Online classes are a headache for some, but COVID-imposed virtual learning has benefited many students
As the Omicron variant spreads, it is unclear if classes will go back online. Will students return to campus or have to endure another semester of virtual learning?
In focus: Small business owners return to Christmas market after two years
The Christmas market brought all these vendors together, but their stories and experiences during the pandemic are unique.
Canada’s pledge to cut methane emissions at COP26 offers hope despite the country’s history of missed targets
Canada pledges to reduce methane emissions to combat climate change after it is cited as a “top concern” for Canadians.
Self-defence classes and dog spray can create ‘false sense of security’ in vulnerable people, experts say
Self defence tools and classes can make women feel safer than they really are.
Deja vu all over again: Election results in almost identical Parliament
Canadians are scratching their heads today as the federal election result is virtually the same as the result in 2019.
Nova Scotia to ban police memorabilia one year after 22 died in mass shooting
Eleven months after the deadly mass shooting in Nova Scotia, legislation has been created to strengthen laws on impersonating police.
Sweet success: Next chapter begins in Syrian family’s chocolate business
Peace by Chocolate, a successful Nova Scotian business — built by a Syrian refugee family — is officially expanding this week.
The pandemic piles on: Parents caring for children with disabilities face even more stress, loneliness and isolation
Lack of community support, doubled with isolation, has resulted in increased anxiety among parents caring for children with disabilities