Danielle d'Entremont

Reporter/Editor

Danielle d’Entremont is a reporter based in Halifax. She previously worked for CBC Toronto and is happy as a clam to be back in her hometown. She’s always fishing for interesting stories. Send your story to her at danielle.dentremont@cbc.ca.

Latest from Danielle d'Entremont

Man challenges himself to write new song every week for a year

A man living in Halifax has challenged himself to write one new song every week for a year.

Sinkhole creating 'devastating loss' in Oxford, N.S.

An unpredictable sinkhole in a Nova Scotia park that has already swallowed up large trees and some picnic tables is now at least 38 metres in diameter.

Catholic Church 'will die' without reform, warns theology prof

It's do or die for the Catholic Church as it looks for reform amid widespread sex abuse scandals, says an associate professor at the Atlantic School of Theology.

High-profile Dal business dean stepping down

The dean of Dalhousie University's faculty of management is stepping down from the position come September, saying he took stock of his career path following complaints of bullying against him earlier this year.

Nova Scotia reminds parents to get children vaccinated

As September looms and students get ready to go back to school, the province is reminding parents to get their children vaccinated.

Is 'fat shaming' keeping people from getting the medical care they need?

After a cancer patient used her obituary to make a final plea for medical professionals to stop 'fat shaming' people with health problems, others are speaking up about similar experiences.

Support after theft from workshop restores owner's 'faith in humanity'

About $1,000 worth of tools were stolen from a volunteer-run workshop on Saturday.

Is seeking refugee status a good option for Saudi students?

A Saudi student living in Canada says he will consider applying for refugee status if an order from his country to leave gets enforced.

Huge mosque yard sale helps Saudi students scrambling to sell belongings

Carloads of people gathered in the parking lot of the Ummah Mosque in Halifax on Saturday afternoon as Saudi students sold their belongings in preparation to leave Canada indefinitely.

IWK program provides pro bono legal services to families in need

A little-known program at the IWK Health Centre in Halifax provides pro bono legal assistance to some families of patients at the hospital.

Nova Scotia teen wins international award for river cleanup work

Fourteen-year-old environmental advocate Stella Bowles will receive an international award this month for her work protecting Nova Scotia’s waters.

Cat food at Dartmouth SPCA runs 'dangerously low'

An overflow of animals during the organization's busiest season has led to a shortage of cat food for the 300 cats and kittens in the SPCA's care.

9 Nova Scotia emergency departments closed this weekend

Hospitals in New Waterford, Evanston, North Sydney, Glace Bay, Middle Musquodoboit, Lunenburg, Tatamagouche, Pugwash and Shelburne will have closures, some more than others, over the next three days.

Police horses returning to duty as Lancers set to reopen after strangles outbreak

Two Halifax police horses are getting ready to return to active duty as the downtown stable where they live prepares to reopen its doors following an 11-week quarantine due to a highly contagious respiratory infection.

Man's dying wish lives on in the roar of guns at Citadel Hill

Bruno Pépin, left, had a dying request to have two of his replica cannons moved from Ontario to Nova Scotia.