Just a reminder that the Nova Scotia Advocate is always looking for pitches. Our mandate is to tell the stories other media tend to overlook, and amplify the voices of the people you don’t often hear from. You don’t have to be an experienced writer. We will help you, and you’ll find doing journalism is always interesting, and really not as hard as it is cracked up to be.
This is to let you know that we are slowly moving away from PayPal and switching to Stripe, which is significantly less intrusive than PayPal.
How we did in 2020. Thanks, donors!
Just a reminder that the Nova Scotia Advocate is always looking for writers.
I will be talking a bit about equity-related stories we ran in the NS Advocate. There are a lot to choose from.
In a brief ceremony outside City Hall this morning mayor Mike Savage handed tireless poverty activist and Nova Scotia Advocate reporter Kendall Worth a scroll in recognition of his receiving this year’s James McGregor Stewart Award.
he Nova Scotia Advocate turns three today. Being two was fun.
About paywalls, and why we don’t have one. Also about how the website is doing. This story mostly targets nice people with some money to spare.
Our frequent contributor Kendall Worth was recognized at Province House earlier this week for his tireless anti-poverty activism. Way to go, Kendall!
Just a reminder, we’re always interested in talking to new (and old) writers, both experienced reporter-types and first voice people who want to talk about their lived experiences.