government

As of Feb. 20, only police and other authorized workers will be allowed to wear body armour.

SecurityBody armour restrictions coming in February

Use limited to police and select groups in Nova Scotia

Jan 29, 2019

MNPHA wins Social Innovator on International Volunteer Day.

housingThe Metro Non-Profit Housing Association picked up award in Ottawa

The award was issued by Canada’s Volunteer Awards on Tuesday

Dec 8, 2017

Gordon (Wayne) Skinner preparing himself for the hearing.

LawIs insurance coverage for medical marijuana a human right?

‘I was struggling to afford the minimum prescription to make it through the day’

Feb 3, 2017

EntrepreneurshipWhat is Startup Grind?

Oleg Yefimov is creating entrepreneurial networks in Halifax

Dec 8, 2016

One of many young students who protested the lockout.

EducationStudents, parents rally to support teachers

“We will not accept anything less than a fair deal for the teachers and our children”

Dec 5, 2016

In 2015, the Minister of Education said the new high school will be built at the Eastern Passage Commons.

CommunityCommunity reacts to Eastern Passage high school

“I don’t see how any school can survive,” one parent says

Dec 2, 2016

Michael Pickup (right), speaks to a colleague at Wednesday's news conference.

GovernmentAuditor General calls for safer, cheaper child care

Minister Karen Casey accepts recommendations

Dec 1, 2016

The work-to-rule job action begins on Dec. 5 for all NSTU members.

TeachersStudents, parents stand with teachers

‘Their working conditions are my learning conditions’

Nov 30, 2016

NSTU members will begin work -to-rule job action next Monday.

EducationNSTU sets Dec. 5 as date for work-to-rule job action

Education minister calls NSTU demand ‘costly ask’

Nov 28, 2016

Federal research is hoping to find solutions to Nova Scotia's 2013 strawberry epidemic

StrawberriesStrawberry fields forever: virus research heads into the unknown

Scientists across Canada are searching for the answers to a Nova Scotian disease

Mar 26, 2016

Dalhousie student Holly Fisher talks about her mealworm food project as Liberal MP Scott Brison samples a worm cookie.

Budget Why a Liberal MP thinks worm cookies are a good investment

Scott Brison tells Dalhousie students what the new budget has to offer them

Mar 23, 2016

From right to left: Patti Doyle-Bedwell, professor of indigenous studies at Dalhousie University, Natalie Clifford, lawyer at Clifford Shiels Legal, Michaela Sam, Canadian Federation of Students – Nova Scotia, Joanna Hussey, 2015 Halifax West NDP candidate, and Tammy Findlay, professor of political and Canadian studies.

International Women's DayWhy there's still a gender gap in politics

Panel discusses the role of women in politics and the barriers they face

Mar 8, 2016

NewsCity presented with private-sector composting solutions

Recommendations for improvements to aging compost facilities delivered to municipal committee

Feb 6, 2016