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Aya Al-Hakim joined the Global News team in May 2019.
Aya is a first-generation immigrant, born in Baghdad, Iraq and raised in Amman, Jordan. She immigrated to Halifax, Nova Scotia in 2010 to pursue a better life. She graduated from the University of King’s College with an honours degree in journalism.
For two years, Aya worked as a reporter/editor for CBC Nova Scotia, where she developed a keen interest in women’s issues, refugee/immigrant stories and the arts.
When not in the newsroom you can find Aya reading a historical romance book and begging her cat to come sit on her lap.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the RCMP. Continue reading →
A 62-year-old man who was the sole occupant of the all-terrain vehicle was found in the water near the scene of the crash. Continue reading →
John Jay Anderson appeared in Moncton provincial court by way of tele-remand on March 7. Continue reading →
As of March 4, 38,676 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered. Continue reading →
Mass testing clinics have been set up to help determine if there has been any further spread in the area. Continue reading →
Many restrictions that came into effect on Feb. 27 will end Friday, March 5 at 8 a.m. Continue reading →
Public health said two cases are in Central Zone and the other case is in Northern Zone. Continue reading →
There have been 28 deaths. Three patients are hospitalized and two are in intensive care. Continue reading →
Police said that on Feb. 25, they responded to a complaint of an assault with a weapon at a home on Cedar Road at 5 a.m. Continue reading →
“If systematic racism is the problem, anti-racism seem to be the cure.” Continue reading →
Classified of Enfield, N.S., whose real name is Luke Boyd, leads the pack with eight nominations, while Rose Cousins, who lives in Halifax, leads with six. Continue reading →
Children living in toxic environments face the highest risk of developing negative long-lasting effects to their psychology. Continue reading →
Health care workers and volunteers were flat out over the weekend, swabbing more than 25,000 Nova Scotians after a push urging those without symptoms to get tested. Continue reading →
Police said they’ll continue to search for the suspect and do not believe that this was a random incident. Continue reading →