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Alicia Draus joined the Global News team in summer of 2018. She grew up in Ontario and attended Carleton University in Ottawa where she obtained a Degree in Communications.
Alicia spent a few years working in Communications for the Federal Government but left to go back to school for Broadcast Journalism to pursue her passion of storytelling.
Alicia got her start in Journalism working for a TV station in Medicine Hat, Alberta. She then came to Halifax and spent a year working in radio before joining Global News as a Digital Broadcast Journalist.
She enjoys being out in the community, covering everything from breaking news to human interest pieces. When not reporting Alicia enjoys travelling, playing soccer, snowboarding or staying in with a good book.
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According to a new report, 97 per cent of respondents said they didn’t believe there were adequate resources in the community to support the well-being of their clients. Continue reading →
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While family members of the crew couldn’t say goodbye moments before departure, dozens of families headed to the Halifax boardwalk to watch the ship pass by. Continue reading →
We decided as we looked across the country and really globally with our own public health, Dr. Strang and I we knew the key for us was going to be to act quickly. Continue reading →
“Ninety-five per cent of Canadians said that trails are a way for them to enhance their mental health and well being, and 100 per cent of Canadians aged 18-24 said that that was the case for them.” Continue reading →
While rumours swirled at Auburn Drive High School Monday about a classmate with COVID-19, public health only confirmed a student had tested positive later that night. Continue reading →
The installation of the causeway and the gate has caused issues for the salmon and their migration route. Continue reading →
Documents show that in the six weeks after the moratorium was lifted, 343 eviction notices were filed, compared to just 28 between April and June. Continue reading →
The decision comes after a complaint was filed with the Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission by Sebastian Gaskarth. Continue reading →
According to police, officers responded to reports of shots fired at a residence in the 3000 block of Albert Street. Continue reading →
Over the course of four days, over 1,300 people stopped by to get their shot at the drive-thru clinic. Continue reading →
Municipalities have just a month to submit their proposals to the federal government for how they’re going to use the funds, and then the projects must be completed within a year. Continue reading →
A Facebook group has been created for anyone across the country facing the issue. It has already identified 160 schools where trips were cancelled with no refund given. Continue reading →