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Skye Bryden-Blom

Skye Bryden-Blom

Skye Bryden-Blom is a graduate of the Radio, Television, and Journalism program at Nova Scotia Community College. She completed the program in 2017 with a major in Broadcast Journalism. Before embarking on this career path, Skye completed her Bachelor of Arts Degree (Honours English) at Mount Saint Vincent University in 2014.

Skye worked as a morning show co-host and web writer in Truro before joining the News 95.7 team in 2018 as a news anchor.

When not at work, Skye enjoys hitting the gym, cooking, and taking snapshots of the world with her camera.

Recent Work by Skye

NSTU President warns many Nova Scotia classrooms unprepared for COVID-19 second wave

NSTU President warns many Nova Scotia classrooms unprepared for COVID-19 second wave

Paul Wozney says despite no cases being reported in classrooms Tuesday, a better plan needs to be in place for the long term
Layoff notice given to Autoport workers due to CN Rail strike

Layoff notice given to Autoport workers due to CN Rail strike

A national Unifor spokesperson says they were not given any advanced notice of the situation
6th Jewish Atlantic Film Festival kicks off next week

6th Jewish Atlantic Film Festival kicks off next week

The event runs from November 21st, to the 24th, beginning with 'Working Women' at seven o'clock at Park Lane Cineplex
'Green wave' could be on the rise in Atlantic Canada, says deputy leader

'Green wave' could be on the rise in Atlantic Canada, says deputy leader

This comes as a recent survey by the Angus Reid Institute shows the Green party is polling well in the region
Group plans to protest outside N.S. health department Friday

Group plans to protest outside N.S. health department Friday

The group says health care is in a state of emergency
'This is the face of the health care crisis' : Woman pleads with premier in viral video

'This is the face of the health care crisis' : Woman pleads with premier in viral video

In the video posted Tuesday, Inez Rudderham says she went undiagnosed with anal cancer for two years because she didn't have a family doctor
Candlelight vigil planned for Sri Lanka bombing victims

Candlelight vigil planned for Sri Lanka bombing victims

The Sri Lanka Canada Association of the Atlantic Region is organizing the event
Council to debate changes to Halifax's taxi industry

Council to debate changes to Halifax's taxi industry

Dave Buffet told NEWS 95.7 he's disappointed that despite the recommendations being made, a call for the installation of cameras in cabs is not one of them
New exhibit will celebrate career of N.S. folklorist

New exhibit will celebrate career of N.S. folklorist

The exhibit at the Dartmouth Heritage Museum's Evergreen House will look at the life of Helen Creighton who collected and captured stories and songs from around the Maritimes
Museum of Natural History's dinosaur exhibit drawing large crowds

Museum of Natural History's dinosaur exhibit drawing large crowds

Dinosaurs Unearthed opened at the Museum of Natural History in Halifax last week, featuring life-sized, animatronic dinosaurs as well as full-scale skeletons and fossils from around the world
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