Blake Lough


Born and raised in rural Ontario, Blake Lough developed a passion for news at an early age.

He attended Niagara College for Broadcast Journalism in 2011, spending his college years covering local sports, news and entertainment in the Niagara Region. Soon after, Blake returned home to Eastern Ontario where he began an internship at nearby CTV Ottawa. In the summer of 2014, he joined the Global Lethbridge family as a videographer.

Lough has covered major stories from the tragic double homicide of Hailey Dunbar-Blanchette and Terry Blanchette in the Crowsnest Pass of Alberta, to Lethbridge’s first triple homicide and the prohibition vote in Cardston.

When he’s not in front or behind a camera, Lough can be found on the golf course, on the rink, or in front of the TV cheering on his beloved Ottawa Senators.

February 6, 2017 8:26 pm

Bowling and blindness: White Cane Week kicks off in Regina

Visual impairment didn’t stop the clatter of falling pins at Regina’s Golden Mile Bowling Lanes Monday morning. Members of the Canadian Council of the Blind (CCB) Regina chapter took on the city’s media in five-pin bowling in a friendly competition to focus attention on blindness and visual impairment. CCB spokesperson Russell Coubrough put together the… Continue reading 

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