Halifax

Pablo Moises Alas speaking with his lawyer before entering the courtroom.

Supreme Court30-year-old Pablo Moises Alas convicted for rape

Pablo Moises Alas has also registered as a sex offender

Feb 12, 2019

Blair MacDonald with his telescope inside his garage in Bedford.

AstronomyAstrophotography: taking photos of the cosmos

‘A telescope is a time machine. When you look out into space, you're looking back in time’

Feb 12, 2019

Gordon Wiswell and his dog Fido are one of many pairs that use Elderdog Canada's services.

DogsLooking to volunteer with dogs? Here’s your chance

Elderdog Canada helps seniors care for their dogs in many ways

Feb 12, 2019

HRP Chief Jean-Michel Blais (left), public safety adviser Amy Siciliano (middle) and Commissioner Tony Mancini (right) during Monday's board meeting.

Racial profilingStreet checks report to be reviewed by police board before release

Criminologist Scot Wortley looking at data showing black people stopped more often

Feb 12, 2019

Craig Robert Burnett convenes with his defence lawyer during a break.

CourtsFinancial records dissected at ex-Mountie’s drug trial

Defence questions thoroughness of RCMP investigation

Feb 11, 2019

Potential heritage buildings on Dresden Row in downtown Halifax.

HeritageHalifax heritage in jeopardy

Thirty-three potential historic buildings demolished in last 10 years

Feb 11, 2019

Picture of Province House as it turns 200

PoliticsCelebrating 200 years of Province House history

A look-back at 200 years of history in Nova Scotia

Feb 11, 2019

Kate Macdonald, Marcus James and Trayvone Clayton at a news conference in Halifax about racial profiling.

Racial ProfilingBlack youth racially profiled on Parliament Hill don’t want a 'paper apology'

Visitors say they were called “dark-skinned” by a security guard

Feb 9, 2019

Dylan Coutts and Nebal Snan hosting Friday's radio show.

AudioThe Signal radio show: cancer, soccer and poop

Plus, new restrictions to e-cigarette advertisements proposed by Health Canada

Feb 8, 2019