Brittany Greenslade grew up on the West Coast in Vancouver, B.C. She was a national figure skater, who took her first steps on the ice at the age of two.
After completing her BA in economics and sociology at McGill University in Montreal, Greenslade moved back to Vancouver to study broadcast journalism at BCIT. Since entering the field, she has had the opportunity to work across the country. From the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympic Games, to the red carpet for the Toronto International Film Festival. After moving to Kelowna to work as a reporter for Global Okanagan, she decided to trade in the mountains, and ocean for the prairie life in Winnipeg.
In January 2012, she helped to launch the Morning News on Global Winnipeg.
When not on the anchor desk, Greenslade has covered many of Manitoba’s top stories. From devastating floods, tornados, and massive storms, to national coverage of a number of missing, and murdered aboriginal women’s cases, and the opening of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.
Earlier this year, she was recognized by the charity Courageous Companions, MSAR Search and Rescue Association, and Cvet’s Pets for her multiple stories, and work regarding service dogs, Canadian veterans, and PTSD.