November 12, 2017, 4:57 pm ADTLast Updated: November 12, 2017, 5:35 pm
Public auctions to sell foreclosed properties in Nova Scotia often attract few if any outside bidders. That's bad news for borrowers.
By King's Investigative Workshop
Via Rail's cross-country train spends a lot of time waiting. Via has appealed to the government to help.
By King's MJ Students
A special live cooking show from our Masters of Journalism students focusing on comfort food from around the globe.
When you live in Northern B.C., access complex pediatric care can mean travelling hundreds of kilometres south to Vancouver
By Colin Slark
MOSH brings health care to people living on the streets, while Halifax faces HIV outbreak.
By Jessica Sundblad
Can the lights stay on in Nova Scotia?
By Nicholas Frew
Second-generation Canadians make about 7.6 per cent of Nova Scotia’s population
By Sonia Koshy
It's been 20 years since the Supreme Court's Marshall decision, but First Nations say fisheries rights still not fully recognized
By Olivia Blackmore