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Shelli Summers

Shelli Summers

Shelli Summers is the co-anchor of City News 957's Morning News, weekdays from 6-10 a.m. with Dan Ahlstrand. She is a graduate of the Radio Broadcasting program at Loyalist College and has worked at stations in New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Ontario. She is no stranger to Nova Scotia, having spent summers with grandparents in the Truro area who introduced her to the ice cream at the Masstown Market. She is thrilled to call Halifax home and cites the waterfront as one of the best places to enjoy coffee on a sunny afternoon.

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Recent Work by Shelli

Roach wins again in close match on 'Jeopardy!'

Roach wins again in close match on 'Jeopardy!'

It was a nail biter, but Halifax's Mattea Roach won her 23rd "Jeopardy!" game on Thursday night with everything coming down to "Final Jeopardy!"
Maritime Bus owner anticipating rebound in 2022

Maritime Bus owner anticipating rebound in 2022

The owner of Maritime Bus says funding announced last week by three provincial governments will help keep the bus service on the road
Roach bests fellow Canadian for 10th Jeopardy! win

Roach bests fellow Canadian for 10th Jeopardy! win

Nova Scotia's Mattea Roach faced off against a contestant from B.C. en route to her 10th straight Jeopardy! win
Roach wins again, brings Jeopardy! winnings to $80,400

Roach wins again, brings Jeopardy! winnings to $80,400

Nova Scotia's Mattea Roach is now a three day Jeopardy! champion with nearly $81,000 in winnings
Dartmouth addiction recovery centre aims to reduce barriers

Dartmouth addiction recovery centre aims to reduce barriers

"We're trying to reduce the barriers for people suffering from moderate to severe substance-related issues," said Dr. Patrick Daigle, program director with Nova Scotia Health's community mental health addictions and specialty services
Bank branches likely to become regional, says business professor

Bank branches likely to become regional, says business professor

As Scotiabank moves to close three rural Nova Scotia branches, Ian Lee says it's going to continue to get harder to justify keeping some branches open
Despite 'fear mongering' there are no significant supply chain problems, says retail council

Despite 'fear mongering' there are no significant supply chain problems, says retail council

'Despite some of the fear mongering going on out there, there's generally not a real problem with the supply chain and food availability in Canada,' says Jim Cormier with the Retail Council of Canada
Property assessments likely to continue to rise, says local expert

Property assessments likely to continue to rise, says local expert

Nova Scotians can expect property assessments to continue to climb in the province in the coming years according to a local mortgage expert, but there is a silver lining
More intense storms likely due to climate change, says Ecology Action Centre

More intense storms likely due to climate change, says Ecology Action Centre

The Ecology Action Centre says Nova Scotia can expect more extreme weather events like what we've seen this week and says people need to stop building in inappropriate places
Understanding travel insurance 'more important than ever' as U.S. border rules ease, says CAA

Understanding travel insurance 'more important than ever' as U.S. border rules ease, says CAA

Acting director of public and government affairs with CAA Steve Olmstead says it's important for Canadians to know what the rules are as we are still in a pandemic
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