Danielle Edwards


Danielle Edwards is a reporter with CBC Nova Scotia. She has previously worked at The Canadian Press in Halifax and the Globe and Mail in Toronto covering a variety of topics. You can reach her at danielle.edwards@cbc.ca

Latest from Danielle Edwards

Big jump in number of patients seeking doctors in central N.S. over last 2 years, figures show

In October 2022, more than 47,000 people were on the family practice registry in the central region, up from the 6,641 residents recorded in September 2020. The change represents a six-fold increase.

N.S. RCMP say officers paid fee, took photo with 'freedom fighters' as de-escalation tactics

RCMP are defending the actions of two officers shown posing in a picture with three people at a "freedom fighters" event in Nictaux, N.S., saying it was part of a plan to de-escalate the situation after they were called over noise complaints. But event organizers say no de-escalation was needed.

Halifax police call 16-year-old's disappearance 'suspicious' nearly 8 months after he was reported missing

Authorities say they continue to investigate the disappearance of Devon Sinclair Marsman, who was last seen the week of Feb. 21 and was later reported missing on March 4.

Dalhousie, Canadian Party Life trade blame after large, violent street party

Administrators at Dalhousie University and the owners of an Instagram account devoted to showcasing university parties are blaming each other for a large street party that ended with injuries and arrests.

'A good story to tell': Fiona couldn't stop some in Nova Scotia from tying the knot

Couples with weddings scheduled for the weekend the storm was projected to hit Nova Scotia were presented with a choice. Some rescheduled their nuptials. Other didn't.

N.S. disability advocate calls for vulnerable-persons registry after Fiona

Artist and disability advocate Anne Camozzi says a voluntary vulnerable persons registry is one way the province could protect a large portion of the province's population.

Fiona forces Nova Scotia brides to adjust their wedding plans

Several people in Nova Scotia with weddings set for Saturday are reconsidering their plans as Hurricane Fiona travels toward the province. While some have cancelled their ceremonies, others have found workarounds.

Wages up across some sectors in N.S., but still lag behind inflation, experts say

Economist Lars Osberg says with the increase in inflation, the value of wages have trended downward even as strides are made in some industries in Nova Scotia.

Stuffed monkey stapled to bridge in Black N.S. community is 'disgusting,' says Digby mayor

Stuffed toy appeared on the bridge after the completion of repairs, raising concerns about racism in Digby County.

Nova Scotia Teachers Union says more information needed on school air quality

NSTU president Ryan Lutes says while he was pleased the province purchased some HEPA air filters last year for classrooms without mechanical ventilation systems, parents, students, teachers and staff need more information on air quality in schools.