Ecology & Action, August 2017
With free attendance at all Parks Canada sites, now is the perfect time to reflect on what we can do to ensure that our national parks thrive for generations to come.
Optimyz, December 2015
Halifax-based chef teaches national park visitors how to prepare delicious meals over a campfire. It's a useful skill
that can be applied to all seasons.
Study suggests explosive cyclone frequency and intensity are underestimated in climate models
MEOPAR, September 2015
Many researchers have evaluated the accuracy of climate models in relation to regular cyclones, but a new study by Christian Seiler is the first to examine how well our current models reproduce explosive storms.
Right whales may abandon protected feeding habitats in search of food
MEOPAR, July 2015
Dr. Kimberley Davies and a team of MEOPAR researchers are examining the link between copepods and the changing distribution of North Atlantic right whales.
Access to exactAIS data could change the tide for several MEOPAR projects
MEOPAR, April 2015
A recent partnership with exactEarth Ltd. will benefit scientific initiatives at MEOPAR, including research on shipping and whale interactions.
Serpentine moves: Laura Selenzi and the art of belly dance
Dance International, December 2014
Laura Selenzi strives to introduce Halifax to real belly dancing, while clearing up many misconceptions about this unique style of dance.
Nova 7 goes national
Progress, April 2014
Benjamin Bridge has garnered plenty of attention for Nova 7, its most well-known sparkling wine. Now, this Nova Scotia vineyard is exporting to seven other provinces across the country.