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Brayden Jagger Haines
Brayden Jagger Haines is a Photojournalist.
He is a Concordia University alumni graduating 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.
The dog park off Denise-Lemaistre street has been temporarily closed as a judge has granted a group of residents a court injunction. Continue reading →
A total of 30 crimes targeting the Asian community were recorded in 2020 between the months of March and December. Continue reading →
The Service de Police de la Ville de Montréal will have a command post at the corner of LaSalle Boulevard and Hickson Street on Tuesday at 9 a.m. Continue reading →
The motion aims to exclude and remove Montreal from the current provincial hunting map. Continue reading →
Crews have started the preliminary restoration work on the conservatory building in Westmount, Que., which has been closed for six years. Continue reading →
The English Montreal School board is forecasting a record $15-million deficit for the current school year. Continue reading →
Montreal city council has approved plans to build a 25-storey office building atop The Bay store in downtown Montreal. Continue reading →
The fate of the Longueuil deer population in Michel-Chartrand park is up in the air after the long-awaited relocation plan was rejected. Continue reading →
A significant seating area frequently used by homeless people in the Bonaventure metro station has been covered by plywood, making it inaccessible. Continue reading →
Eye-catching photos of the grey and white barred owl in Point Claire’s Terra-Cotta Natural Park have gained notoriety on social media, Continue reading →
The woman was pronounced dead at the scene, according to Montreal police. Continue reading →
A number of schools in the Montreal region have closed due to inclement weather Tuesday morning. Continue reading →
Not one deer in Longueuil’s Michel-Chartrand Park has been relocated since the city announced five months ago that it would be moving at least 15 deer from the public green space. Continue reading →
More than 150 visitors are expected to venture into the West Island park on its second opening day since being forced to close in October amid surging COVID-19 case counts. Continue reading →