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.
Experts say the biggest trade-exposed industry in this area is the agri-food sector, particularly the cattle and meat industries. Continue reading →
Thirty-two of the building’s 114 units won’t be ready for about a year. Continue reading →
Volunteer at the Mission Thrift Store said they often come across items they believes to be worthless, but turn out to be valuable after consulting the researcher. Continue reading →
Leah Deisrae Tallow, 28, of Lethbridge has been identified and charged with robbery after an incident at a south side gas station almost two weeks ago. Continue reading →
“If we got a wind change, we could have easily had it come into the city.” Continue reading →
“We had a number of people who were unaware of the fire ban, so it was more of just going out and informing people that were was a fire ban.” Continue reading →
A Lethbridge family had a new roof installed on Saturday after winning a roof giveaway contest. Continue reading →
Volunteers built and maintained the shelter located just inside the front gate of the storage company for the last several years. Continue reading →
The summer camp aims to teach kids to make better future choices, while undergoing some training that a police officer would. Continue reading →
A U of L prof speaks to the unique demographics of Lethbridge compared to other parts of southern Alberta and what that means for local politics. Continue reading →
“I feel like everyone here came to get better so I don’t really have much to be afraid of.” Continue reading →
Sue St.Croix, the vet tech at Park Pet Hospital in west Lethbridge says she’s treated about two dozen dogs over the last couple weeks, costing pet owners upwards of $500. Continue reading →
“I believe in entrepreneurship, but is it fair to park in the same area where you have six or seven restaurants?” Continue reading →
“It was scary because I couldn’t manage the stairs very well, I had to be carried,” resident Marietta Stangroom said. Continue reading →
Over 200 wildfires had forced about 14,000 people to flee their homes in British Columbia as of Monday afternoon, including friends and family of Taber, Alta. resident Melissa Laukkanen. Continue reading →