Culture ShockExploring the military-journalist relationship

Do you know what you don’t know about each other?

Nov 18, 2016

During the demonstration, Dr. Lei Jiang wrote “dragons flying, phoenixes dancing” in the sitting, flying and walking calligraphy styles.

EducationChina Day features calligraphy, book launch

‘A wonderful opportunity to showcase and celebrate what we have achieved’

Oct 26, 2016

The Loaded Ladle is a registered food co-operative in Nova Scotia.

Education Lunch with a side of activism

‘It’s fun to have a community. It’s nice to do something that isn’t school work’

Oct 20, 2016

Nick Newbery lights an Inuit lamp at the Museum of the Atlantic.

TravelPhotographs bring Nunavut to life

‘Nunavut is one big question mark’

Oct 19, 2016

EducationLindberg hopes she's ‘first of many’ Indigenous women honoured

'My job ... is to make sure the door is open for other people'

Oct 18, 2016

President of the King's Students' Union, Aidan McNally (right) celebrates what she calls a victory for the student movement Thursday.

EducationStudent action blocks possible tuition hike

"We can really see this as a success for the students' movement'

Oct 14, 2016

Mi'kmaq CultureWhat Halifax’s Indigenous people wish you knew

‘It’s time for Indigenous people to tell our own stories’

Oct 6, 2016

Deputy Premier Diana Whalen speaks at the Treaty Day Awards Ceremony at the World Trade and Convention Centre, Halifax.

Mi'kmaq CulturePardon in works for Mi'kmaq leader as Treaty Day turns 30

‘Reconciliation means taking action. Reconciliation takes courage’

Oct 4, 2016

The top left image is the building that will be renovated to look like the bottom image. On the right Teresa Chiu is conducting research in the food lab.

UniversitiesResearch centre will bring food, chemistry labs together

'We will have more freedom in terms of time for access of space'

Oct 2, 2016