Anne has been working for Global Montreal since day one.
She started as an intern and then spent three years reporting in Quebec City, before moving back to Montreal.
Anne’s most memorable (and painful) news coverage was at the Summit of the Americas, where she was tear gassed during a live hit.
Her most favourite assignment yet was a series on “Day Tripping,” which she got to shoot and edit with her husband.
Anne has an undergraduate degree (Honours History and Women’s studies) from McGill University and a Graduate Diploma in Journalism from Concordia University.
Anne enjoys playing soccer, when she’s not busy running after her three children.
“I feel so good,” Taha El Taha told Global News on Tuesday evening. “Now that my family is here I feel I can fight this.” Continue reading →
Montreal homeowners are furious with the mayor for breaking a pledge. Their homes on Sherbrooke Street east near Fullum Street sit on contaminated land. Continue reading →
A terminally-ill refugee claimant from Lebanon has just been granted his dying wish by the federal government. Continue reading →
The NDP is calling on the federal immigration minister to grant a terminally-ill refugee claimant permission to see his family that is living in Lebanon. Continue reading →
The 36-year-old Stateless Palestinian from Lebanon was diagnosed with advanced Stage 4 colorectal cancer shortly after he arrived in Canada late last year. Continue reading →
His request was turned down once already but his lawyer and doctors are now calling on the immigration minister to make an exception out of compassion. Continue reading →
One Montreal motorist is fuming over potholes along 43rd Avenue in Lachine, under the Côte-de-Liesse overpass. Despite reporting the pervasive pot holes to the borough on several occasions, one motorist is furious that nothing is being done. Continue reading →
The audit found that incidents of vandalism more than doubled across the country. Continue reading →
He was told two months ago that his tumour is small enough to qualify for a local tumour ablation (LTA) instead of surgery. Continue reading →
An estimated 200,000 residents living under the airport’s flight paths from Dorval to Ahuntsic could qualify for compensation. Continue reading →
The regulation creates a provincial access committee, and is the product of a three-year collaboration between English-language rights advocates and the health minister. Continue reading →
Quebec’s health ministry has reversed its decision and will now cover the cost of sending a man to Ontario for mental-health services in English. Continue reading →
The 24-year-old was transferred to the French facility Le Rucher on March 20 for intensive dialectical behaviour therapy. The only equivalent English facility is in Ontario, where services aren’t covered by the RAMQ. Continue reading →
A group of residents is also calling on the province’s anti-corruption unit to probe into reports that a city councillor was offered a job last summer if he pulled out of the electoral race. Continue reading →
The brain disorder affects up to one per cent of the population, and people who suffer sudden unexpected death in epilepsy are mostly young men with uncontrolled seizures. Continue reading →