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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

Hundreds attend Halifax rally in solidarity with Mi'kmaw fishers

Hundreds attend Halifax rally in solidarity with Mi'kmaw fishers

Attendees gathered on the Halifax waterfront to show their support for the Mi'kmaq community
Police investigating Halifax robbery

Police investigating Halifax robbery

The robbery took place on the morning of Sept. 26 on Bayers Road
HRM painting 'Black Lives Matter' murals in city

HRM painting 'Black Lives Matter' murals in city

The municipality will start painting the words on streets in Halifax and Dartmouth
Dartmouth man with warrant arrested

Dartmouth man with warrant arrested

Police arrested Gregory Thomas Weeks without incident
HRM urges people to prepare for Hurricane Teddy

HRM urges people to prepare for Hurricane Teddy

Despite Teddy likely being weaker than Dorian, the HRM says people must listen to safety updates
'We have to wait for our little crumbs': Canadians who are blind struggle with pandemic

'We have to wait for our little crumbs': Canadians who are blind struggle with pandemic

Accessibility and financial issues due to the COVID-19 pandemic are burdening many Canadians
Nova Scotia will likely not be hit hard by Teddy

Nova Scotia will likely not be hit hard by Teddy

Meteorologists say the hurricane, which will hit the province as a post-tropical storm, won't be as strong as Dorian
Hockey parent starts petition to allow spectators back into rink

Hockey parent starts petition to allow spectators back into rink

The petition, started by Michael Kydd, has almost 5,000 signatures
Two vehicle collision on Highway 101 near Falmouth

Two vehicle collision on Highway 101 near Falmouth

The driver of a pickup truck was transported to the hospital with life-threatening injuries
Police investigate fourth break and enter into Dartmouth churches

Police investigate fourth break and enter into Dartmouth churches

In the last 24 hours, there have been four reported break ins at places of worship
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