Because of the coronavirus pandemic, the new mom was alone when she learned there was indeed something not right with her baby’s heart.
Morning News Reporter
Ashley Field is a passionate storyteller, who loves all aspects of creating news for television: from the interviewing, to the writing, shooting and editing.
She joined the Global News Halifax Morning team in May 2019 as their on-the-go live reporter.
Prior to joining the team, Ashley worked at three different stations in Saskatchewan, where over the years she’s worn many different hats, including video journalist, anchor, sports reporter and producer.
Ashley went to the University of Manitoba for psychology, and then switched gears, attending the Creative Communications program at Red River College for journalism — both schools in Winnipeg, where she was born and raised.
Ashley enjoys a cup of coffee and a crossword puzzle, exploring new places and getting active and outdoors with her pup. If she ever switched careers, being a writer and comedian on SNL is her dream job — she thinks she’s pretty funny.
All provincial centres for education announced classes are cancelled and schools are closed for Monday.
Brenda Steele says it was after visiting the Army Museum and seeing an exhibit on the 25th battalion that she was determined to have her grandfather’s bagpipes on display, too.
Ahead of the storm, all school districts in the province announced that they will be closed for the day.
Halifax Regional Police say the crash happened early Friday morning, around 1 a.m., at the intersection of Upper Water Street and Valour Way in downtown Halifax.
When Kate Pepler opened her flagship store in Halifax’s north end three years ago, it was hailed as Nova Scotia’s first completely package-free bulk store.
The Nova Scotia Firefighters Benevolent Fund will help firefighters cover unexpected out-of-pocket expenses.
When they arrived, they saw a man with “visible lacerations to his hands,” dropping items while attempting to leave, according to the news release.
The report found that three in ten say they have taken on more debt as a direct result of the pandemic
The new space, located on the third floor of Souls Harbour Rescue Mission on Cunard Street, will provide much-needed accommodations for up to ten men.
The new model makes Nova Scotia the first jurisdiction in North America to operate under presumed or “deemed consent.”
The Fraser Institute study found that student enrolment in Atlantic Canada experienced some of the largest declines from 2013 to 2018 compared to the rest of the country.
Taff Cheeseman is on a mission to equip Nova Scotia hospitals with cuddle beds in honour of her late husband.
Halifax Regional Police say it happened at 7:20 p.m. in the 600 block of Herring Cove Road.
The incident happened after the accused, a 39-year-old man, exited a Halifax Transit bus and confronted the victim, a 39-year-old man.