Police say a man had been struck by the suspect in the head with a pipe and had suffered serious non-life-threatening facial injuries.
Graeme Benjamin joined the Global News team in April 2018.
Graeme began his career at the Dalhousie Gazette, where he worked as sports editor in the final year of his Bachelor of Journalism degree at the University of King’s College in Halifax. During that time, he also provided play-by-play and colour commentary for Atlantic University Sport events.
For nearly three years, Graeme worked as a digital content editor and production assistant at CTV Atlantic, before making the switch to Global Halifax and New Brunswick.
Graeme was born and raised in Lewis Lake, N.S., and moved to Halifax in 2011.
Graeme enjoys travelling the province, trying local craft beer, and dissecting the Leafs’ forward line combinations.
Halifax Regional Police say they were called to the suspicious fires at a home on the first block of Walker Street at 12:45 a.m.
Earlier this month, it was announced that local entrepreneurs would be bringing Splashifax, an inflatable water park featuring a giant, 50-foot unicorn, to the HRM this summer.
Officers arrived to find the man “with life-threatening injuries consistent with a gunshot wound.”
In a news release, Halifax Regional Police said they were called to a report of a group in a physical altercation just before 2 a.m.
According to the provincial government, 5,956 COVID-19 tests were completed on Thursday, not including rapid tests.
‘This has been something we’ve been looking forward to for over a year, so to have it cancelled for reasons that I don’t really agree with was pretty tough,’ Jill Saulnier said.
The NBA champion and six-time all-star will be one of seven people awarded honorary doctorates by Acadia University as part of convocation for the Class of 2021.
In a news release Wednesday night, the province said the case was identified at Bell Park Academic Centre in Lake Echo on Wednesday.
The challenge is being hosted at the Canadian Blood Services Donor Centre on Bayers Road and runs for two weeks, from April 18 to May 1.
The city is inviting residents to participate in a survey and virtual open house to help shape the design of the Windsor Street Exchange Redevelopment Project.
‘We’re not contributing to pollution, we’re doing something about it,’ said Brenda Alexander of Small Crafts Harbour.
Hannah Shackleton, 26, says she lives with a rare condition called Retrograde cricopharyngeus dysfunction (R-CPD).
Halifax Regional Police say the armed robbery happened at Leonardo’s Convenience Store on Caledonia Road at around 9:30 p.m.
In a news release Sunday morning, Halifax Regional Police said they were called to a shelter on Barrington Street just after 5 p.m.