Slav Kornik is an online producer at Global Edmonton. His role includes writing stories for the Global Edmonton website and providing viewers with the latest online news during his Now Trending live hits on the weekday Mornings news.
Slav attended the NAIT Radio & Television program where he graduated in April of 2005. Following graduation Slav moved to Lloydminster where he was hired at Newcap News as a videographer. A few months in to his stint at Newcap, Slav became the late night sports anchor.
After a year and a half in Lloydminster, Slav made the move to Red Deer where he was hired as the weekend sportscaster at CHCA News. Later, Slav became the sports director. During that time he also helped out at Global Edmonton, filling in as the weekend sports anchor.
After three years in Red Deer, Slav was thrilled to move back to Edmonton in early 2010 to join the Global Edmonton team.
Slav has always been involved in athletics and continues to enjoy staying physically fit. Slav is also happily married and enjoys spending time with his wife and two bulldogs.
A new poll on small business shows most Canadians have thought about starting their own business and believe being their own boss is less risky than working for someone else. Continue reading →
A man accused of causing $100,000 of damage during an overnight vandalism spree in Edmonton earlier this month has been arrested and charged. Continue reading →
The deaths of a man and a woman, whose bodies were found in a northern Alberta home last week, were the result of a murder-suicide, according to RCMP. Continue reading →
An Alberta biotech company is celebrating a big milestone Wednesday. Continue reading →
A company that says it provides medical marijuana and services to people dealing with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and chronic pain is opening a wellness centre in Edmonton. Continue reading →
Edmonton police are investigating a suspicious death after a man died in hospital Sunday morning. Continue reading →
People lined up Sunday for the first public skate at the new Downtown Community Arena which is attached to Rogers Place. Continue reading →
One hundred Alberta police and peace officers who have died in the line of duty since 1876 were honoured in Edmonton Sunday. Continue reading →
Police are investigating the death of two people whose bodies were found inside a home in Wabasca, Alta. Continue reading →
A new park in Parkland County is more than a spot for residents to enjoy the outdoors, it’s a place that honours a local RCMP officer who lost her life in the line of duty in 2010.g Continue reading →
It was a women-only event at a south Edmonton auto repair shop Saturday morning. Continue reading →
A motorcyclist was killed in a collision with a pickup truck near Grande Prairie Friday night. Continue reading →
Three Alberta bathrooms are among five finalists for a national contest on the nicest bathrooms in Canada. Continue reading →
Oilers Entertainment Group said it’s assessing the number of change stations in Rogers Place bathrooms after a photo was taken and shared of a mother changing her baby on the floor. Continue reading →
A new pilot program has been launched to help remove barriers and provide resources for entrepreneurs to start their businesses. Continue reading →