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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

City will consider implementing regulations around houseboats

City will consider implementing regulations around houseboats

The Deputy Mayor put forward a motion Tuesday that will see staff draft a report for council regarding legislative options for houseboats
Halifax councillor headed to UN climate conference in Spain

Halifax councillor headed to UN climate conference in Spain

Next month, HRM District 12 Councillor Richard Zurawski will head to the UN Climate Change Summit in Madrid
New book marks 150 years of Princess Louise Fusiliers

New book marks 150 years of Princess Louise Fusiliers

The Fusiliers fought in both WWI and WWII and have been active in the city since 1869
East Coast shellfish farmers reacting to climate change impacts

East Coast shellfish farmers reacting to climate change impacts

Biologist Laura Steeves says some aquaculture farms may switch their product due to rising ocean temperatures
COMING TO COUNCIL: FCM conference, Discovery Centre funding, heritage buildings

COMING TO COUNCIL: FCM conference, Discovery Centre funding, heritage buildings

Halifax Regional Council's next meeting is on Tuesday, November 12 at 1:00 p.m.
Fire at CN Rail yard destroys building, no injuries

Fire at CN Rail yard destroys building, no injuries

Crews this morning are working to make sure a fire on Chisholm Avenue in Halifax is completely extinguished
Grade 11 students getting virtual glimpse into N.S. Home for Colored Children

Grade 11 students getting virtual glimpse into N.S. Home for Colored Children

A pilot project between the Department of Education and the Restorative Inquiry Council for the home is bringing history to life
A dozen local scientists sign global climate emergency letter

A dozen local scientists sign global climate emergency letter

Over 400 Canadians signed the World Scientists’ Warning of a Climate Emergency
Major players shifting business model to reduce emissions: expert

Major players shifting business model to reduce emissions: expert

The 'Food Professor' Sylvain Charlebois says Maple Leaf is setting a precedent for other large companies looking to reduce their environmental impact
Resident calls for buffer zone to limit protesters near abortion clinics

Resident calls for buffer zone to limit protesters near abortion clinics

"They can protest anywhere else in the city, just not in that bubble."
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