Over 3,000 kilometres from his hometown of Vaughan, Ontario, Joe is proud to continue and grow his reporting career in Lethbridge, Alberta.
After earning a diploma from the College of Sports Media in Toronto, Joe reported for CHEX TV and Rogers TV in Durham Region, where he covered everything from sports to breaking news.
Joe joined the Global Lethbridge team in December 2016.
He often tells his family and friends back home how friendly the people in southern Alberta are.
On a regular day, Joe can be found around town searching for his next story.
“There’s a lot of people that wouldn’t come to it or wouldn’t want it no matter where I put it.” Continue reading →
420 Clinic will offer professional consultations and education before recommending a prescription from a licensed physician for clients. Continue reading →
On Tuesday, actor Eugene Brave Rock hosted a private screening of his latest film – Wonder Woman – and took some time to speak to about 250 students from his hometown on Alberta’s Blood reserve, telling them success doesn’t care who you are or where you come from. Continue reading →
According to police, the investigation has concluded and no further information will be released. Continue reading →
Photos from a party are circulating on social media and have drawn accusations of racism from some members of Lethbridge’s aboriginal community, including one student who said he didn’t even know his peers were doing this. Continue reading →
A new wildfire training program for First Nations and Metis people wrapped up its final session on Thursday. The trainees were aiming for a job with Calvin Plain Eagle, who runs CCI Wildfire Services, a new wildfire contractor for the Alberta government. Plain Eagle has been a firefighter for the last 20 years. He helped… Continue reading →
“I was a little confused on the dress code because there was a difference between the handbook and what had been posted around the school.” Continue reading →
The funded CIP is to include a total of $385 million in municipal 2018-21 capital projects in three major areas: Community Facilities ($145 million), Transportation ($70 million), and Utilities ($170 million). Continue reading →
In one email, visitor experience manager Locke Marshall writes to co-workers, saying his staff have come to him with concerns, including that “the Visitors Centre should be outside the community.” Continue reading →
Amanda Jensen’s son Jake was well enough to attend school on Thursday, something which wasn’t the case earlier this year. Continue reading →
In 2013, Snowden gave classified government documents to journalists which revealed billions of ordinary citizens were being spied on. Continue reading →
Lethbridge Pride hopes the bold move will encourage other cities around the world to follow suit. Continue reading →
Glenn was just 49 years old when he died, and left behind four daughters. Continue reading →
Staff at the library are pulling out all the stops to prevent drug activity. They have partnered with police, are shutting Wi-Fi after hours and are handing out lifetime bans. Continue reading →
The National Day of Mourning was officially recognized by the Canadian government in 1991. Since then the Day of Mourning has spread to about 80 countries around the world. Continue reading →