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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

Dalhousie leads study on Atlantic Canadian diets during pandemic

Dalhousie leads study on Atlantic Canadian diets during pandemic

Researchers from the university are investigating the nutritional impacts of how Atlantic Canadians have been eating during the coronavirus pandemic
Police investigate possible weapons matter in Halifax, Dartmouth

Police investigate possible weapons matter in Halifax, Dartmouth

A person reported seeing someone in a black car shoot at another black car on Highway 111 this afternoon
Strang urges post-secondary students to continue hard work against COVID-19

Strang urges post-secondary students to continue hard work against COVID-19

While more students arrive in Nova Scotia next week, Strang said he's 'very pleased' with reports from public health and the university communities
Halifax Port Authority bringing new farmers market, innovation lab

Halifax Port Authority bringing new farmers market, innovation lab

The Halifax Seaport Farmers Market will soon leave its current home, making space for a new transportation innovation lab
Christmas trees left in homes can cause hazardous fires

Christmas trees left in homes can cause hazardous fires

Acting fire marshal Douglas MacKenzie says Christmas trees can entirely erupt into flames in just 20 to 30 seconds
Infectious disease specialist wants people to vaccinate, isolate amidst new COVID strains

Infectious disease specialist wants people to vaccinate, isolate amidst new COVID strains

With vaccines being one main form of protection against COVID-19, Dr. Lisa Barrett also says the province could administer it faster
Sambro Head house fire forces police to close roads

Sambro Head house fire forces police to close roads

Halifax Regional Police ask people to avoid the area until it reopens
Halifax long-term care facilities receiving COVID-19 vaccine next week

Halifax long-term care facilities receiving COVID-19 vaccine next week

Residents in some Halifax long-term care facilities can expect to get the vaccine as early as Monday
Nova Scotia schools to reopen, see new music education rules Monday

Nova Scotia schools to reopen, see new music education rules Monday

Sports, arts and culture activities — including community evening activities — can continue if they follow Public Health restrictions
Police conclude Fairview operation (update)

Police conclude Fairview operation (update)

Halifax Regional Police had asked people to avoid the area of Frederick Avenue
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