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Connor Fraser

Connor Fraser

Born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Connor moved to Ottawa in 2013 and graduated from the Journalism program at Algonquin College in 2017. He first discovered his love for journalism covering college and junior level sports including some of the 2017 QMJHL playoffs. So far in his career he has contributed to print and digital media and has even spent some time reporting news over the radio in Halifax.

Currently Connor is covering local events and stories in the Ottawa area and when he's not on the job he can be found watching hockey from the comfort of his home or in person at the rink.

Phone
6139151535
Email
cpfraser93@gmail.com

Recent Work by Connor

Haligonian left speechless after being named 2020 Order of Nova Scotia recipient

Haligonian left speechless after being named 2020 Order of Nova Scotia recipient

Halifax resident Shawna Paris-Hoyte is one of six to receive the award
Ottawa Winter Brewfest 2020, in photos

Ottawa Winter Brewfest 2020, in photos

Over 100 craft beers were available for guests to try.
A chef by chance, Ottawa’s Ian Carswell competes in Canadian Culinary Championships

A chef by chance, Ottawa’s Ian Carswell competes in Canadian Culinary Championships

2020 was the first year Ottawa hosted the event.
Ottawa's 50th Help Santa Toy Parade, in photos

Ottawa's 50th Help Santa Toy Parade, in photos

The event has taken place every year since 1969.
Residents provide further feedback for new central Ottawa Public Library

Residents provide further feedback for new central Ottawa Public Library

The Library and Archives Canada joint facility is set to open in 2024.
Religious freedom hailed as Ottawa Satanic Temple 'black mass' draws large crowds

Religious freedom hailed as Ottawa Satanic Temple 'black mass' draws large crowds

The black mass was a first-of-its-kind event in Ottawa
Third Annual Ottawa Asian Fest Night Market, in photos

Third Annual Ottawa Asian Fest Night Market, in photos

The event takes place in Ottawa's Chinatown every summer.
Thousands celebrate Indigenous culture at Summer Solstice Indigenous Festival

Thousands celebrate Indigenous culture at Summer Solstice Indigenous Festival

The festival was held at Vincent Massey Park from June. 20 to June. 23.
Sold out Orléans Craft Beer Festival, in photos

Sold out Orléans Craft Beer Festival, in photos

The event took place from June 6-8.
Game 5 loss not killing Ottawa’s buzz for 67’s hockey

Game 5 loss not killing Ottawa’s buzz for 67’s hockey

The club is selling out home games for the first time in years, as the city rallies behind it.
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