Steven Berry is a videojournalist based in Halifax. Contact him with story ideas at Steven.Berry@cbc.ca.
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'We want to be better judges,' says N.S. chief justice at racism meeting
About 45 Nova Scotian judges spent Thursday and Friday meeting with about 45 black community leaders at the Black Cultural Centre.
Group pushing for amalgamation of duelling municipalities agrees to hold off, for now
The Avon Region Citizens group, which petitioned hard for the amalgamation of Windsor and West Hants, has agreed to give both sides the benefit of the doubt and suspend its efforts — but only for one year, just in case the relationship goes south again.
Vigils held across Nova Scotia in wake of Quebec mosque attack
Nova Scotians showed their support for the Muslim community at vigils after an attack Sunday night at a mosque in Quebec City left six people dead and 19 more injured.
Athletes can finally drink the water at Upper Tantallon sports arena
Thirsty athletes and sports fans no longer have to bring their own drinking water to the St. Margaret's Centre sports arena in Upper Tantallon now that its water has been deemed safe to drink.
Dalhousie University issues safety bulletin after drinks spiked at party
Dalhousie University issued a security bulletin to students Friday after receiving multiple reports from students alleging they were served alcoholic drinks spiked with an unknown substance.
Military Employment Transition conference draws hundreds
About 250 Canadian Forces members gathered in Halifax Wednesday at a conference aimed at finding them jobs when their service ends.
Colchester County developing plan for Highway 102 tidal bore site
Colchester County continues to seek public input as it contemplates how to redevelop the former Palliser Motel site just of Highway 102 near Truro, property it snapped up last year.
Big Brothers Big Sisters Halifax short on male mentors for kids
About 105 young people, most of them boys, will wait an average of a year and a half to be matched up with a Big Brother or Big Sister in Halifax.
Americas Rugby News lists Truro winger as international prospect
Truro native Brett Johnson has been listed as a top international rugby prospect by Americas Rugby News, saying the winger has what it takes to become a national rugby star.
Nova Scotia Syrian refugee settlement efforts celebrated
Syrian refugee settlement efforts were celebrated Thursday, as groups looked ahead to education and employment needs.