Haley Ryan


Haley Ryan is a reporter based in Halifax. Got a story idea? Send an email to haley.ryan@cbc.ca, or reach out on Twitter @hkryan17.

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Chief says Eskasoni man injured in shooting

Schools and businesses in Eskasoni were closed Monday as a precaution after a shooting Sunday night that injured a local man.

New Halifax pharmacy aims to bridge gap in LGBTQ health services

Boyd's Pharmasave aims to make LGBTQ patients feel empowered and respected with a broad set of services, which some hope could set a new standard for the rest of Nova Scotia.

Pictou County farm loses chickens, equipment in barn fire

A barn on Nova Scotia's North Shore was completely destroyed in a fire early Sunday morning that killed chickens inside and wrecked equipment.

Halifax bars, restaurants question new COVID-19 rules

Some Halifax restaurants are questioning the latest COVID-19 restrictions, with at least one taking dining rules a step further.

N.S. man charged after fake ad posted seeking police decals

A Pictou County man is facing a seldom-used charge after allegedly posing as different people online in order to buy police decals for a car and to post defamatory comments.

N.S. project uses genomes as blueprint for more resilient, valuable trees

A Nova Scotia project working to develop the most resilient forests is rooting their methods in the family tree.

Firefighters trained 3 days after N.S. woman died in nearby home

The Bass River fire department now has the proper protective equipment to safely respond to medical calls during the pandemic. They were trained just three days after a woman died in her home near the station.

Truro outdoor pool to reopen in summer 2022 after $1M upgrade

Truro, N.S., residents will have to wait another summer to jump in their outdoor pool, but councillors say taking the time to do it "correctly" will set up the facility for decades to come.

5 workers taken to hospital after fire at Nova Scotia Power plant in Dartmouth

Five people were taken to hospital after a fire at Nova Scotia Power's Tufts Cove station in Dartmouth. They were released on Sunday evening.

Halifax study uses Harlequin covers to track changing attitudes on romance, society

Halifax researchers have found a unique way to look at how societal attitudes around women and romance have shifted over the years through Harlequin book covers.