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Nadia Qadi wants Haligonians to know that people are suffering in Yemen.

‘Who’s still in Yemen? The people who cannot leave’

Halifax woman recalls harrowing days in her home country

Apr 9, 2019

Samira Thomeh (left) and her husband Jad Alzoghby (right) celebrate the proclamation of Lebanese Heritage Month.

Community November is now Lebanese Heritage Month in Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia is one of two Canadian provinces to officially celebrate its Lebanese community

Nov 9, 2018

Halifax event commemorated some of the caravan migrants who died on their journey. From left to right: José Fredy Villegas, German Ramirez Rivera, Merlin Josue Gomez, Henry Diaz.

Activism'Seeking asylum is a human right': Halifax shows support for migrant caravan

People showed their solidarity at a Halifax café on Saturday

Nov 4, 2018

Sunrise over Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Montage map by Sofia Ortega.
Photo credit: Sofia Ortega

ImmigrationStay or Leave? Immigrants in Nova Scotia answer the question

More immigrants coming to province, but many of them don't remain here

Sep 10, 2018

Julie Oliver says CDENE represents companies looking for French-speaking workers.

LabourParlez-vous francais? Employers looking for French-speaking workers

Non-profit group recruits from abroad to address apparent labour gap in Nova Scotia

Dec 2, 2017

Ghadeer Darwish spoke to friends and family during a networking session at Monday night's showcase.

ImmigrationImmigrant entrepreneur $500 closer to opening dream cafe

Ghadeer Darwish wins second place at Immigrant Women Entrepreneur Showcase

Nov 28, 2017

Lee Cohen answers a students question

ImmigrationWhat do you hear at a Q&A on immigration? Stories of love, hope and desperation

Lawyer Lee Cohen answers questions for students who can't afford consultations

Feb 25, 2017

Premier Stephen McNeil addresses the crowd during the launch of Nova Scotia's Culture Action Plan on Wednesday.

Culture and DiversityProgress for diverse cultural communities in Nova Scotia?

Premier Stephen McNeil and Tony Ince launch Nova Scotia's first Culture Action Plan

Feb 22, 2017

Pier 21, formerly an immigration centre, is now an immigration museum.

ImmigrationThen and now: Arriving in Halifax as an immigrant

The experience in 2017 is completely different than it was 90 years ago

Feb 8, 2017

Masuma Asad Khan, president of the Dalhousie Muslim Student Association.

PoliticsHow we can help our Muslim neighbours

“We think it’s similar to Nazi rhetoric”

Jan 27, 2017

Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto responds to the order in a video released by the Mexican government.

Immigration Halifax's Mexican community reacts to the wall

Wednesday's executive order also targets undocumented migrants

Jan 26, 2017

The Cuarentas family posing in front of several flags at their citizenship ceremony

CitizenshipDalhousie holds first citizenship ceremony

40 people from 13 countries are sworn in as Canadian citizens

Dec 7, 2016