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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

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
Company aims to give Nova Scotians a choice for renewable energy

Company aims to give Nova Scotians a choice for renewable energy

It's not yet a done deal, but Nova Scotia's Utility and Review Board has handed out the first retail supplier license to sell renewable electricity
Parents' group calls for faster action on COVID-19 in schools

Parents' group calls for faster action on COVID-19 in schools

Dr. Robert Strang said this week four out of the 370 public schools in Nova Scotia have closed to prevent further spread, but Stacey Rudderham says those closures need to happen quicker
Climate change will impact N.S. groundwater resources, expert says

Climate change will impact N.S. groundwater resources, expert says

A Dalhousie professor says we can expect more extreme weather events in Nova Scotia and more impacts on our groundwater resources due to climate change
Halifax councillor concerned that RCMP still considers street checks a useful policing tool

Halifax councillor concerned that RCMP still considers street checks a useful policing tool

Lindell Smith says while an apology would have been a good gesture, there's a bigger problem for the RCMP when it comes to street checks
Province working to get more young people vaccinated

Province working to get more young people vaccinated

Premier Iain Rankin says more people in their 20's need to get the vaccine
Nursing home association expects smoother vaccine rollout moving forward

Nursing home association expects smoother vaccine rollout moving forward

Michelle Lowe says she experienced the same uncertainty as everyone else during the online booking system crash earlier this week with her own aging parents
Halifax-based crystal maker shutting down for good after more than 20 years in business

Halifax-based crystal maker shutting down for good after more than 20 years in business

NovaScotian Crystal announced the shutdown on Thursday, saying it could not continue to stay in business because of the pandemic
Impaired driving charge laid after crash on Larry Uteck

Impaired driving charge laid after crash on Larry Uteck

Two people were sent to hospital after rear-ending an unoccupied SUV
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