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Victoria Walton

Victoria  Walton

Victoria Walton is an Annapolis Valley girl who came to the 'big city' in 2013. After graduating from journalism at King's, she now works in the film industry and as HalifaxToday.ca's weekend editor. Victoria is passionate about equality, justice, and community issues. She also loves a good pun.

Recent Work by Victoria

Bus Stop Theatre approved for quarter million dollars from HRM over two years

Bus Stop Theatre approved for quarter million dollars from HRM over two years

Bus Stop Theatre will also seek funding from the province, as well as using their own private fundraising
COMING TO COUNCIL: Bus Stop Theatre, improving Lake Banook, burying downtown power lines

COMING TO COUNCIL: Bus Stop Theatre, improving Lake Banook, burying downtown power lines

Halifax regional council will meet at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, January 28 on the third floor of City Hall.
A 'sobering centre' in Halifax could prevent alcohol-related deaths

A 'sobering centre' in Halifax could prevent alcohol-related deaths

"It gives a safe space for people to go and sober up that's not a hospital emergency room and it's not a police jail cell."
Auditor General says HRM website errors won't cost taxpayers money

Auditor General says HRM website errors won't cost taxpayers money

The halifax.ca site, originally launched in June 2017, was found to have numerous errors including broken links, missing pages, and errors with the 'Pay a Parking Ticket' system
Transit drivers struggle with low morale, low pay as ridership increases

Transit drivers struggle with low morale, low pay as ridership increases

Even as HRM reports growth of ridership over the past year, many transit operators aren't seeing improvements
GALLERY: HMCS Shawinigan and Glace Bay depart for mission in Africa (19 photos)

GALLERY: HMCS Shawinigan and Glace Bay depart for mission in Africa (19 photos)

It was a bittersweet send-off for about 80 members of the Royal Canadian Navy on Saturday as HMCS Shawinigan and Glace Bay both left the dockyard in Halifax
Yarmouth County towns to grow economy 'one oyster at a time'

Yarmouth County towns to grow economy 'one oyster at a time'

Tusket, Wedgeport and Pubnico are promoting oyster farming in their warm waters
Anti-vaccine film screening spreading misinformation: Chief Medical Officer

Anti-vaccine film screening spreading misinformation: Chief Medical Officer

Two screenings of the anti-vaccination movie Vaxxed II are scheduled to take place at Bedford's LeBrun Recreation Centre on Friday, January 31
Proposed QEII parking garage will interfere with Common: councillor

Proposed QEII parking garage will interfere with Common: councillor

Halifax South-Downtown Councillor Waye Mason is speaking out about a proposal from the province that he feels goes against the city's best interests
One in four N.S. children live below the poverty line

One in four N.S. children live below the poverty line

40,710 children in the province are living in homes with income below the poverty line
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