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Left to Right: Scott Simpson, Bill Niven, and Jan Miller represent Screen Nova Scotia.

Screen Nova Scotia gets $475,000 to promote film industry

Grant meant to help the film industry after tax credit alterations earlier this year

Nov 10, 2015

LanguagesIt’s time to overcome barriers to multilingualism: prof

Being able to speak multiple languages is now considered cool, but the journey has been difficult, says language expert Monica Heller

Nov 2, 2015

Creativity Complex link between creativity and mental illness, expert says

Dr. David Goldbloom told an audience at King’s that the two attributes appear to have an association, but we are still trying to understand it

Nov 1, 2015

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Animal crueltyMen plead guilty to animal cruelty

A father and son are banned from owning animals for 10 years and ordered to pay restitution for animal cruelty

Nov 1, 2015

Team head of Housing First EJ Miller

HousingHomeless initiative set for November

New Housing First aiming to find homes that best suit the homeless

Oct 31, 2015

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Health careDoctors share ways to improve health care system

Improving waiting rooms and integrating research into clinical practice were among the topics discussed at forum on innovation

Oct 31, 2015

Barry Sinclair

CourtSo-called 'sleepwatcher' will not reside in Halifax while on parole

Barry Sinclair, the man convicted of break and enter in the city’s South End, was given conditional release

Oct 30, 2015

DonationWhy these students want more blood clinics

The low turnout for Dal’s Life Bus asks a bigger question about how donating blood could be made a lot easier for Haligonians without a car

Oct 29, 2015

Brenda and Darrell Webb ask for public's help finding their son

Missing personN.S. couple pleads for help finding son

Parents search for answers after the disappearance of Landon Webb

Oct 28, 2015

Alberta-based Lawyer Dennis Edney giving his lecture at St. Mary's Boat Club.

Omar Khadr‘We cannot call ourselves a civil society’: Khadr lawyer

Lawyer of former Guantanamo detainee Omar Khadr says Canadians face the prospect of a world of lawlessness if they are not vigilant

Oct 28, 2015