Audio Bootcamp Podcast: Protesters, profiles and mental health

Plus, building a family construction legacy in Halifax

Hosts: Hillary MacInnis and John Marshall

From Audio Bootcamp at the University of King’s College School of Journalism:

  • Meagan Byrd on protesters pushing Nova Scotia’s premier to keep the rent cap.
  • Josefa Cameron on Free Palestine Halifax activists who say they’ve been physically attacked.
  • Hillary MacInnis on students and staff pumped as Dalhousie’s Killam Memorial Library reopens.
  • John Marshall on a community centre in jeopardy that’s united a community.
  • Ryan Bellefontaine profiles young Halifax developer Jason Ghosn.
  • Victoria Welland on a Halifax musician who’s using rock music to promote mental health awareness.

The Signal: A Halifax podcast · Bootcamp Podcast 1 (Oct 26 2021)
Meagan Byrd

Meagan Byrd

Meagan is a multimedia journalist for The Signal at the University of King's College. She got her HBA in Political Science from the University of Toronto and is completing a Master's in Journalism at Kings. She likes podcasts and a good cup of coffee.

Victoria Welland

Victoria is a journalist with The Signal at the University of King's College. She is also a member of the news team at CKDU 88.1 FM. Originally from Saskatoon, SK, Victoria did her Bachelor's of Humanities degree at Carleton University. She now lives in Halifax.

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