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Amber LeBrun

Amber LeBrun

Amber LeBrun was born and raised in Montreal and graduated with a Bachelors degree in Journalism from Concordia University. She worked in radio for several years in Montreal as a producer and hosted the Irish Show Podcast before making the move to Halifax. Following a few years working in finance and insurance, she’s happy to be back following her passion for news and radio. When not working, you will likely find her watching hockey, volunteering with the community or just having a good laugh with some friends.

Recent Work by Amber

Mental Health Week a chance to 'get loud' about wellness

Mental Health Week a chance to 'get loud' about wellness

For the 68th year, the association have invited communities, schools and workplaces to rally around Mental Health Week
Community sees positives out of N.S. rugby debacle

Community sees positives out of N.S. rugby debacle

There's relief and a new sense of excitement in the rugby community Wednesday, following the decision to ensure high school rugby will continue in the province
Teachers' union calls for changes to guidance counsellor allocation

Teachers' union calls for changes to guidance counsellor allocation

Following three days of lively debate, the Nova Scotia Teacher's Union wrapped up its annual council over the weekend
It's Gaelic Nova Scotia Month (3 photos)

It's Gaelic Nova Scotia Month (3 photos)

The Power of Our Songs is the theme this year
Halifax to host healthy aging conference for seniors today

Halifax to host healthy aging conference for seniors today

Concerned seniors and leading experts are invited to take part in a national conversation today on what healthy aging should look like in Canada.
Don't lose sight of 'bigger systemic issues': Dal professor cautions in wake of emotional viral video

Don't lose sight of 'bigger systemic issues': Dal professor cautions in wake of emotional viral video

The viral video has been seen more than three million times so far
Renters soon to have searchable online database on landlords

Renters soon to have searchable online database on landlords

The new program is designed to inform landlords, and tenants of their rights and obligations under the Residential Tenancies Act
Police review board adjourns appeal in custody death case

Police review board adjourns appeal in custody death case

Corey Rogers died of asphyxiation in a police cell in June of 2016
Sierra Club Director slams Senate for watering down environmental assessment legislation

Sierra Club Director slams Senate for watering down environmental assessment legislation

The idea behind Bill C-69 is to bring credibility back to the environmental assessment process for project approval
Unions hold health care rally outside Province House (3 photos)

Unions hold health care rally outside Province House (3 photos)

Private and public unions came together Wednesday to demand the government act on what they're calling a growing health care crisis in Nova Scotia
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