She has studied grief and bereavement in pastoral care and likes working with seniors.
Dolly is a founding member of Silent Witness Nova Scotia and the current chair of the Crime Prevention Society of Nova Scotia, and co-chairs the High Risk Case Coordination Protocol committees in the Halifax Regional Municipality and in Colchester and Antigonish Counties.
If it’s good enough for Anthony Bourdain, there’s no question the rest of us should hightail it down to one of Halifax’s King of Donair locations and order one of their famous donairs immediately after arriving in town.
The chain has been serving up their meaty wraps since 1973, and the combination of tomato, onion, meat and a special sauce has since elevated it to legend status in the Halifax area.
Of course the kiddos can’t actually drink said-beer, so they’re offered lemonade or iced tea instead.
Like victims of crime, the staff and volunteers that work for Victim Services come from all walks of life, bringing with them a variety of interests, life experiences, and expertise.
Meet the core team that provides support to victims of crime in the Halifax region.
She holds a Paralegal Diploma from the Nova Scotia Community College, a Bachelor of Social Work from Carleton University, and a Master of Social Work from Syracuse University.
She has worked in a number of roles including: foster care caseworker for refugee and domestic children; youth worker in various group homes; counsellor and facilitator for an intimate partner violence intervention program; educator on dating and domestic violence; rape crisis counselor and program coordinator for programs serving families.
For those making the trip to Nova Scotia’s capital, here are the top 10 things to do in Halifax.