Heather is the Senior Producer of Special Projects at Globalnews.ca, covering major local, national and international events.
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 fashion.
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 manages 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.
The 2015 NHL playoffs kick off Wednesday, and if Twitter users have their way, the New York Rangers will be the ones to hoist the Stanley Cup. Continue reading →
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The federal Liberals are asking that RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson testify, in light of a 16×9 investigation that exposed serious concerns over RCMP frontline officers’ equipment and training. Continue reading →
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When filing your tax return, make sure you take advantage of every credit and deduction available to you. Continue reading →
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A number of changes may impact your tax claims and deductions this year. Here are five things to keep in mind when filing your 2014 tax return. Continue reading →
You want to get into the housing market, but have nothing saved. Read on for strategies and tips for saving for a down payment. Continue reading →
Housing costs continue to eat up a large portion of Canadians’ take-home pay. And those costs are a significant source of stress for homeowners and renters alike, a new poll has found. Continue reading →
Some money advice is so good, you don’t know how you lived without it. Other tips can be downright disastrous. Experts share the best — and worst — financial advice they’ve heard. Continue reading →
You want to start saving for retirement, but don’t know where to begin. Here are some RRSP tips and basics, including whether or not they are right for you. Continue reading →
You have a financial emergency and need cash fast – should you make an early withdrawal from your RRSP? Mostly likely no, as it could really cost you. Continue reading →
“Freedom 55″ — it’s a nice idea that’s quickly becoming archaic. An exclusive poll for Global News found that half of Canadians don’t think they’ll have enough money saved to retire comfortably. Continue reading →
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