Brayden Jagger Haines is a Photojournalist.
He is a Concordia University alumni graduating with a Masters in audio-visual journalism with a minor in law and society.
Reporting on politics, law, sports and current affairs the young south shore native strives to tell stories across the greater Montreal area.
He is lighthearted and considers himself quite the witty joker with a deep-seated drive on reporting the stories that people need to hear, no matter how big or small.
Keeping up to date on current events is not a chore for Brayden, it is an addiction.
He always wants to be in the loop and never hesitates to try new, exciting and thrill-seeking experiences.
Brayden started his internship with Global News Montreal in January 2018.
His first televised story was McGill University courts international graduate students affected by U.S. travel ban.
Hundreds of amateur gamers and eSports enthusiasts partook in the Red Bull Player One tournament. Continue reading →
The Michaels family held its fourth annual lemonade stand fundraiser, with proceeds going towards the neonatal intensive care unit at the Montreal Children’s Hospital. Continue reading →
Montreal’s Inclusive Workplace Strategy hopes to help pair immigrants with members of the local business community to improve employment success. Continue reading →
A bike path pilot project along Verdun Street may end up in the courts as merchants are angry over the loss of 275 parking spots. Continue reading →
Notre-Dame-de-Grâce park turned into a battleground Saturday, for the fifth edition of the Sword Play Outdoor Tournament. Continue reading →
Lien Quan, 91, and her family claim she was refused services at St. Mary’s hospital because she did not speak English. Continue reading →
Montreal police will be cracking down on motorist who park legally in designated parking spots. Continue reading →
A survey of 8,500 orderly workers calls working conditions unlivable and has many calling for government action to improve the situation. Continue reading →
Death defying aerobatic displays dazzle the crowd with the 25 year return of the Saint Hubert Air Show Continue reading →
Four schools, including Beurling Academy, Lakeside Academy, Lindsay Place High School and St. Thomas High School, are currently under review with the school board. Continue reading →
Parents vote overwhelmingly in favour of cohabitation between English and french schools to save EMSB Schools . Continue reading →
Over 40 model trains were on display to help raise funds for the Sun Youth Organization. Continue reading →
A growing mountain of sandbags stands in front of the borough hall as flood cleanup begins Continue reading →
Gruenwald claims the he and other municipalities affected by the historic 2019 flooding are not getting the same funding for housing flood victims as they did in 2017. Continue reading →
A star-studded lineup of Montreal media personalities dawning black and white jerseys hit the pitch Thursday afternoon for a friendly soccer scrimmage for a good cuase. Continue reading →