Stories by Brad Chandler

Brad Chandler

Brad Chandler is an aspiring video journalist from Cape Breton, Nova Scotia with a special interest in sports reporting and broadcasting. He has previously worked as a reporter for The Inverness Oran newspaper in Cape Breton since 2020 and now acts as a Media Correspondent for the U18 Cape Breton West Islanders hockey program.

38 per cent of residents have struggled to afford their “household financial needs” over the past 12 months

One in three Atlantic Canadians can't pay unplanned $500 expense, survey finds

Rising energy costs may be to blame, says analyst

Feb 15, 2023

Sports bars across the HRM are stocking up in preparation for Sunday’s game

Halifax sports bars, pubs ready for Super Bowl 2023

Crowds expected on football's biggest night

Feb 11, 2023

Food costs are expected to rise up to seven per cent higher in 2023, leaving grocery prices at record highs.

Nine tips to save money on groceries

Financial, health and shopping advice for buying food

Feb 10, 2023

Minimum wage in Nova Scotia will increase to $15 an hour on Oct. 1.

PHOTOS: Do Halifax residents think $15 minimum wage is enough?

Lowest wage in Nova Scotia will increase April 1, then Oct. 1

Feb 8, 2023

Shubenacadie Sam is held after emerging on Groundhog Day 2023.

Shubenacadie Sam says 6 more weeks of winter for Nova Scotians

The beloved groundhog predicted cold and snow weather conditions are here to stay

Feb 2, 2023

Sobaz Benjamin and “The Circle in the Square” youth drummers pounded through a set of traditional drum tunes at The Halifax North Memorial Public Library on Jan. 26, 2023.

African Heritage Month begins in Halifax

Celebration at North Memorial Public Library honours history, heritage of Black Nova Scotians

Jan 27, 2023

Members of Nova Scotia ACORN rally outside of Halifax City Hall prior to a Tuesday’s meeting  where council discussed several housing issues.

Halifax council tackles housing crisis with new proposed bylaws

City moves on rental property registry, new short-term rental rules, affordable housing funding

Jan 26, 2023

Nova Scotia chief medical officer Robert Strang said public health is working on a plan to prevent meningitis B from further spread at the province's universities.

Province, universities begin work on meningitis safety plan

Public health takes first steps toward plan to prevent further campus spread

Jan 19, 2023

8,734 fans attended the Moosehead's Jan. 14 win over Sherbrooke

Mooseheads ‘thrilled’ with strong attendance after World Juniors

Halifax junior hockey tickets are a hot item

Jan 18, 2023

A hockey player holds a mic.

Scoring on-air 

Examining the role of hockey players in sports media

Dec 14, 2022