Skip to content

Katie Hartai

Katie Hartai

Katie grew up in a small southwestern Ontario town and graduated from Carleton University's Bachelor of Journalism program in 2016. She secured her first full-time journalism job at a newspaper in rural New Brunswick where she quickly fell in love with Atlantic Canada. In addition to being a reporter for NEWS 95.7 and HalifaxToday.ca, Katie is the producer of The Rick Howe Show. When not at the station, she can be found exploring the great outdoors with her camera close by.

Recent Work by Katie

African Nova Scotian Senator, activist unpacks local anti-Black racism for HRM council

African Nova Scotian Senator, activist unpacks local anti-Black racism for HRM council

Senator Dr. Wanda Thomas Bernard told regional council, the legacies of historical anti-Black racism are kept alive today through current policies and practices
Getting the blazes out: Summer staycationing in Nova Scotia <b>(13 photos)</b>

Getting the blazes out: Summer staycationing in Nova Scotia (13 photos)

Here are a few outdoor adventures supporting local businesses to start your trip planning. 
Humanity's 'broken relationship' with nature needs mending: World Wildlife Fund Canada

Humanity's 'broken relationship' with nature needs mending: World Wildlife Fund Canada

World Wildlife Fund Canada CEO Megan Leslie says governments around the globe need to commit to actions that halt and begins to reverse the loss of biodiversity
Halifax council approves long-term climate action plan

Halifax council approves long-term climate action plan

HalifACT 2050 wants to see greenhouse gas emissions reduced by 95 per cent over the next three decades
Halifax activist on national list of outstanding Black men

Halifax activist on national list of outstanding Black men

'I am just doing what I can to make a difference, and I tell people every day to do the same,' says Halifax anti-violence advocate and community leader Quentrel Provo
Charity donation bins begin to reopen across HRM

Charity donation bins begin to reopen across HRM

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Halifax has reopened its roughly 50 donation bins in the region.
Halifax council to consider bag-free garbage and recycling system

Halifax council to consider bag-free garbage and recycling system

According to municipal staff, it would take about 8.3 to 12.2 years to achieve a net reduction of plastic when comparing the weight of the plastic carts to the annual estimated weight of plastic bags used per household
Do not leave your pets in a hot car, NS SPCA warns as temperatures spike

Do not leave your pets in a hot car, NS SPCA warns as temperatures spike

A summary offence ticket for leaving an animal unattended in a vehicle in conditions that could cause harm carries a fine of $697.50
CFIB wants government programs to encourage people to return to work, not stay home

CFIB wants government programs to encourage people to return to work, not stay home

The Canadian Federation of Independent Business wants to see fewer people on CERB, and more businesses able to access the wage subsidy now that economies are slowly reopening
NSGEU thrilled to see LPNs are being recognized for their vital roles through retroactive pay increase

NSGEU thrilled to see LPNs are being recognized for their vital roles through retroactive pay increase

NSGEU President Jason MacLean says they will now advocate that the provincial government extend the 12 per cent wage increase to other LPNs across the province
Rogers Media
6080 Young Street Halifax, NS, B3K 5L2 © 2006-2020 Rogers Media. All rights reserved.