Stories by Sarah Krymalowski

Sarah Krymalowski is a journalist with The Signal. She has a bachelors degree of Arts & Science from McMaster University where she studied cognitive science and neuroscience.

Patricia Whyte, photographed in Dartmouth on Dec. 10, is the Indigenous peer support worker with the Elizabeth Fry Society of Mainland Nova Scotia.

Parole system fails Indigenous prisoners in Nova Scotia, support workers say

Without access to culturally-specific assistance, parole can be worse than prison

Dec 10, 2021

Yaro MacHardy captured this picture of the lightning while he was out on his porch in Spryfield on the night of Dec. 6, 2021.

Lightning storms in December a new normal, meteorologist says

Warmer weather due to climate change will mean more late season storms for Nova Scotia

Dec 8, 2021

Haneen Al-Noman speaks at a virtual Women's Advisory Committee meeting held on Zoom on Thursday.

Halifax council committee wants women's affordable housing strategy

Women's advisory body asks regional council to act on YWCA Home for Good report

Dec 3, 2021

Dalhousie sociology professor Michael Halpin completed one of the largest studies on incels to date. He is seen here in his office on Tuesday.

Why you should care about incel violence

Dal prof finds extreme misogyny in large study of online forum messages

Dec 1, 2021

A city worker gets the big menorah ready for the annual menorah lighting, in Grand Parade in Halifax on Tuesday.

Hanukkah celebration lights up Grand Parade

‘It’s incredible to be back in person,’ says rabbi who officiated

Dec 1, 2021

Mani Padumati is the manager of Adda Indian Eatery on Spring Garden Road. Construction has hurt the restaurant's  takeout business.

Businesses on Spring Garden Road say construction has been a ‘disaster’ for them

Business owners say difficulty parking and confusing sidewalk closures drive customers away

Nov 18, 2021

Lisa Adams won a landmark victory in N.S. Supreme Court after spending 16 days in an extreme form of segregation while in prison.

'A victory for all prisoners': Prison rights advocate welcomes court ruling on dry celling

Federal government has been given six months to amend the law so it no longer discriminates against female inmates

Nov 15, 2021

Halifax City Council, Nov. 10, 2021.

Embodied carbon is a thing, but it’s not in Halifax’s green building plan

28 per cent of total greenhouse gas emissions from construction come from embodied carbon

Nov 10, 2021