The Micmac News is archived at the Mi’kmaq Resource Centre at Cape Breton University.

Ahead of its time

The newspaper that defined Mi’kmaw journalism

Dec 7, 2022

Reporters work at a table.

Skin in the game

Why more diverse voices are needed in sports reporting

Dec 5, 2022

More journalists are feeling the burn while covering COVID-19 during the pandemic.

Hot and bothered

How burnout is affecting journalists during the pandemic

Nov 29, 2022

Small-town living. Big-city prices. A crisis of affordability

Hot housing markets and short-term rentals once only affected metropolitan areas. Now, they are threatening rural towns across Canada.

Jun 27, 2022

A person plays a VLT

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

A person does comics journalism in this photo illustration.

Drawing things together

How creators of comics journalism harness subjectivity to convey truth

Feb 7, 2022

Ashley Fullerton writing notes outside on Spring Garden Road.

Hunting the elusive story

Learning to do journalism, one “no” at a time

Feb 3, 2022

Angela Rafuse is the founder of My Grandfathers Cat that launched May 18, 2021. Here she is sitting with her cat Bo in Halifax, NS in December 2021.

Pet project

How one woman is helping elderly and ill people find good homes for their beloved animals

Feb 1, 2022

Temporary housing was built in 1918 for those made homeless after the Explosion.

'A new and thoroughly modern city' emerged in Halifax following devastating 1917 Explosion

After the Halifax Explosion, the city moved fast to shelter thousands made homeless by disaster

Jan 31, 2022