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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

Lahey Report author 'enthusiastic' about promises to implement recommendations faster

Lahey Report author 'enthusiastic' about promises to implement recommendations faster

One of Iain Rankin's campaign pledges was to fully implement the recommendations made in a 2.5-year-old review of Nova Scotia's forestry practices by the end of 2021
Extend the hiking season by strapping on some snowshoes

Extend the hiking season by strapping on some snowshoes

HRM offers free snowshoe rentals at many of its recreation centres
Islanders beat Mooseheads 3-0 Saturday

Islanders beat Mooseheads 3-0 Saturday

N.S. matchmaker says COVID-19 has more people looking for love

N.S. matchmaker says COVID-19 has more people looking for love

"We've created more couples in the last nine months than we have in three years," says Jean-eva Dickie 
Mooseheads pick up 5-2 win over Eagles

Mooseheads pick up 5-2 win over Eagles

The Wednesday night game was at Centre 200 in Sydney
Study to look into influence of famed wild horses on Sable Island

Study to look into influence of famed wild horses on Sable Island

The federal government is investing $682,000 to protect important habitats at Sable Island National Park Reserve
Coalition launches survey to gain perspectives on end-of-life fishing gear

Coalition launches survey to gain perspectives on end-of-life fishing gear

The Fishing Gear Coalition of Atlantic Canada is looking for your input on recycling or repurposing old and no longer useful fishing gear
Nova Scotians can still eagle watch in the Valley despite cancelled festival

Nova Scotians can still eagle watch in the Valley despite cancelled festival

Hundreds of eagles spending winter in the Sheffield Mills area will continue to be fed at the corner of Bains Road and Middle Dyke Road until the end of March
New mental health treatment will soon be available for Nova Scotians

New mental health treatment will soon be available for Nova Scotians

Until now, repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation, or RTMS, has only been available at a private clinic in Halifax
Seniors advocacy group says Nova Scotia's vaccine rollout is too slow

Seniors advocacy group says Nova Scotia's vaccine rollout is too slow

Nova Scotia administered 2,720 doses of the vaccine between December 16 and January 2
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