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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

Province hires additional staff to help with 811 backlog

Province hires additional staff to help with 811 backlog

'I've been assured the phone lines is not the principle bottleneck, it's the staffing,' says Randy Delorey
HRM's mayoral candidates discuss calls to defund police in virtual forum

HRM's mayoral candidates discuss calls to defund police in virtual forum

Mayor Mike Savage, Matt Whitman and Max Taylor all answered questions about a slew of topics
Three HRM mayoral candidates to take part in virtual forum

Three HRM mayoral candidates to take part in virtual forum

It will give Mayor Mike Savage, Matt Whitman and Max Taylor the opportunity to let the public know where they stand on municipal issues
Halifax MP announces $1 million in supports for young people facing employment challenges

Halifax MP announces $1 million in supports for young people facing employment challenges

Halifax MP Andy Fillmore made the announcement on Tuesday on behalf of Federal Employment Minister Carla Qualtrough
Doctors NS president says physicians hopeful virtual care will be extended

Doctors NS president says physicians hopeful virtual care will be extended

Dr. Robyn MacQuarrie says treating people via telephone and online has allowed her to be more efficient with her patients during the pandemic
Lumber industry booming seven months after Northern Pulp shut down, says Elmsdale Lumber president

Lumber industry booming seven months after Northern Pulp shut down, says Elmsdale Lumber president

Robin Wilber says demand has surged, and he attributes much of it to the COVID-19 pandemic
Number of residents opposed to bursting Atlantic Bubble dropping, new poll says

Number of residents opposed to bursting Atlantic Bubble dropping, new poll says

According to the poll, 47 per cent of Atlantic Canadians support bursting the bubble
Local infectious disease expert says COVID-19 reinfections a real possibility

Local infectious disease expert says COVID-19 reinfections a real possibility

Lisa Barrett believes it is inevitable that we were going to get reinfections
School bus driver shortage resulting in delays says HRCE spokesperson

School bus driver shortage resulting in delays says HRCE spokesperson

Stephanie MacKinnon says they are aware of these issues and are working with their partners to address them
Plenty of work ahead as schools set to reopen in two weeks, HRCE spokesperson says

Plenty of work ahead as schools set to reopen in two weeks, HRCE spokesperson says

Doug Hadley says schools will have different plans that suit their community the best, adding teachers will look for more opportunities to teach outside if need be
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