Eskasoni First Nation members rebuild Indigenous food sovereignty in their community through generational knowledge and teachings.
Digital Broadcast Journalist
Born and raised in the quaint Nova Scotia community of Jeddore Oyster Ponds, Alexa fell in love with the art of storytelling at an early age.
Creative writing and reading were her childhood pastimes and that led her to pursue Media Studies at the Atlantic Media Institute in Halifax, where she graduated from in 2007. She began her career in community television before moving to Alberta where she worked for Shaw TV, CBC, and camera operator for multiple sport production teams, including the Edmonton Oilers and Edmonton Elks.
She’s thrilled to be a Video Journalist with the Global Halifax team and in her off-time you can find her in the gym, playing rugby, cycling or walking her rescue pooch.
Indoor dining has been non-existent for seven weeks now, during the province’s third wave of COVID-19.
A new directory of resources that aims to help youth involved in or exiting the sex trade has been launched in Nova Scotia.
“It is very obvious that we are not doing enough,” said Imam Abdallah Yousri of Ummah Mosque in Halifax.
The first dose of COVID-19 vaccines are now open to all eligible Nova Scotians.
Nova Scotia body art professionals call for sector reopening based on approved plan following first wave.
DFO reduced the 2021 Atlantic mackerel quota by 50 per cent.
New border criteria requires approval of the Nova Scotia Safe Check-in application.
‘Homeless’ new N.S. residents are calling on the government to process compassionate exceptions on a rolling basis.
Volunteers help public health efforts to curb the third wave of COVID-19 in Nova Scotia.
Halifax shelter confirms first case of COVID-19 since pandemic began.
Health Canada’s green light for use of the Pfizer COIVD-19 vaccine in children brings ‘relief’ to some Nova Scotia families.
“You’re not going to get to herd immunity until you start immunizing children.”
Those on the frontlines of Nova Scotia’s immunization strategy say all health zones are receiving equitable doses based on need.
AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine appointments for the Halifax Regional Municipality filled up by noon on the opening day of eligibility for those aged 40-54.