After Minister Bains announced $10/month internet for low income parents, Nova Scotia ACORN members are deeply disappointed as Eastlink opts out.
An Atlantic Canadian telecom company has opted out of a new program aimed at getting low income families on affordable high speed internet plans.
Pest control experts say the number of cockroaches in Halifax seems to be on the rise.
Unhappy tenants and their supporters gathered outside a large apartment building on Kennedy Drive in Dartmouth, owned by Metcap Living.
Dartmouth ACORN member talks to the Sheldon Macleod Show about landlord licensing
In this video citizen-reporter and poverty activist Jodi Brown meets up with Sarah, a young woman who was in a bad spot when she asked Community Services for help. That help turned out to be a mixed blessing.