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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

Cape Split upgrades create looped trail with new coastal views

Cape Split upgrades create looped trail with new coastal views

Seven kilometers of trail has been added to the Scots Bay side of the peninsula and coastal viewing platforms have been built along the new and existing trail
It’s prime tick time, Nova Scotia Lyme advocate encourages bite prevention

It’s prime tick time, Nova Scotia Lyme advocate encourages bite prevention

Hike Nova Scotia is hosting a tick prevention webinar on April 28 featuring Donna Lugar, the Nova Scotia representative of CanLyme
Dalhousie marine biologist calls sensitive eel grass at Owls Head 'treasure'

Dalhousie marine biologist calls sensitive eel grass at Owls Head 'treasure'

Kristina Boerder says development would likely cause negative consequences on surrounding aquatic vegetation and marine life
Chasing waterfalls in Nova Scotia

Chasing waterfalls in Nova Scotia

'My favourite waterfall is the next one I'm going to see,' says adventurer and author, Benoit Lalonde
Vaccinology centre seeking participants for clinical trials

Vaccinology centre seeking participants for clinical trials

Canadian Centre for Vaccinology director Dr. Scott Halperin says trials are underway for three vaccines, and a fourth is expected to begin shortly
Sustainable seafood label can be trusted, says Halifax MSC rep

Sustainable seafood label can be trusted, says Halifax MSC rep

The Marine Stewardship Council is rejecting claims made in the new Netflix documentary 'Seaspiracy' that casts doubt on the blue fish label 
Islanders beat Mooseheads 6-2 Thursday night at the Scotiabank Centre

Islanders beat Mooseheads 6-2 Thursday night at the Scotiabank Centre

The Mooseheads were missing four key players out with viral symptoms 
A sweet start to spring at Sugar Moon Farm <b>(11 photos)</b>

A sweet start to spring at Sugar Moon Farm (11 photos)

Eat, hike and shop at the 2,500-tap maple syrup farm on the North Shore of Nova Scotia
Mooseheads defeat Eagles 6-1 Thursday night

Mooseheads defeat Eagles 6-1 Thursday night

MADD Canada holds dress drive in Sunnyside Mall for graduating youth

MADD Canada holds dress drive in Sunnyside Mall for graduating youth

All dresses are new or lightly-used and sell for $30
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