St. Matthew's Church on Barrington Street was damaged by high winds.

StormHigh winds damage Barrington Street church

Shelter at St. Matthew's forced to close after winds knock down first steeple

Mar 16, 2018

As federal legalization approaches, universities and colleges are starting to offer cannabis programs.

Cannabis educationCourses in cannabis marketing, cultivation are cropping up as legalization approaches

Dal’s Continuing Education College offering courses in growing, sales and finances

Feb 16, 2018

Sophie Labelle stopped in Venus Envy in Halifax on her Canadian book tour.

Book launch‘I never broke up with Halifax’: Sophie Labelle's visit to Halifax just a regular stop on book tour

Cartoonist and author back in Nova Scotia after threats derailed last year’s visit

Feb 16, 2018

Vanessa Fells at the United Nations in Geneva.

CommunityThis Nova Scotian wants to start a movement that will last a decade

Decade for People of African Descent to hold first retreat next month

Feb 16, 2018

Human rightsFormer institutional worker 'astonished' by wait time for social homes

Jo-Anne Pushie testified on behalf of Beth MacLean at human rights hearing

Feb 16, 2018

Labi Kousoulis announced a new program to support new graduates with advanced degrees.

LabourGot a PhD? Nova Scotia wants you for its new job program

Up to 240 graduates are being supported by this program

Feb 15, 2018

Abdoul Abdi’s attorney Benjamin Perryman (right) speaks to reporters outside of the courtroom.

Abdoul AbdiCourt hears request to stall Abdoul Abdi deportation hearing

Federal Court judge is expected to make a decision by March 7

Feb 15, 2018

The new domestic violence court with take place at the Halifax provincial courthouse.

Domestic AbuseDomestic violence court set to open in Halifax

Offenders to take part in educational and therapeutic programs prior to sentencing

Feb 15, 2018

Halifax Regional fire and Emergency Chief Kenneth Stuebing after having his Budget proposal passed on Wednesday

CouncilHalifax Regional Fire and Emergency hoping for an extra $840,000

Halifax regional council will review the matter in March

Feb 15, 2018