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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

<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> Survey says four in 10 Canadians say money is biggest stress

BEYOND LOCAL: Survey says four in 10 Canadians say money is biggest stress

Money, or the lack thereof, is the biggest stressor for people across the country
Woman says 90-year-old mother losing quality of life due to extended Northwood lockdown

Woman says 90-year-old mother losing quality of life due to extended Northwood lockdown

Holly Crooks says her mother can no longer go shopping, go for a walk outdoors, or play a game of bridge with friends
Four in 10 Canadians say money is biggest stress: survey

Four in 10 Canadians say money is biggest stress: survey

Money, or the lack thereof, is the biggest stressor for people across the country
Brewery Market celebrates 10 years amid pandemic

Brewery Market celebrates 10 years amid pandemic

The market has gained a lot of new customers during COVID-19 due to shortages at grocery stores and the push on buying local
Halifax Thunderbirds hope to return to the field in December

Halifax Thunderbirds hope to return to the field in December

Head Coach Mike Accursi the team has been meeting virtually and keeping up with training in the meantime
Group advocating for sidewalk in Hubbards gains support online

Group advocating for sidewalk in Hubbards gains support online

"Our residents’ safety depends on it.”
Construction industry faces lumber shortages as home improvement spikes during COVID

Construction industry faces lumber shortages as home improvement spikes during COVID

Canadians have been using their increased time spent at home to improve their backyards, basements, bathrooms and everything in between
South Park Street businesses frustrated by lack of communication about crane collapse inquiry

South Park Street businesses frustrated by lack of communication about crane collapse inquiry

"If someone was at fault for this I don’t think it’s unreasonable to say, ‘Okay, compensate us for the damage you did to us.’”
Online summer leadership camp encourages teens to learn new skills

Online summer leadership camp encourages teens to learn new skills

The Up and Coming program teaches skills and connects youth across Canada who have similar interests
Police arrest man hiding in bushes after dangerous driving incident

Police arrest man hiding in bushes after dangerous driving incident

HRP arrested a 53-year-old Head of Chezzetcook Man after an incident early this morning in Dartmouth
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