Graphic by Lama El Azrak.

Women journalists and the glass ceiling

Newsrooms are more – but not fully – equal

Mar 2, 2018

Traffic SignalsEver wondered why traffic lights are where they are?

MSVU students want a traffic light; The Signal finds out if that’s possible

Feb 16, 2018

Graphic by Danielle McCreadie

When the news breaks the journalist

Journalists are coming out and talking honestly about mental illness

Feb 14, 2018

Charlotte feeds goats.

HealingCharlotte Paul has a mini farm to bring happiness and hope to people

Indigenous woman inspired by her father, a survivor of the residential school system

Feb 14, 2018

Our reporter, Chelsea Rozansky, can't help but laugh at our jokes in the newsroom.

PodcastThe Signal Podcast: Laughter pt. 2

The Signal audio workshop explores everything laughter: the sequel

Feb 14, 2018

Janet Arbuckle and her sheltie, Devlin.

Dog Dancing Grab your dancing shoes and furry friend for this fitness class

Local trainer offers weekly classes in ‘goofy,' 'relaxed’ sport

Feb 14, 2018

Six African-Canadians speak about how the celebrate African Heritage Month

African HeritageHow do you celebrate African Heritage Month?

The Signal asks six African-Canadians how they celebrate

Feb 13, 2018

Qendresa Sahiti, Kathleen Cairns and Alexis Leonard are planning the first Concussion Cafe

HealthNo ‘pity party’ at peer-led discussion group for people with concussions

The meetings will take place in the Canada Games Centre the last Tuesday of every month

Feb 12, 2018

Conor Walsh eats a banana from the Mobile Food Market.

FOOD Find out what drives Halifax’s Mobile Food Market

Project won silver at the IPAC/Deloitte Public Sector Leadership Awards this month

Feb 11, 2018