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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

Snow, rain and wind in the forecast for Halifax on Tuesday

Snow, rain and wind in the forecast for Halifax on Tuesday

Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for Halifax Metro, Halifax County West and Halifax County - east of Porters Lake.
Convenience Store robbed Saturday night on Highfield Park Drive

Convenience Store robbed Saturday night on Highfield Park Drive

The call to Halifax Police came in before midnight Sunday; two suspects ordered patrons and staff to lie on the floor of the business.
Doctors Nova Scotia applauding government removing sick note requirement

Doctors Nova Scotia applauding government removing sick note requirement

Doctor Gary Ernest says the practice of requiring sick notes puts unnecessary work on the shoulders of healthcare workers
Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo cancelled <b>(update)</b>

Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo cancelled (update)

An emotional Scott Long says this pandemic has decimated the entertainment industry
Doctors Nova Scotia working to keep healthcare workers safe during coronavirus pandemic

Doctors Nova Scotia working to keep healthcare workers safe during coronavirus pandemic

Dr. Gary Ernest says half of the doctors in the province in Nova Scotia are over the age of 50, putting them in a high risk position to assess, and treat people potentially dealing with the deadly virus
Halifax Workers Action Centre calling for ban on doctor sick notes

Halifax Workers Action Centre calling for ban on doctor sick notes

The Halifax Workers Action Centre believes a request for doctor sick notes burdens the medical system and the sick employee as well
No changes for upcoming cruise season yet but Premier says discussions are ongoing

No changes for upcoming cruise season yet but Premier says discussions are ongoing

On April 11th, the Port of Halifax is scheduled to welcome the Norwegian Dawn
NDP bill to protect women seeking reproductive health care receives all party support

NDP bill to protect women seeking reproductive health care receives all party support

The proposed law aims to create safe-access zones around health-care facilities providing reproductive health care services, such as abortions.
BC man facing charges after allegedly exposing himself in Point Pleasant Park

BC man facing charges after allegedly exposing himself in Point Pleasant Park

Two women allege a man exposed himself in the park on Friday afternoon.
Bedford area home damaged after vehicle strikes building

Bedford area home damaged after vehicle strikes building

A 20 year old male is facing numerous charges related to the incident.
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