After receiving her Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Education from Queen’s University, Christina interned at TSN in Toronto and knew immediately that broadcasting was the industry for her. Christina reprised her role as a student and earned her postgraduate diploma in Journalism from Humber College in Toronto.
While completing her diploma, Christina returned to TSN as an intern for Sportscentre and was subsequently hired as a story editor.
When not at TSN, Christina was also on camera with Rogers TV, reporting and anchoring throughout the Greater Toronto Area.
As Christina’s passion for news grew, she was inspired to explore the rest of Canada. She decided to trade the city lights of Toronto for the beautiful prairies of Alberta, joining Global Lethbridge as a Digital Journalist. Christina is extremely excited to combine her production experience and charismatic personality to bring you Global News at 11 and produce top quality online content.
When Christina isn’t at work, you can find her watching her favourite sports teams or taking her dogs for hikes. As an avid supporter of animal rights, Christina enjoys donating her time to charitable animal causes and local animal shelters.
A defense lawyer is voicing concern over extra attention ahead of a charity motorcycle ride in southern Alberta. Tonii Roulston represents Tyler Hogan, the man charged with second degree murder of a 9-month-old baby boy. Continue reading →
Parks Canada says it plans to light 2,200 hectares in a prescribed fire in Waterton, Alta., on Thursday. Continue reading →
The man accused in the vicious attack of a Lethbridge woman was back in court Thursday, but requested an adjournment after dismissing his lawyer. Continue reading →
Veterinarians are assessing the condition of about 100 dogs taken out of a Lethbridge house. Continue reading →
An Alberta woman is searching for the man who rescued her dog, after he fell through the ice of the Oldman River. Continue reading →
RCMP say one person is dead after a head on collision on Highway 519, about 15 kilometres east of Granum. Continue reading →
“This quantity of drugs, that amount of cash, that’s a win for the organization.” Continue reading →
Lethbridge police have laid charges following an investigation into drug-trafficking activity at a northside home. Continue reading →
A man accused of firing shots at Pincher Creek RCMP officers last month is back in custody after allegedly breaching conditions of his release. Continue reading →
Alberta country singer Brett Kissel sat down with Global News for an exclusive interview before he hit the Enmax Centre Stage. Continue reading →
Opposition to a proposed ashpalt plant in southern Alberta is growing. Residents are expressing concern over the plan by Tollestrup Construction, and believe it will both hurt their property value and the environment. Continue reading →
ALERT and RCMP arrest four people in a $55,000 drug bust after intercepting a car they believe was used to courier drugs from Calgary to Lethbridge. Continue reading →
In hemp fields across Canada, farmers spend months planting, watering and weeding the hemp. But when harvest time comes, part of the plant is tossed aside, even though it’s quite valuable. Continue reading →
Picture Butte’s Frank West takes over as fire chief from his sister, becoming the youngest firefighter to ever lead the department. Continue reading →
Academic research and opportunities for students are getting a big boost as the University of Lethbridge formally partners with Canada’s leading network for composites research. Continue reading →