Reid is a born and raised Calgarian, and thrilled to join Global National as the Alberta correspondent.
He comes to Global National after co-anchoring the Saturday and Sunday Morning News on Global Calgary.
He began his broadcasting career at CH Red Deer as a video journalist. Reid then moved to Global Edmonton as a News Reporter before returning home to Calgary.
Some of the most poignant stories Reid has covered include the murder of an RCMP constable in the Northwest Territories in 2007. Reid was also working in Ottawa when the death of Federal NDP Leader Jack Layton was announced in August 2011.
In the spring of 2011, Reid was honoured with a regional RTNDA award for his part in co-producing and reporting the Global News special Pine Lake: 10 Years Later. The long feature told the story of survivors from one of Alberta’s most deadly tornadoes that swept through the Green Acres Campground in July 2000.
Reid is looking forward to waking up early every weekend to bring you Calgary’s most current and comprehensive local news.
Researchers at the University of Calgary are looking at a different way to predict wildfires than what’s currently used. Continue reading →
A Calgary photographer is trying to portray the economic slump in Alberta by taking black and white portraits of people who have lost their jobs because of low energy prices. He hopes to raise funds for the Calgary Food Bank and put a face to the layoff statistics. Continue reading →
Crews hooked up 30 Percheron horses to eight wagons Monday, all under the control of just one man: Neil Dimmock. Continue reading →
Just days ahead of one of Canada’s biggest parties of the year, bars that count on the Calgary Stampede for revenue are noticing there’s less of an appetite for companies to spend money as Alberta’s economy continues to struggle. Continue reading →
A meal for a meal – it’s a simple concept developed by two cousins, who grew up in Calgary, to help others. Continue reading →
The popularity of tiny houses in Canada is growing bigger than the small spaces. But, few municipalities will allow them within community limits. Continue reading →
Calgary Flames fans had hoped to fill the so-called Red Mile again this spring, to cheer on their team, but there will be no playoff hockey in Cowtown this year. Continue reading →
The Edmonton Oilers haven’t raised a championship banner to Rexall Place’s rafters in years. Will a new home change their Stanley Cup drought? Continue reading →
Calgary-based Ladacor Adanced Modular Systems is constructing a four-floor hotel using old steel shipping containers. Continue reading →
Because Edmonton’s unemployment rate hasn’t risen as quickly the rest of Alberta, out-of-work Edmontonians are not eligible for the reduced requirements for EI. Continue reading →
The courts allowed the children’s father, Saren Azer, to take them on a holiday out of Canada, but they never returned home. Family members believe he took them to northern Iraq. Continue reading →
For the first time in a generation, new Alberta condos and homes sit ready and waiting for buyers to move in. Continue reading →
The husband and friend of a Calgary woman who was granted an exemption to allow doctors to help her die are remembering her as a beautiful woman, and trying to fight a publication ban so they can tell her story. Continue reading →
From farmers to laid-off oil workers, many Albertans are now looking to green energy for secure their futures. But, home and business owners are still holding out for incentives. Continue reading →
Eddie the Eagle was a fan favourite at the 1988 Winter Olympic Games in Calgary, as the underdog English ski jumper who made history competing for his country. Now, his story is now being told in a Hollywood movie. Continue reading →