‘I felt like we were luggage’: Passengers on Air Transat Tarmac delays
Air Transat crew testimony contradicts passenger accounts
Data shows CHEO is underperforming against surgery wait-time targets
Canada’s privately-sponsored refugee system flawed, wait times too long
La Machine roars life into Ottawa businesses
Delays continue over signing of Guyana-EU trade agreement to combat illegal logging
Guyana’s government still dealing with fallout over controversial logging company
‘It's Not a Compliment’ Campaign in Guyana Uses Personal Stories to Fight Street Harassment
ExxonMobil’s Significant Oil Find Off Guyana Leads to Questions About the Country’s Future
Devastation of Hurricane Matthew Renews Talk of French Reparations to Haiti
I worked for Global News from Aug. 2012 to Nov. 2015. Working my way from a chase producer in Toronto, to assignment coordinator, then writer and eventually video-journalist and reporter in Moncton. NB.
I wrote hundreds of stories for Globalnews.ca during this time. Below are some of my stories. I produced, filmed, edited and wrote every part of these stories.
I was the first journalist in the province to on changes to a federal correction facility and its impact. I followed the story over several months.
Changes coming to Shepody Healing Centre in Dorchester
NCR prisoners at Shepody being transferred to provincial responsibility: feds
NB Public Safety Minister caught off guard by federal policy change
Review board orders Despres to remain at Shepody for now
Despres hearing reveals new details of changes at Shepody Healing Centre
I also produced a series of stories on over-crowding at local hospitals.
N.B. doctors speak out on severe overcrowding in hospitals, calling it “inhumane”
‘I felt like I was on Main Street’: Dumont patient spends four days in a hallway
I also had an exclusive about the issues one family faced getting a French medical document translated into English.
UPDATED: Moncton mother wants autism diagnosis for her son translated to English
Moncton psychologist offers to translate child’s autism diagnosis for free
You can see some of my other stories below:
Whooping cough outbreak highlights need for vaccine registry in N.B.
Pop-up artisans take over Main Street for the holiday season
Hotwire cancels hotel room on NB, NS youth basketball team, doesn’t tell them
Woman sentenced to one year in prison in Baby Taylor case
Signs pop up in Moncton encouraging protest votes in federal election
Unique Sussex program saves man’s life after being stung by wasps
Operators say tourism numbers up this summer in N.B.
Moncton food truck owner says he faces daily racism
Canadian woman wants travel ban on West African countries lifted
Saint John transgender woman fighting province to change gender marker on ID
N.B. waste management commission considering extending recycling to apartments
Moncton doctors speak out against DNA sequencer in Saint John
RCMP call fire at Bouctouche farmers market suspicious
Lack of transportation to Moncton summer school concerns N.B. family
Crosswalk lights broken where 21-year-old died trying to cross Riverview street
FIFA Women’s World Cup delays restoration of Moncton’s Downing Street
Team of scientists monitor New Brunswick fishways
Parents angry by plan to cut one teacher at Nelson Whynder Elementary
Some New Brunswick seniors to pay higher fees for nursing home care
Moncton Big Brothers Big Sisters has critical need for volunteers
EXCLUSIVE: Hillsborough’s only grocery store closes, lays off 20 people
Riverview man charged with child luring was working as a hockey coach
Former Moncton hockey coach facing additional child luring charges
Riverview youth counselling centre forced to cut hours due to lack of funding
Eleven months after announcement, no new information on youth facility
Moncton crisis shelter forced to turn away a third of people seeking help