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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.

Recent Work by Chris

Prototype COVID vaccine clinic to launch in African Nova Scotian community next month

Prototype COVID vaccine clinic to launch in African Nova Scotian community next month

Dr. Robert Strang confirmed a prototype clinic will launch in an African Nova Scotian community at the end of March
First COVID-19 vaccine clinic in Mi'kmaw community launches Wednesday

First COVID-19 vaccine clinic in Mi'kmaw community launches Wednesday

It will be on Millbrook First Nation and it will be the first of 13 Mi'kmaw communities to host a COVID-19 vaccination clinic
Nova Scotia launches first prototype community COVID-19 vaccine clinic Monday

Nova Scotia launches first prototype community COVID-19 vaccine clinic Monday

The clinic will be at the IWK Health Centre and it will be for Nova Scotians age 80 and older
Canadians believe Atlantic Canada had best COVID-19 response: poll

Canadians believe Atlantic Canada had best COVID-19 response: poll

'A quarter of Canadians picked one of the Atlantic Canadian provinces as having done the best job and almost no one said that Atlantic Canadian provinces did the worst job,' says Margaret Chapman
Premier slams court ruling to disclose management fee paid to Bay Ferries

Premier slams court ruling to disclose management fee paid to Bay Ferries

Premier Stephen McNeil's comments come after a Nova Scotia Supreme Court judge ordered the province to disclose how much it pays Bay Ferries for operating the ferry
Nova Scotia expecting reduced shipment of Moderna vaccines this week

Nova Scotia expecting reduced shipment of Moderna vaccines this week

Last week, the Trudeau government said it would be diverting COVID-19 shipments to the Canada's northern territories
'It's massive': Halifax mayor applauds federal government's public transit investment

'It's massive': Halifax mayor applauds federal government's public transit investment

Mike Savage says the money will help the city in its plans to move toward electrification of fleet and rapid transit for both buses and ferries
Nova Scotia expects biggest shipment of COVID-19 vaccine to date coming next week

Nova Scotia expects biggest shipment of COVID-19 vaccine to date coming next week

According to Dr. Robert Strang, the province is scheduled to receive 8,775 doses
Premier-designate eager to get to work despite challenges ahead

Premier-designate eager to get to work despite challenges ahead

As for a potential election, Rankin said he won't be thinking about that anytime soon
Legislation aimed at keeping couples together in long term care to take effect March 1

Legislation aimed at keeping couples together in long term care to take effect March 1

The act will allow spouses, common-law and domestic partners to be placed together at the highest care level required
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