Angie Mellen joined the Global Saskatoon team in December 2017.
She fell in love with broadcasting during her time at NAIT in the Radio and Television program. Following her internship at Newcap News in Lloydminster, she was offered a job at 106.1 The Goat as a news reporter before being hired with the Global family.
Angie was born and raised in Edmonton, Alta. Growing up with two loving parents, four sisters and a brother, there was never a dull moment in the “Mellen Patch” as her family likes to call themselves. The patch keeps growing, as she is now a proud aunty to five nieces and nephews.
When she’s not at work you can find her on the soccer field, or in the kitchen trying out the latest recipe while trying not to set any smoke alarms off. She is also a loyal Edmonton Oiler and Eskimo fan.
Two Indigenous artists have transformed the arts tunnel at the University of Saskatchewan into a mural dedicated to the importance of water security. Continue reading →
The University of Saskatchewan unveiled its new strategic plan which will guide them into 2025, which focuses heavily on indigenization and reconciliation. Continue reading →
The transportation committee recommends council has administration develop a detailed framework for revising posted speed limits on neighbourhood streets. Continue reading →
“It’s going to be great when it’s finished, I know. It’s just right now, it’s quite an inconvenience.” Continue reading →
Two Saskatoon families received new furnaces during the Thanksgiving long weekend as part of the Feel the Love Campaign. Continue reading →
Over 1,000 people took part in this year’s Canadian Cancer Society CIBC Run for the Cure at Prairieland Park in Saskatoon. Continue reading →
The hackathon featured healthcare professionals, developers and entrepreneurs looking to come up with solutions to problems facing the healthcare system. Continue reading →
The SJHL Assistance Program has received $1.4 million in individual and corporate donations. Continue reading →
Bladder cancer awareness walks were held in 22 communities across Canada over the weekend with the hope of raising $26,000 in Saskatoon and $600,000 nationwide. Continue reading →
The event is put on by AIDS Saskatoon and OUTSaskatoon to raise awareness around AIDS and HIV while also supporting prevention and education programs. Continue reading →
City council will decide on Monday whether to create a six-day-a-week public and farmers’ market in the Saskatoon Farmers’ Market building, a plan current tenants dislike. Continue reading →
The relay race, which raised more than $15,000 for Spinal Cord Injury Saskatchewan, featured teams of four competing to see who could be first across the finish line. Continue reading →
Saskatoon Hilltops’ player Riley Keating isn’t letting his hearing impairment stop him from making an impact with the football team. Continue reading →
The federal government announced two investments totalling $56.2 million, with the Saskatoon Tribal Council to benefit First Nation communities in Saskatchewan. Continue reading →