Bindu Suri grew up in Medicine Hat before moving to Calgary to chase her dream of working in Television News.
She worked in Brandon Manitoba, Medicine Hat and Red Deer. It was quite the adventure, but with her sights set on Calgary, she jumped at the chance to join the team at Global TV.
Over the years Bindu has covered local stories, while also bringing viewers live coverage of unforgettable events outside our city. 2010 brought a devastating avalanche to Revelstoke and massive flooding to Southern Alberta that garnered Global Calgary a Regional RTNDA Honourable Mention for Continuing Coverage.
She’s excited to be Co-Anchoring Global’s Saturday and Sunday Morning News.
When she’s not working, Bindu enjoys spending time with her big family, travelling and Hosting local events that promote diversity in our community.
Frantic families waited anxiously to hear any news from loved ones back home in Italy, after a powerful earthquake devastated a string of mountain towns in central Italy Wednesday, killing at least 159 and leaving thousands homeless. Continue reading →
From concerts, shows, food, drinks and of course the rides, there are some ways to save money if you plan accordingly. Continue reading →
Traffic was at a standstill on the Trans-Canada Highway Wednesday afternoon, but there’s some good news for drivers heading west from Calgary for the Canada Day long weekend. Continue reading →
The Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission (AGLC) has eliminated the 8 p.m. limit on ‘happy hours,’ which means businesses can now offer reduced drink prices at any time. Continue reading →
Dozens of local heroes were honoured in Calgary Thursday night at the annual Police Chief’s Awards Gala. Some of them risked their own lives to save complete strangers, while others jumped into action, when no one else would help. Continue reading →
Suncor Energy apologized Friday for the gas shortage at Petro-Canada stations across western Canada. Gas production problems in the United States and in Alberta are being blamed for a shortage of fuel at the pumps. Continue reading →
Two job seekers that Global News has followed since February are turning to networking to get the inside track on job openings and better position themselves. Continue reading →
Don’t expect a hot meal for long-haul flights on WestJet. Food will come with an added cost on a direct flight from Vancouver to London via the low-cost carrier, while other airlines offer the service for free. Continue reading →
Six people are facing nearly 100 charges after Lethbridge police seized weapons and drugs from a southside home in the city last week. Continue reading →
RCMP have released surveillance footage after several firearms were stolen from a home in central Alberta. Continue reading →
A major fire broke out just after midnight Saturday on Royal Oak Grove Northwest. Two homes were completely destroyed and 15 others had to be evacuated. Continue reading →
EMS confirm 5 adult males were pronounced dead at the scene of a house fire in northeast Calgary, early Saturday. Continue reading →
Police were called after a local business owner found his shop had been broke into overnight. The call came in just before 5 a.m. Sunday morning at John Henry’s Pub on James McKevitt Road Southwest. Continue reading →
A new community library can be found inside the Westbrook CTrain Station starting Saturday morning. The Calgary Public Library has relocated the aging Shaganappi branch to the LRT station. Continue reading →
A Calgary man has been arrested after three women, who were with two minors, told officers that a man had touched them inappropriately at a hotel swimming pool on Saturday. Continue reading →