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Matthew Moore

Matthew Moore

Born on Cape Breton Island, Matthew is a reporter and weekend anchor for NEWS 95.7 and HalifaxToday.ca. He graduated from NSCC's Radio and Television Arts program in 2017 after obtaining an English degree from Cape Breton University. Matthew worked as a reporter in Antigonish and Glace Bay before moving to Halifax in 2018. When not at work, he enjoys sampling craft beer, attending concerts and visiting friends (only if they have pets).

Recent Work by Matthew

Federal government announces $100 million for Boat Harbour cleanup

Federal government announces $100 million for Boat Harbour cleanup

The funding is aimed at restoring the harbour to its natural state after nearly 50 years of wastewater being dumped into the lagoons.
Harassment, discrimination trial against Halifax Fire continues today

Harassment, discrimination trial against Halifax Fire continues today

Ms. Symington alleges her car was vandalized by her coworkers, and she was treated inappropriately for years
RCMP searching for missing 17 year old Lower Sackville teen

RCMP searching for missing 17 year old Lower Sackville teen

Cameron J. Prosper was last seen at the McDonald’s on Nantuket Ave. in Dartmouth on May 18th
Mounties investigating collision where a horse entered a Subway

Mounties investigating collision where a horse entered a Subway

Nova Scotia RCMP are investigating a strange incident where a horse ran through a business window in Lunenburg. According to a release, Mounties say at 12:50 p.m.
Fire at multi-unit dwelling set using "ignitable fluid" according to officials

Fire at multi-unit dwelling set using "ignitable fluid" according to officials

A fire that broke out in a Dartmouth apartment building on May 16th was set using an ignitable fluid according to Halifax Fire officials. 12 people were evacuated from the three story building on 32 Lakefront Road in the early morning hours.
Halifax Police called to weapons complaint at Dartmouth pizza shop

Halifax Police called to weapons complaint at Dartmouth pizza shop

Halifax Police were called to Roberts Pizza in Dartmouth at 12:42 a.m. Sunday morning after a suspect entered the business with a firearm. Police saying the suspect made comments looking for a male, who was not in the pizza shop.
Halifax police to step up presence downtown during Memorial Cup

Halifax police to step up presence downtown during Memorial Cup

"There's going to be a lot of stuff happening so we just want people to be safe and enjoy it responsibly," said Mayor Mike Savage
HRM worker spent taxpayers' dollars 'inappropriately' according to Halifax AG

HRM worker spent taxpayers' dollars 'inappropriately' according to Halifax AG

Halifax Auditor General Evangeline Colamn-Sadd says many purchases did not fall under HRM's procurement policy
Rouyn-Noranda Huskies win President Cup over Halifax Mooseheads

Rouyn-Noranda Huskies win President Cup over Halifax Mooseheads

The Huskies took the QMJHL Championship with a 4-2 series win over the Mooseheads.
Doctor warns of dangers edibles can have for young people

Doctor warns of dangers edibles can have for young people

One of the province's medical officers is concerned after seeing a recent story of the Nova Scotia RCMP seizing cannabis products
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