Jan 27, 2023

While some experts point to potential advantages of artificial intelligence technology, others point to the pitfalls.

WATCH: What is Artificial Intelligence?

Is AI a friend or a foe? The Video Signal takes a deep dive

Jan 23, 2023

Kelsey Stoddard in her element now that the dining room at Vines is open again.

Restaurants in recovery: 7 Halifax-area businesses share their stories

COVID-19 restrictions are gone, but owners still struggle with rising costs, labour shortage

Dec 13, 2022

Jasmine Lavallee celebrates the end of a 3,200-kilometre walk from Winnipeg that ended at Conrad's Beach NS on Monday, Dec. 5. The walk was to raise awareness about residential-school victims.

WATCH: Walk of Remembrance, Explosion Memorial and Ho Ho Holiday 5K

Plus, food insecurity on campus, exotic fruits and a hockey star shoots for the top

Dec 8, 2022

The Signal Podcast: A march by childcare workers, the struggles of homelessness and the comedy scene in Halifax

From the Audio Workshop at the University of King's College School of Journalism, Writing & Publishing

Dec 2, 2022

Surfer Tony Rusinak helped to organize a rally against a proposed weapons-testing facility at Hartlen Point, in Halifax.

WATCH: Anger at Hartlen Point, Barber for a Cause and Elf: The Musical

Plus, a vigil for Club Q victims, sorting out the Sharty situation and Halifax horses stirrup cash

Dec 1, 2022

Hosts Andrew Lam and Alec Gallant bring you this week’s news.

The Signal Radio News: The assisted death program, the life of pandemic babies, and the healing of reading

Plus, a look at the World Cup, barriers to trans health care, and the culture of dance

Nov 25, 2022