Connor O’Donovan joined the Global Regina newsroom as a digital broadcast journalist in April 2019.
After finding a meeting point for his love of writing and photography in TV journalism, he enrolled in NAIT’s Television Broadcasting program in 2014.
Following stints with CityNews Edmonton and the CKUA Radio Network, Connor hauled all of his possessions across the Prairies to the Queen City. He’s excited to find out what makes Regina and southern Saskatchewan tick while slowly being converted into a Riders fan.
When not on the clock, Connor enjoys hiking, biking, and general meandering in the great outdoors. He also loves travel, a highlight of doing so being his 2014 trip through Nepal to Everest base camp with two of his childhood friends.
If he must be indoors, he tries to spend most of that time convincing his girlfriend to join him in coffee shops, restaurants, pubs or any other place of business that offers things to consume. Sometimes he drags himself to the gym to counteract all that eating.
While his CFL loyalties may be flexible, his sporting roots will, of course, remain attached to the Edmonton Oilers.
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The Buddhist Centre of Regina is appealing for donations in the face of a $45,000 bill to replace their building’s boiler system. Continue reading →
A community kitchen in Estevan announced it would have to close for the month of December. The community it serves wasn’t about to let that happen. Continue reading →
Cannabis edibles, topicals and extracts are set to legally hit store shelves for the first time ever in Canada next week. Continue reading →
The Saskatchewan Trucking Association spoke out about the effect the labour dispute at the Co-op Refinery Complex is having on its members and drivers. Continue reading →
The union representing health care workers at the Pioneer Village special care home says its members have been reporting illnesses. Continue reading →
A former resident of Makwa Sahgaiehcan First Nation is asking people to send handwritten Christmas cards to the First Nation school. Continue reading →
Ranchers from across Canada and the United States are arriving in Regina for the Canada Western Agribition. Continue reading →
Government House in Regina hosted a sensory-friendly Santa meet-and-greet Saturday. Continue reading →
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