Heather began working at Global News in 2010 as a digital journalist, covering national and international news, often focusing on veterans issues, urban planning, environmental, civic and mental health issues and politics.
Heather managed a team of breaking news journalists covering local, national and international news, before turning her attention to content strategy and content management.
As Senior Producer, Heather managed a team of journalists covering elections, major events and issues that matter to Canadians, including consumer issues, debt management, transit and infrastructure, technology and lifestyle trends.
How, when and where to vote in Canada’s 2015 federal election. Who to vote for? Well, that’s up to you. Continue reading →
Tech giant Google announced Friday it has reached its goal of matching user donations to support humanitarian efforts in the ongoing refugee and migrant crisis. Continue reading →
A new poll suggests adult children are draining their parents’ retirement nest eggs. Continue reading →
If you lost your job, would you have enough money saved to keep you afloat? Although Canadians on average have more stowed away in emergency savings accounts than in the past, a large number are still living paycheque to paycheque. Continue reading →
The family of a teen who died earlier this month at a cadet training centre in Nova Scotia is thanking the public for the love and support they’ve received in the past two weeks. Continue reading →
Cyclists from cities across North America will gather in rural Ontario this Sunday to celebrate a significant milestone in the province’s cycling infrastructure. Continue reading →
What Canadians need to know about the intestinal illness Cyclospora, as dozens of cases are being investigated across the country. Continue reading →
Toronto Mayor John Tory wants to wait until after the Parapan Am Games to talk about an Olympic bid. But the general public has already made up their minds. Continue reading →
Two organizations dedicated to helping members of the military and their families will receive funding to study the effect of equine therapy for veterans with mental health conditions. Continue reading →
On Friday, golfers, spectators and media are showing their Canadian pride, wearing red and white at the RBC Canadian Open. Continue reading →
Canadian golfer Graham DeLaet has withdrawn from the 2015 RBC Canadian Open due to a thumb injury. Continue reading →
Something is happening with the Canadian athletes on the Pan Am Games track – they’re winning, and in a big way. Continue reading →
Global News will have live coverage of the RBC Canadian Open from July 20 to 26, 2015. Continue reading →
For the first time since the 1980s, athletes will not be wearing headgear in men’s boxing at the Pan Am Games. Continue reading →
Genevieve Morrison won gold Thursday night in the women’s 48-kg wrestling freestyle final at the Pan Am Games. Continue reading →