From left to right: Alexa McDonough, Diana Whalen, Patricia Arab, Elizabeth Smith-McCrossin, Julie Chaisson.

POLITICS Is politics a man's world? Survey suggests there's still a gap in perceptions

Nova Scotian women discuss their experiences in politics

Dec 7, 2018

Colin Dodds, chair of the Electoral Boundaries Commission, presents the interim report Wednesday.

PoliticsWhat Nova Scotia’s electoral map could look like

Boundaries proposal tries to balance representation and voter parity

Nov 29, 2018

A vanishing Halifax City Hall.

Vanishing City Hall

Municipal affairs journalism is in decline. What does this mean for cities?

Nov 26, 2018

Good Robot hosted a full house for the United States midterm elections. This election comes two years after Donald Trump won the presidency.

U.S. PoliticsHow Haligonians reacted to the U.S. midterm elections

All 435 seats in the House of Representatives were up for grabs, as well as several senate seats

Nov 7, 2018

Republicans and Democrats face off Tuesday in the U.S. midterm election.

PoliticsHow the U.S. midterms may affect Canadians

Three Canadian experts weigh in as Americans head to the polls

Nov 6, 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

Lilian Barraclough - iMatter Youth Program Facilitator and Canada Lead

YouthThe Halifax Youth Advisory Committee will be back in session

A motion to reform the committee was unanimously approved Tuesday

Jan 16, 2018

Itai Kuwodza is cautiously optimistic about Mugabe resignation

Politics‘I’m still scared of possible violence’: Zimbabwean student on going home

Robert Mugabe resigned but his political party is still in power

Nov 25, 2017

Harjit Singh Sajjan addresses the media Friday morning at last year's conference.

PoliticsWhy are 300 power players descending on Halifax this weekend?

Participants will talk North Korean nuclear weapons and women in international security

Nov 16, 2017

In Nova Scotia, over 25 per cent of electricity comes from renewables sources, like these windmills in Amherst.

climate changeCap and trade: Be bold, Nova Scotia say experts

The province will implement a cap and trade program to deal with climate change in 2018

Mar 10, 2017