Stories by Cam Towner

Cam Towner

Cameron is a 4th-year journalism student from Innisfil, Ontario, and has lived in Halifax since 2017. He works as the Head of Broadcast for the University of King's College Athletics Department.

The front door of 1945 Oxford St. adorned with a 'This Should be Housing' sticker.

What a vacant Oxford Street property says about housing in Halifax

Building advertised as 'secure and private living,' sits empty

Dec 10, 2021

Cars wait to pick up students from Halifax West High School on Monday.

Parents angry after Halifax high school uses Twitter to notify of lockdown

Halifax West High School tweet asked people to 'avoid school' due to 'ongoing situation'

Dec 6, 2021

The Hypochondriacs soundcheck at the Seahorse Tavern before their show on Friday.

Photo essayLive music's new look: Behind the mask with the Hypochondriacs

Out-of-province band returns to Halifax after nearly two years

Nov 29, 2021

Nova Scotia's auditor general, Kim Adair, speaks at a media briefing on Nov. 23.

Dalhousie hasn't returned nearly $60 million in unspent COVID-19 relief funds

Province gave university $100 million to manage COVID relief before calculating costs

Nov 23, 2021

Premier Tim Houston speaks at a COVID-19 update on Nov. 17.

Amherst pastor fined $2,422 for church event linked to deadly COVID-19 spike

'I don't understand why only one person has been charged,' Premier Tim Houston says

Nov 18, 2021

Commissioner Harry Critchley reads his motion for a new communication policy for Halifax police

Halifax police board to review cops' communication policies

Board to consider policies for Halifax Regional Police and RCMP

Nov 16, 2021

Federal ElectionMeet the candidates: Halifax

As voting day approaches, the Signal has profiled the candidates in three Halifax-area ridings.

Oct 19, 2019

Nadia Qadi wants Haligonians to know that people are suffering in Yemen.

‘Who’s still in Yemen? The people who cannot leave’

Halifax woman recalls harrowing days in her home country

Apr 9, 2019