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

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'Nova Scotia strong': Communities work together to support families displaced by wildfires

People across Nova Scotia are banding together to find ways to support friends, neighbours, and perfect strangers who've been displaced by wildfires.

She was sexually abused by her father as a child. Decades later, she's sharing her story

Mandy Wood is hoping to help other victims by sharing her story publicly, after asking the courts to opt out of a publication ban.

'People are struggling': Almost 1 in 4 Nova Scotians are food insecure, data shows

According to numbers from Statistics Canada, 22 per cent of Nova Scotians were living in food insecurity in 2022. That's up from 17.7% in the year before.

'Maxed out': Dalhousie Legal Aid suspends drop-in services until June

Dalhousie Legal Aid Service is suspending drop-in services during May while it tries to work through a backlog of cases. That means low-income and vulnerable people looking for legal help to deal with tenancy issues in Halifax will need to look elsewhere for now.

'We just felt seen': N.S. nursing students grateful for random act of kindness

When a group of nursing students were out for lunch in Sydney, N.S., celebrating the end of their semester, they didn't expect to be moved to tears by the person at the next table.

8 North Atlantic right whale calves recorded this season 'encouraging,' says researcher

Eight North Atlantic right whale calves have been spotted off the coast of the United States this calving season. A New Brunswick Researcher says it is an encouraging number.

Dead pilot whale known as Double-Dip washes ashore in Cape Breton

A dead long-finned pilot whale, known by researchers in the area as Double-Dip, washed ashore on a remote beach in northern Cape Breton on Friday.

Historic Annapolis Valley church marks 231 years of service

Old Holy Trinity Church, a designated provincial heritage site, held its first congregation on Aug. 14, 1791.

N.S. hospitals no longer have designated COVID-19 units

Hospitals in Nova Scotia are no longer putting patients with COVID-19 in a separate unit from patients without COVID-19.

2 navy ships return from deployment on NATO mission in support of Ukraine

Two Royal Canadian Navy ships returned to port in Halifax after several months in European waters as part of NATO's Operation Reassurance in support of Ukraine.