Second-hand hunter and clothing designer Roddy DeLeon has a passion for pre-loved fashion

Second-hand hunter and clothing designer Roddy DeLeon has a passion for pre-loved fashion

Limited Supply Clothing Co. finds new homes for old clothes Second-hand hunter and clothing designer Roddy DeLeon has a passion…

Grant’s Africville book nominated for governor general’s literary award

Grant’s Africville book nominated for governor general’s literary award

Shauntay Grant of Halifax is nominated for a Governor General’s Literary Award. Africville, by Grant and British Columbia illustrator Eva…

How 902 ManUp is facing down street violence in Halifax [VIDEO]

How 902 ManUp is facing down street violence in Halifax [VIDEO]

Grassroots community movement aims to provide young people with alternatives – and second chances “It’s easy to pull a trigger…

Dalhousie University mentorship program aims to get more black students in math and sciences

Dalhousie University mentorship program aims to get more black students in math and sciences

‘I really like going to the dentist so I feel like maybe I could be one some day,’ says student…

Application Guidelines — Community Support for Black Canadian Youth

Application Guidelines — Community Support for Black Canadian Youth

On this page: Objectives and expected results for the Community Support, Multiculturalism, and Anti-Racism Initiatives Program Objectives and expected results…

DISCOVERING WHAT SHE WANTS TO DO

DISCOVERING WHAT SHE WANTS TO DO

They say life is a journey, not a destination. That’s something student Vanessa Thomas has learned first hand. “When I…

Halifax man starts GoFundMe page to help ease back-to-school burden

Halifax man starts GoFundMe page to help ease back-to-school burden

It’s almost time for students to head back to class. But getting ready for the upcoming school season can be…

How a group of N.S. teens rebounded from heartbreak to become national champs

How a group of N.S. teens rebounded from heartbreak to become national champs

The death of their coach a year ago was just one of the challenges Nova Scotia’s U-17 team faced Nova…

Dartmouth’s Daneesha Provo joins Team Canada for Asian tour

Dartmouth’s Daneesha Provo joins Team Canada for Asian tour

(July 30, 2018): Dartmouth’s Daneesha Provo was named to the Canadian team that will go on an exhibition tour to China…

NBA players with East Preston roots coming to host basketball camp

NBA players with East Preston roots coming to host basketball camp

HALIFAX—A rising NBA star is coming back to Halifax to teach athletes for the second time this off-season. A month…

Rocky patch of land where infants were lost to time now consecrated ground

Rocky patch of land where infants were lost to time now consecrated ground

‘Everybody knew that there were babies buried in these little woods’ . . For generations, people in the community of…

Visible-minority Montrealers demand public hearings on systemic racism

Visible-minority Montrealers demand public hearings on systemic racism

More than 50 young people spent 3 months collecting 20,000 signatures on petition A dozen young people descended on Montreal…

Government of Canada Announces New Funding for Black Canadian Youth

Government of Canada Announces New Funding for Black Canadian Youth

From: Canadian Heritage News release OTTAWA, June 29, 2018 Canada’s diversity is a source of strength and an important factor in…

1st-degree murder charge laid 4 years after victim paralyzed

1st-degree murder charge laid 4 years after victim paralyzed

Markel Jason Downey, 22, initially acquitted of 28 charges, including three of attempted murder, at a trial that concluded in…

Windsor RCMP target youth doing good deeds through Gotcha! campaign

Windsor RCMP target youth doing good deeds through Gotcha! campaign

Source: Hantz Journal – Carole Morris-Underhill (cmorris-underhill@hantsjournal.ca) Published: Jul 06 at 9:11 a.m. Updated: Jul 06 at 9:13 a.m. HANTS COUNTY, N.S. — Officers…

North Preston basketball player’s dream court lands funding

North Preston basketball player’s dream court lands funding

North Preston basketball player’s dream court lands funding Shaquille Smith hopes new court will help kids become university athletes Source: Carolyn…

The Department of Community Services needs more black foster parents

The Department of Community Services needs more black foster parents

Black children in Nova Scotia’s foster care system face challenges, say advocates Foster parent says every effort should be made…

Lindell Wigginton is close to scoring his dream of being the first Nova Scotia-born NBA player

Lindell Wigginton is close to scoring his dream of being the first Nova Scotia-born NBA player

HALIFAX—A Halifax-area basketball player’s dream of becoming the first Nova Scotia native to play in the NBA appears to be…

Halifax man believes his experiences in Uniacke Square will help him aid children in Romania

Halifax man believes his experiences in Uniacke Square will help him aid children in Romania

‘I just want to share my life experience with them … and make them push through theirs as well’ Source:…

Condolences pour in for rugby player killed in N.S. highway crash

Condolences pour in for rugby player killed in N.S. highway crash

Source: Global News – By Graeme Benjamin, Online Producer – April 26, 2018 12:08 pm Condolences are pouring in over social media for…

Joseph Cameron’s killer gets maximum youth sentence

Joseph Cameron’s killer gets maximum youth sentence

A Dartmouth teenager convicted of shooting and killing Joseph Cameron in March 2016 has received the maximum youth sentence for…

New shipbuilding program for Black Nova Scotians

New shipbuilding program for Black Nova Scotians

Twenty African Nova Scotians will have the opportunity to study welding at Nova Scotia Community College A new program launched…

New trial ordered for man accused in Cole Harbour break-in case

New trial ordered for man accused in Cole Harbour break-in case

Nova Scotia’s Court of Appeal has ordered a new trial for the man acquitted in a Cole Harbour home invasion…

Black parents ask Ottawa public schools to collect race data

Black parents ask Ottawa public schools to collect race data

OCDSB part of provincial working group on the issue, says it will start collecting next year Source: Matthew Kupfer · CBC News · Posted: Apr…