Numbers Game: Video lottery keeps on spinning, and Nova Scotians keep on getting hurt
More than 30 years after being introduced, the "crack cocaine of gambling" is alive and well
Jun 10, 2022
Inequalities contributed to COVID-19 surge in western First Nations
Isolated communites fared well at first, but experts say when COVID arrived crowded housing helped it spread
Jul 13, 2021
Quebec's child welfare system is badly in need of repair
Shortages in resources for foster families lead to frequent relocations of foster children
Jul 6, 2021
climate changeHarbour rising
Climate change will cause the waters in Halifax Harbour to rise by a metre or more, threatening more than a billion dollars of harbourfront real estate
Nov 9, 2019
Via Rail's cross-country train spends a lot of time waiting. Via has appealed to the government to help.
Aug 6, 2019
Health CareDistant doctors
When you live in Northern B.C., access complex pediatric care can mean travelling hundreds of kilometres south to Vancouver
Jul 23, 2019
Public auctions to sell foreclosed properties in Nova Scotia often attract few if any outside bidders. That's bad news for borrowers.
Jul 4, 2019
MOSH brings health care to people living on the streets, while Halifax faces HIV outbreak.
Jun 6, 2019