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Chris Halef

Chris Halef

Born and raised in Halifax. Graduated from Saint Mary's University with a Bachelor of Commerce. He later graduated from Humber College in Toronto for Journalism. Chris is a reporter for HalifaxToday.ca and NEWS 95.7. In 2018, he won the RTDNA Dave Rogers Award for best short feature. When not at work, he performs stand up comedy, enjoys travelling, running and spending time with his family.

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Chris.Halef@northbayradio.rogers.com

Recent Work by Chris

Special council meeting to discuss homelessness

Special council meeting to discuss homelessness

Halifax Regional Council will meet on Tuesday to talk homelessness in the municipality
Ottawa to apologize to Canada's first Black battalion on Saturday

Ottawa to apologize to Canada's first Black battalion on Saturday

During World War I, hundreds of Black men in Canada were rejected when they offered to fight overseas in 1914 as they were told they weren't wanted in what was considered a white man's war
N.S. Premier defends government's approach to addressing rising inflation

N.S. Premier defends government's approach to addressing rising inflation

'I understand the desire for a short-term fix but there's no short-term fix in the inflationary environment that we're in right now,' said Premier Tim Houston
Nova Scotia increases eligibility for down payment assistance program

Nova Scotia increases eligibility for down payment assistance program

The cap will increase from $300,000 to $500,000 in HRM
Premier won't appeal court ruling to overturn Bill 75

Premier won't appeal court ruling to overturn Bill 75

"Our goal, our objective is to make sure we have open and honest bargaining with Nova Scotians," said Premier Tim Houston
Nova Scotia not considering decriminalizing small possession of illicit drugs: Premier

Nova Scotia not considering decriminalizing small possession of illicit drugs: Premier

Tim Houston's comments come after the Trudeau Government granted an exemption to B.C. to decriminalize a small amount of hard drugs in an effort to curb its overdose crisis
New study shows suicides in Nova Scotia reached record high in 2021

New study shows suicides in Nova Scotia reached record high in 2021

According to the Nova Scotia Government, 142 people in the province died by suicide last year
Property owners group calls for rent cap to be altered due to rising inflation

Property owners group calls for rent cap to be altered due to rising inflation

'We are really the only business in Nova Scotia that doesn't have the ability to deal with inflationary pressures,' said Kevin Russell
Union calls for substantial pay increases for N.S. paramedics

Union calls for substantial pay increases for N.S. paramedics

According to Kevin MacMullin, Nova Scotia's paramedics are among the lowest paid in the country
Halifax Fire official offers safety tips for brush fire season

Halifax Fire official offers safety tips for brush fire season

According to Peter Andrews, many fires in Nova Scotia's forests are caused by people
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