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Chris Stoodley

Chris Stoodley

Chris was born and raised in Halifax. After picking up his first camera when he was 12, Chris fell in love with visual storytelling. He studied journalism at the University of King's College and is now HalifaxToday.ca's weekend editor. Outside of journalism, Chris is passionate about social issues, pop culture, and internet trends.

Recent Work by Chris

More employers may be 'very much open' to working from home: HR expert

More employers may be 'very much open' to working from home: HR expert

As the COVID-19 pandemic forced many to work from home, some employers are rethinking their policies and workplaces
Tourism Nova Scotia opens applications for industry support programs

Tourism Nova Scotia opens applications for industry support programs

Applications have opened for three programs that aim to support Nova Scotia tourism businesses with development and marketing
Halifax considers pedestrian bridge to fix Lower Sackville highway crossing

Halifax considers pedestrian bridge to fix Lower Sackville highway crossing

Some people are crossing Highway 101 to get to areas in Lower Sackville such as the Sackville Terminal and Downsview Plaza
Halifax driver facing flight from police, firearm charges

Halifax driver facing flight from police, firearm charges

A 35-year-old driver was arrested after trying to escape from police officers who asked for a breath sample
Nova Scotia improving COVID-19 vaccine booking system

Nova Scotia improving COVID-19 vaccine booking system

Starting this weekend, the province is implementing changes to its online and phone booking system for COVID-19 vaccine appointments
Nova Scotia's first sugar-waxing studio offers gender-neutral hair removal

Nova Scotia's first sugar-waxing studio offers gender-neutral hair removal

Fauna Sugaring opened at the beginning of March and owner Faith Lamoureux says business has been strong
Charity wants people living with obesity prioritized for COVID vaccine

Charity wants people living with obesity prioritized for COVID vaccine

Only four provinces currently prioritize people living with obesity for the COVID vaccine, and Obesity Canada wants to see more education for obesity as a chronic disease
Coyote, wildlife sightings rise in Nova Scotia amid COVID-19

Coyote, wildlife sightings rise in Nova Scotia amid COVID-19

The Nature Conservancy of Canada's Andrew Holland offers tips on how to protect your household and pets from dangerous encounters
Police investigate Dartmouth break and enter

Police investigate Dartmouth break and enter

Two men — one with a firearm — broke into a home near Shannon Park late Saturday afternoon
Autistic United Nova Scotia member says 'a lot more' advocacy work needed

Autistic United Nova Scotia member says 'a lot more' advocacy work needed

April is Autistic Acceptance Month, and Alex Kronstein says a big thing this year is autism awareness versus autism acceptance
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