Titles on display by Halifax publishing house Nimbus Publishing.

PublishingN.S. publishers receive creative funds

'This investment will allow us to strengthen the industry'

Oct 19, 2016

Newly re-elected Mayor Mike Savage celebrates with his campaign volunteers.

HRM VOTESSo what happened on HRM's election night?

Mayor vows to stress 'diversity and inclusion' in second term

Oct 15, 2016

Grade 9 student council representatives Andrew Gillis (left) and Matthew Fraser run the polling station at the mock elecion.

HRM VotesMock election offers a teachable moment

‘Kids tend to be more left wing. A little more optimistic, thank goodness’

Oct 15, 2016

From left: Andrew Curran (District 10 candidate), Russell Walker (District 10 councillor), Stephen Adams (District 11 councillor), Bruce Holland (District 12 candidate), Scott Guthrie (District 12 councillor) and Dawn Penney (District 11 candidate) at Vinnie’s Pub.

HRM VotesBedford area candidates talk student issues

Students ‘need to know that we have a city council as a whole is fighting for us’

Oct 14, 2016

HRM VotesVoting for sustainable transportation

Ecology Action Centre promotes options to cars

Oct 14, 2016

Amina Abawajy uses sidewalk chalk to demand accessible post-secondary tuition for students in Nova Scotia.

PoliticsLt.-Gov. delivers throne speech at Province House

Activists use throne speech to have their voices heard

Oct 14, 2016

HRM VOTESAre you voting in the municipal election?

'Oh frigimajiggers, I know there’s an election going on!'

Oct 13, 2016

Kate Watson paid $950 to have her name displayed in the Halifax Ferry Terminal. Commuters heading home to District 5 see her every day.

HRM VotesRunning for council? All you need is cash

'If you have fewer dollars ... the less likely you are to be elected'

Oct 13, 2016

Auditor General Michael Pickup says the province's deficit is the lowest its been since 2011.

POLITICSDeficit dips, taxes up – Auditor General

Financial report points out province’s highs and lows

Oct 13, 2016

Andrés Arteaga didn't vote in the referendum in part because he was so sure the yes side would win. After the result he was "in complete shock."

InternationalColombia peace vote makes waves in Canada

South American country 'more divided now than ever'

Oct 12, 2016