Stories by Steve Large

A young journalist doing an interview at the University of King’s College.

Teaching the next journalists

Journalism schools search for ways to better prepare students

Dec 21, 2015

Houdini grabs a quick bite before getting ready to leave.

PHOTOS Houdini the goat visits Halifax

Goat promoted meaningful gift giving for World Vision Canada

Dec 8, 2015

NSCAD's Board of Governors voted in favour of a tuition reset on Tuesday. Many students feel this was unfair.

UniversityNSCAD tuition to rise over the next 3 years

University explains who is affected, why it’s necessary. Students are disappointed, but not surprised

Dec 8, 2015

ProtestLow-income Nova Scotians say Department of Community Services is making it harder for them to live

People who are ill, disabled, not getting basic needs met, says ACORN N.S.

Dec 5, 2015

NSCAD's Board of Governors voted in favour of a tuition reset on Tuesday. Many students feel this was unfair.

UPDATEDNSCAD students occupy university president's office in protest

Students left dropout forms on president’s window in response to proposed 37% tuition hike

Dec 3, 2015

BudgetHalifax’s capital budget for next 5 years to go before council

Some councillors would like to see more money spent on fixing roads

Dec 3, 2015

NSCAD students prepare to open their art exhibit in Halifax.

ArtNSCAD students open haunting new show

Students spent five days learning about themselves and exploring the history and mythology of Kejimkujik and the Fortress of Louisbourg

Dec 1, 2015

Fish being sold at a farmer's market in Halifax. The seafood industry in one of Nova Scotia's most valuable markets.

GEORGES BANK N.S. government extends Georges Bank moratorium until end of 2022

Moratorium extended for another 7 years, but fisheries and environmental groups want permanent protection

Nov 28, 2015

Protesters hold placards as part of a petition effort against the CNSOPB's decision to allow Shell to drill off the coast of Nova Scotia

PetitionEnvironmental groups protest N.S. petroleum board decision of Shell drilling

The groups collected over 230,000 signatures, drew chalk fish on the sidewalk to represent loss of marine life from oil spill

Nov 26, 2015

Halifax Mayor Mike Savage (pictured) will continue to work with Premier Stephen McNeil in reducing Nova Scotia's red tape.

RefugeesWith open arms: Halifax to welcome more refugees

The city's plan aims to create support for increased number of refugees to the province and protect private sponsors

Nov 25, 2015