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Janel Swain, clinical supervisor of the Mobile Simulation Unit, with a simulator.

Health New mobile facility to help train emergency workers

A new Emergency Health Services Mobile Simulation will be a training resource for rural health professionals.

Oct 20, 2015

Andy Smith isn't scared of the dark.

HalloweenMeet the guy who gives ‘ghost walks’ for a living

Tour guide Andy Smith captivates crowds with his tales of Halifax’s haunted past, accompanied by a history lesson or two.

Oct 20, 2015

Mental HealthHealth department still working to address mental health needs

Report on province-wide initiative for mental health and addictions doesn’t list progress on 10 of 23 issues cited in 2012 document

Oct 20, 2015

Green party supporters are surprised by Liberal sweep of Atlantic Canada

Federal ElectionWhile Green Party loses seats in House, it gains a wider audience

The Green Party looks to the future, expecting more change and a better turnout after winning only one seat nationally on election night.

Oct 20, 2015

A recent voter leaving the Dalhousie polling station

Federal election'Students care. And it’s important that we help them vote'

Students near King’s and Dalhousie campuses were enthusiastic about casting their votes

Oct 19, 2015

The Macdonald Bridge closes on weekends and weekdays after 7:00 p.m.

BridgeThis is why everyone was late to work this morning

Macdonald bridge was closed until 9 a.m.

Oct 19, 2015

Abdulrahman Jabi, co-owner and chef of Aleppo Cafe on 1496 Water Street. Jabi uses traditional Aleppian ingredients and makes handmade spices.

Syria Aleppo: A name marked by conflict, served up with pride

The owners of the Aleppo Café have kept their “special” name to keep Syrian traditions alive

Oct 19, 2015

The cliffs at Cape Split in King's County, Nova Scotia

Provincial parksTrail at Cape Split Provincial Park to be spruced up

Better drainage, washroom facilities on tap for Fundy park

Oct 18, 2015

Justin Trudeau at the rally this morning.

Federal electionTrudeau urges supporters to get the vote out

The Liberal leader held a last-minute rally Saturday morning as election day looms closer

Oct 17, 2015

"The motion came to the board without any report, without any documents, without any background or backup," said Bryant.

UniversitiesKing’s tuition hike is on the table, just not for this year

University of King’s College board of governors votes for option on $1,000 tuition hike; student union is not impressed

Oct 16, 2015