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"I love not knowing what to expect. And let’s be honest: the lights and sirens are really cool," says  paramedic Dave Hung - SCOTT BLACKBURN
"I love not knowing what to expect. And let’s be honest: the lights and sirens are really cool," says paramedic Dave Hung

It’s always nice when you can go to school for training in the job you want. And when you can get that education and start that career all in one awesome city like Halifax? Double nice. We talked to six people who are living that dream to find out how they did it. Click the links below for their stories. Forget Stephen Harper and his hate-on for the east coast: These people are inspiring for all the workers, students and students-of-life who are wondering about future prospects in Halifax.

  • Electrician, Aaron Archibald
  • Policy Analyst, Melissa Oldreive
  • Animation Rigger, Erin Dean
  • Paramedic, Dave Hung
  • Business Developer, Leah Skerry
  • Seniors' Health Expert, Glenda Keenan

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