Before she was murdered herself, Loretta Saunders was researching an unsolved murder of another aboriginal woman in Halifax. When we started to investigate that unsolved murder, people told us it was dangerous and we shouldn't write this article. This is
Protesters say Premier Stephen McNeil had the audacity to cut the credit despite a 2013 election promise to extend it by five years.
While it's similar to the kebab, shawarma, and gyro, the Halifax donair is in its own category of drunk food and it's the greasy gem of Canada's east coast.
After repeated edits to the Wikipedia page on Rehtaeh Parsons' suicide, an unnamed member of the Canadian Forces has been arrested near Halifax, where the Parsons family lives.
After the arrest of two people in an alleged plan to shoot up a Canadian mall, we spoke to members of the 'Columbiners' underground where the plot originated.
Five decades after the destruction of a largely black neighbourhood in Halifax, former residents are still seeking justice from the city that forced them from their homes.
It's not appropriation if you don't know any better!
Despite internet presences celebrating the Columbine shooters and Nazis, the would-be perpetrators of a mass shooting in Halifax were not terrorists, according to authorities.
Street Cents spent 17 years on the air, but those early, weird years endeared the show to Canadian youth. Several of the show's architects and principal characters share what it was like at the time.
At the Chimo Hotel in Ottawa, Christopher Phillips was arrested after fleeing Nova Scotia.
The court case against the young man who was photographed having sex with a drunk and vomiting teen who later committed suicide has resulted in probation.
In response to the Dalhousie's perceived foot-dragging, the loose network of hackers is bringing its outlaw justice to Halifax and calling for the expulsion of the offending students.
A Nova Scotia man who flashed a thumbs-up in a photo as he penetrated a vomiting 15-year-old girl who says she was raped and later committed suicide pleaded guilty yesterday to a single charge of distributing the photo yesterday.
We spoke with the researchers who created a robot that plans to hitchhike solo from Halifax to Victoria, as well as a seasoned hitchhiker about the hopes and potential perils of a robot's cross-Canada odyssey.
Drones have a pretty terrible rep right now. They evoke images of the intrusive surveillance state and bombs striking innocent villagers somewhere in the mountains of Pakistan. But drones are just flying robots, and since when are flying robots not potent…
Jun 21, 2013
We can't believe the Downtown Sound program is actually over. Somehow traveling all around the country to throw five different parties and make ten videos along the way went by in the blink of our hungover eye.
Jun 12, 2013
It's a bittersweet thing to say that this is the very last video of our Downtown Sound series, co-presented by our good friends over at HTC Canada. We went all around the country, ate a whole bunch of food, saw a whole bunch of bands, and did a whole lot
Jun 4, 2013
Ryan Hemsworth is so popular on the internet he might need his own internet soon. Before he gets too hot for his own good, we took him around Halifax and threw him a party with our pals at HTC.
It's easy to forget about Africville when no one ever talks about it. Noah Tavlin wrote up a recap for us about this racist blotch on Nova Scotia's history, and talks to the only surviving protestor that's still fighting for the rights of this demolished,…