Tania Kohut has worked as a TV reporter, video producer and multimedia reporter for a number of news organizations.
In her role as national online journalist with Global News she covers local, national and international news. She enjoys digging in to issues that matter to everyday Canadians, as well as discovering off-beat stories.
When not working the national desk based in Toronto, she is likely doing home renovations, enjoying the outdoors, or planning her next vacation.
The world was watching Friday as President Donald Trump gave his inaugural address, and he made one thing clear: from now on, American interests come first above all. Continue reading →
A third of Donald Trump’s cabinet picks have no significant experience serving the public. Continue reading →
Outgoing U.S. President Barack Obama has released a heartfelt letter to the American people on his final day in office. Continue reading →
The Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages has received multiple complaints and will be investigating after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau answered questions only in French at a town hall Tuesday. Continue reading →
Kevin O’Leary doesn’t care if he’s criticized for not being able to speak French. The Tory leadership candidate says his fluency in Canada’s third ‘official’ language outshines all others — the language of jobs. Continue reading →
Millionaire businessman Kevin O’Leary, a familiar face to many thanks to his multiple stints on TV, has his sights set on becoming the next prime minister of Canada. Continue reading →
A bill that would remove some forms of family violence from Russia’s criminal code has passed its first reading with nearly unanimous support. Continue reading →
The loonie has a tumultuous year ahead, and could slump as low as 65 cents U.S. if things get really bad, according to one of Canada’s leading economists. Continue reading →
Natural disasters are expected to increase as climate change pushes global temperatures higher, and some scientists believe earthquakes will also become more frequent. Continue reading →
The simple truth is, machines can do some tasks better than humans. Here are the jobs most likely to be replaced by robots in the near future. Continue reading →
A new real estate forecast for Canada in 2017 is all over the map: Vancouver will slump, Toronto will soar, and Alberta should see some recovery after a rocky few years. Continue reading →
While Trump does not have real estate in Russia, links do exists. Here’s a look at Trump’s history with Russia. Continue reading →
New Year, new household budget: The average Canadian family could spend a lot more for everyday items in 2017, thanks to a number of factors. Continue reading →
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has shaken things up with a cabinet shuffle. Continue reading →
Brooklyn’s 94th Precinct Capt. Peter Rose said sexual assaults by a date, co-worker or acquaintance are, “not total-abomination rapes where strangers are being dragged off the streets.” Continue reading →