TechnologyPodcamp Halifax brings together digital junkies at Dalhousie

Dalhousie University hosts "un-conference" for first time

Feb 6, 2017

Meng Zhao on the launch day of Daikai Maritime at Halifax Central Library

MediaDakai Maritimes bring news to Halifax's Chinese community

'It is a niche market for sure but it is stable'

Nov 27, 2016

HTU president Ingrid Bulmer (left) and other union members Nov. 7

MediaChronicle Herald on employee job security

Layoff protection for senior staff continues to remain divisive issue

Nov 21, 2016

Sue Leblanc, co-artistic director of Zuppa Theatre Co. speaks to reporters Monday morning.

Arts MediaWhy are some arts groups boycotting the Herald?

Supporting striking Herald workers comes with consequences, they say

Nov 14, 2016

HTU president Ingrid Bulmer (left) and other union members Nov. 7

MediaStriking Chronicle Herald workers: ‘We finally had enough’

Herald bargaining in bad faith, union says

Nov 7, 2016

This alert was issued as part of Newfoundland's test run, which also happened Wednesday.

Test RunDon’t worry, that noise was just a test of the emergency alert system

A loud noise and TV, radio messages alert Nova Scotians to test run

Mar 16, 2016

Jon Tattrie is a successful freelance journalist in Halifax.

The secret to being a full-time freelance journalist

Jon Tattrie has it – and he’s letting us in

Jan 25, 2016

Media'It’s an attempt to divide and conquer'

Hours into the strike, 18 of 61 union employees received layoff notices

Jan 24, 2016

Sarah Rae

Transgender in the news

Media coverage of transgender people has improved, but still has a long way to go

Jan 22, 2016

Sandy Smith looks on as Don Connolly enjoys his usual breakfast in the studio.

Don Connolly, Nova Scotia’s morning man

Information Morning host chats his way into Nova Scotians’ homes and hearts

Jan 20, 2016

“As a journalist, you want an issue to be clear and accurate,” says Bev Ware, Nova Scotia Power spokesperson and former Chronicle Herald reporter, “and as a communications officer you want the customers to understand what is happening.”

The other side of the scrum

When journalists venture into public relations

Jan 18, 2016