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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

Halifax Stanfield expecting high volumes of passengers during March break

Halifax Stanfield expecting high volumes of passengers during March break

Public school students in Nova Scotia and PEI will have next week off, which may mean lines at the airport
Halifax students to join global strike for climate change

Halifax students to join global strike for climate change

On March 15, students in Halifax and around the world will be marching to demand action on climate change
What to do if your car is damaged by a Halifax pothole

What to do if your car is damaged by a Halifax pothole

The municipality is hoping residents will take the time to report any issues they come across
Nova Scotia has no plans to follow Ontario's classroom cellphone ban

Nova Scotia has no plans to follow Ontario's classroom cellphone ban

On Tuesday, Ontario's Conservatives announced that cellphones will be banned in classrooms starting in the 2019-20 school year
Interim pharmacare report moving in the right direction, advocate says

Interim pharmacare report moving in the right direction, advocate says

A March 6 announcement gave details about what a national drug plan could look like for Canadians
Parks Canada looking for input on five Halifax historic sites

Parks Canada looking for input on five Halifax historic sites

A new survey open to the public is hoping to improve what's known as the Halifax Defence Complex
Council approves seniors complex for Fall River Road

Council approves seniors complex for Fall River Road

Halifax Regional Council approved a zoning legislation change that will allow a 400-unit seniors complex to be built on Fall River Road
Student uses $500 film prize to improve school lunch offerings

Student uses $500 film prize to improve school lunch offerings

Eleven-year-old Kieran O'Neill was this year's winner of the Food and Film Challenge at Devour! The Food Film Fest in Wolfville
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