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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

Province thanks Armed Forces for their help with hurricane clean-up

Province thanks Armed Forces for their help with hurricane clean-up

Minister Chuck Porter visited Joint Task Force Atlantic on Saturday to thank them for their work during the days following Hurricane Dorian
Gallery: Switch Halifax takes over Agricola, Spring Garden and Argyle (36 photos)

Gallery: Switch Halifax takes over Agricola, Spring Garden and Argyle (36 photos)

The street festival took over three streets downtown on Sunday from 12 - 4 p.m.
Expect higher flooding, more coastal erosion from storms that hit N.S.

Expect higher flooding, more coastal erosion from storms that hit N.S.

When Hurricane Dorian hit Nova Scotia last weekend, it set the precedent for what many future storms may look like
Rates of suicide in N.S. won't decrease unless we have a plan: doctor

Rates of suicide in N.S. won't decrease unless we have a plan: doctor

Nova Scotia has the quickest growing suicide rate in Canada
Women in tech act as role models for young girls across the province

Women in tech act as role models for young girls across the province

Techsploration has been pairing Grade 9 girls with mentors in technology-related fields since 1998
Tobin Street residents displaced for at least two months for repairs after Dorian

Tobin Street residents displaced for at least two months for repairs after Dorian

During the high winds of last weekend's hurricane, a roof ripped of a Tobin Street apartment complex, hitting and damaging a neighbouring building
David Milgaard hopes public apology next for Glen Assoun

David Milgaard hopes public apology next for Glen Assoun

As one of Canada's most famous cases of wrongfully convicted people, David Milgaard has told his story many times
N.S. ranks second-highest in study of alcohol rules for service industry

N.S. ranks second-highest in study of alcohol rules for service industry

The 2019 Raise The Bar report was released earlier this week by Restaurants Canada
Two years later, police continue to investigate Lake Loon homicide

Two years later, police continue to investigate Lake Loon homicide

Today marks the second anniversary of the murder of 22-year-old Josiah Kaelin Sparks
Point Pleasant Park and Public Gardens re-open this weekend

Point Pleasant Park and Public Gardens re-open this weekend

The Halifax Public Gardens and Point Pleasant Park have remained closed since Hurricane Dorian hit the city last weekend
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