The Journal Pioneer
Change is inevitable. Here's how you navigate it
LAURA WHITMAN: What if work wasn’t crazy?
Disruptive innovation is much more difficult than we think
Innovating in the fight against climate change
DARREN STEEVES: Leadership: a pillar of resilience
East Coast climate change researchers shaking things up
Political seeds planted by local activism for Bridgewater's Stella Bowles
Stella Bowles, 15, lives in Upper LaHave just outside of Bridgewater. She’s part of a generation of activists who aren’t waiting around for someone else to tackle what they believe to be the biggest issue -- the environment. And ...
Diversity in political representation
The night Jaime Battiste won the Liberal nomination for the riding of Sydney-Victoria was the day Nova Scotia took one step closer to finally having an Indigenous MP. The Eskasoni First Nation man, a Dalhousie law graduate and former Cape Breton ...
Meet Our Cover Artist: A few questions with Now Atlantic’s resident illustrator Belle DeMont
Belle is Now Atlantic’s resident illustrator and is the light-hearted artist behind the artwork you see each month in print and online. Belle seeks out and finds a different cover artist to feature each month, to be sure we’re ...
The Rise of the Independents in Cape Breton
Rumblings of a revolution have been making waves in Cape Breton for a few years now. People are upset. Health care, to many, is in a crisis with long wait times for procedures, doctors shortages and closed emergency rooms. The population numbers ...
The election’s on: Now Canadians should watch out for dumbfakes and deepfakes
Dianne Lalonde, Western University Dumbfakes and deepfakes are edited or altered videos. In just the past few years, the capability to produce and share these videos has increased exponentially due, in part, to artificial intelligence. These ...
The importance of self-expression in Atlantic Canada
As September wraps up, we've put together the collection of articles from this month's Now Atlantic all about self-expression! Abady Alzahrani finding freedom through dance in Halifax What you say ...
A sobering look at alcohol-free living in Atlantic Canada
Shalyn Ward probably doesn’t even realize she’s a part of what seems to be a growing trend by choosing to never drink alcohol. ...
LAURA WHITMAN: Self-expression is life, not luxury
It’s not a fluffy luxury, and it’s not limited to artistic or creative pursuits. Rather, self expression is about the exploration and experience of be ...
Summerside native finds healing through words
SUMMERSIDE – Sophie Betts knows how to express herself. If there was ever any doubt, all one would have to do is look at her well-travelled backpack covered in about 40 pins and buttons. With one criticizing a certain political leader in ...
RESILIENCE AT WORK: Steps to keep your r-battery fully charged
There is a percentage of people who can go to work, and by lunch time their r-battery or personal resilience, is drained. This can occur for many reasons, a toxic boss, toxic colleagues or unreal expectations of your daily workload. I have come to ...