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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

Doctors NS president praises changes made by new health care recruitment office

Doctors NS president praises changes made by new health care recruitment office

Earlier this month, the province said two family doctors practicing Halifax will now stay in the province after working with the Office of Health Care Professionals Recruitment
Restaurants Canada calls on next feds to help bring employment to pre-pandemic levels

Restaurants Canada calls on next feds to help bring employment to pre-pandemic levels

Luc Erjavec said the industry is having extreme difficulty finding employees here in Nova Scotia and across the country
Nova Scotia students set to return to class Tuesday

Nova Scotia students set to return to class Tuesday

HRCE spokesperson Doug Hadley says things will eventually feel similar to the way they did before the pandemic
Local housing expert says affordable housing shortage now impacting middle income earners

Local housing expert says affordable housing shortage now impacting middle income earners

'It's definitely been a marked change in the housing challenges that we were facing just coming up to the pre-pandemic and certainly through the pandemic,' says Neil Lovitt
Restaurants Canada VP says industry still struggling to find staff

Restaurants Canada VP says industry still struggling to find staff

'Many might have decided to go to other industries that were less hard hit, like construction, or big box stores or grocery stores,' says Luc Erjavec
N.S. top doctor says a fourth wave of COVID-19 is inevitable

N.S. top doctor says a fourth wave of COVID-19 is inevitable

Dr. Robert Strang says the more people who are fully vaccinated, the less impact a fourth wave will have
N.S. Liberal leader wasn't aggressive enough during election campaign: former N.S. cabinet minister

N.S. Liberal leader wasn't aggressive enough during election campaign: former N.S. cabinet minister

Andrew Younger's comments come after the Tories pulled off an upset win earlier this week over the incumbent Liberals
Nova Scotians head to the polls to determine next provincial government

Nova Scotians head to the polls to determine next provincial government

The polls open at 8 a.m., at which point residents can start voting either at their return office in their electoral district or their assigned voting location
Winning Party in N.S. election needs to address system issues: head of paramedic union

Winning Party in N.S. election needs to address system issues: head of paramedic union

Michael Nickerson of IOUE Local 727 says there have been a number of instances where the province's staffing shortages have come to light
Dalhousie law professor calls potential vaccine passport system a 'good idea'

Dalhousie law professor calls potential vaccine passport system a 'good idea'

'If you are in contact with the public, whether you're going to a sporting event, indoor event or travelling, it seems to me that other people do have the right to know if you've been fully vaccinated,' says Wayne MacKay
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