Antoine Tremblay chats with 
Kaitlyn Tagarelli at Copernicus Labs

Voice Recognition Tech startup aims to help kids learn by understanding how they speak

Copernicus Labs is collecting audio samples of kids talking

Feb 9, 2016

A student walks to Dalhousie in the rain

Higher educationLow dollar not causing student boom, yet

Maritime universities says a low dollar is little help in attracting international students

Feb 6, 2016

Education Minister Karen Casey in February.

Education Province working with teachers on new standards: minister

Government intends to consult with school boards and universities

Feb 5, 2016

‘Just be yourself,’ says service company’s new Pride advocate

Céline Béland is seeking to help people through their coming out process

Feb 2, 2016

Education Can research scholarships stop graduates from leaving N.S.?

Bonita Squires says her decision to stay in the province will be influenced by her ability to manage student loans

Jan 23, 2016

Long-time activist Judy Haiven wants people to understand the necessity of  fundraising, especially for small causes.

GivingSMU prof says activist groups need to fundraise to survive

Judy Haiven showed activists how they can overcome their fear of asking for money

Jan 22, 2016

This dinosaur cast is part of the exhibit on loan from the American Museum of Natural History.

ArchaeologyThree things you don’t want to miss at new dinosaur show

“Imagine teeth as a big as bananas.”

Jan 15, 2016

N.S. EducationA ‘big, hairy, audacious goal’ of teen entrepreneurship

Every Grade 9 class in the province will have Economics for Success program

Jan 15, 2016

Dalhousie University claims that CEM misrepresented savings.

GovernanceDal students won’t see an equitable senate anytime soon

Motion to create equity seats was two votes shy of being adopted

Jan 12, 2016

Journalism: Truth or Dare

J-schools have been called upon by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission to teach aboriginal history – so are they stepping up?

Jan 11, 2016