Brooklyn Currie

Brooklyn Currie is a reporter and producer with CBC Nova Scotia. Get in touch with her on Twitter @brooklyncbc or by email at brooklyn.currie@cbc.ca

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The day Betty White and her cat touched the hearts of Halifax newspaper readers

Legendary comedian and actor once sent a letter and photo to a local cartoonist to mark the 10th anniversary of the Garfield comic strip.

Demolition begins on historic N.S. textile mill to pave way for development

Demolition work on the old textile mill in Windsor, N.S., built in the early 1880’s, began this week.

Crown closes case against former IWK CEO

After several weeks, testimony in the fraud trial of the former IWK Health Centre CEO wrapped Thursday in Halifax provincial court without the defence calling any witnesses.

Commute drives student to track missing, damaged street signs in Halifax

Brennan Wilkie got the idea while driving to work and realizing how many signs were missing.

What to expect from Halifax's temporary modular housing units

The Halifax Regional Municipality is buying 24 modular housing units with 73 private bedrooms and bathrooms to help people living in tents and temporary shelters transition to permanent housing.

IWK extends vaccine clinic for another week as demand remains high

The IWK Health Centre is extending its walk-in vaccination clinic for at least another week to keep up with high demand, particularly among young people and those getting a first dose.

Citadel Clock Tower to Big Ben: 12-year-old N.S. boy is taking his lockdown art project worldwide

When 12-year-old Carter Noseworthy was inspired to teach himself watercolour painting during the lockdown, he never dreamed he’d get paid to do it — or get commissions from across the globe.

Going to a public event in Halifax? Get a rapid COVID-19 test while you're at it

As the province’s rapid testing strategy continues to evolve, pop-up testing is now happening at events throughout the city.

Composition inspired by No. 2 Construction Battalion performed in public for first time

A piece of music inspired by the No. 2 Construction Battalion was performed in public for the first time at a Pan-African flag raising ceremony at CFB Halifax on Friday.

Brother in 'disbelief' after remains found 22 years after N.S. woman disappeared

Arlene McLean disappeared from her home in Eastern Passage, N.S., almost 22 years ago. What are believed to be her remains were found earlier this month, police said Wednesday.

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