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Meghan Groff

Meghan Groff

Born in Michigan, raised in Ontario, schooled in Indiana and is now proud to consider herself a Haligonian. After two decades in news/talk radio, Meghan made the switch to online news. She is the editor for CityNews Halifax, joining the Village Media team in Oct. 2017 after 8 years producing and editing at the former NEWS 95.7 (now CityNews 95.7). When not at work, she enjoys travelling, camping, hiking and exploring the Maritimes with her dog Fundy.

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meghan@halifax.citynews.ca

Recent Work by Meghan

<b>CANADA:</b> All digital version of Tim Hortons iconic Roll Up contest 'where the world is headed'

CANADA: All digital version of Tim Hortons iconic Roll Up contest 'where the world is headed'

For over 35 years, Canadians have used scissors, their teeth and other creative methods to roll the rims up on their coffee cups
<b>CANADA:</b> Dalhousie dietitian recommends mindful eating over the holidays

CANADA: Dalhousie dietitian recommends mindful eating over the holidays

Christmastime is filled with cookies, chocolate, cakes and candy canes, making it difficult to not descend into dietary anarchy
<b>CANADA:</b> Why we'll never know the exact number of Halifax Explosion victims

CANADA: Why we'll never know the exact number of Halifax Explosion victims

It’s been 102 years since the Halifax Explosion levelled large parts of the city
<b>CANADA:</b> Halifax grocery store's new parking lot made out of recycled plastic bags

CANADA: Halifax grocery store's new parking lot made out of recycled plastic bags

Around 6 million plastic bags were diverted from landfills to be added to the mixture
<b>CANADA:</b> Thinking of switching careers? You're not alone says recent survey

CANADA: Thinking of switching careers? You're not alone says recent survey

Over one-third of Canadians have completely switched their career at some point in their life, says a recent survey by Indeed
<b>CANADA:</b> Cremated remains can now be added to artificial ocean reef in Nova Scotia

CANADA: Cremated remains can now be added to artificial ocean reef in Nova Scotia

Living Reef Memorial Canada incorporates cremated remains into a mold that is placed at the bottom of the ocean
<b>CANADA:</b> Hurricane Dorian cancels giant pumpkin regatta

CANADA: Hurricane Dorian cancels giant pumpkin regatta

The annual competition, whereby paddlers race in 'personal vegetable crafts', won't take place this year
<b>CANADA:</b> Titanic wreck could disappear within three decades, says retired prof

CANADA: Titanic wreck could disappear within three decades, says retired prof

Henrietta Mann said recent 4K video footage of the legendary vessel shows extensive deterioration
<b>CANADA:</b> Artist makes Dartmouth crosswalk look 3D. City paints over it

CANADA: Artist makes Dartmouth crosswalk look 3D. City paints over it

According to a municipal spokesperson, the artist has been notified that the removal has resumed
<b>CANADA:</b> You might be able to make a pretty penny off those old bank notes

CANADA: You might be able to make a pretty penny off those old bank notes

The Bank of Canada has announced it will be removing the legal tender status of some older bank notes as of January 1, 2021