Some feel the move to allow children and teachers to gather in classrooms again is still too early as coronavirus cases continue to skyrocket in the province. Continue reading
Brittany Henriques is a passionate television reporter and digital journalist at Global News Montreal.
Born and raised in the city, she attended Concordia University where she obtained a bachelor’s degree in journalism with a minor in human rights.
Before starting at Global, she worked as a radio host for 94.7 Hits FM radio station and as a columnist for MAtv’s My Curious City.
During the course of her studies, she also had the opportunity to work as the assistant life editor at The Concordian and give a conference to journalism students on her accomplishments and internship experience at Global.
A deep thinker and lover of art in its strangest forms, Brittany spends her time drinking large amounts of coffee, admiring dogs and hugging trees.
Deeply inspired by Humans of New York, her dream is to one day become a travel-visual journalist, giving a voice to those who are silenced.
New Year’s Eve is looking a different this year with parties strictly off-limits. But experts say despite the lack of gathering alcohol consumption is not expected to go down. Continue reading →
Shortly before midnight, 80-year-old Jean-Marie Girard got the call — someone had stolen boxes of goods meant for families in-need. Continue reading →
At Multi-Recyclage, an outdoor dumping ground for material waste, fire started after wood meant to be composted overheated, according to the Laval fire department. Continue reading →
According to Montreal police spokesperson Caroline Chèvrefils, the victim was conscious when authorities arrive on site in Montreal’s Villeray–Saint-Michel–Parc-Extension borough. Continue reading →
The Quebec government released its new alarming COVID-19 data on Sunday after quebecers were asked not to gather for Christmas festivities. Continue reading →
Quebec Public Health indicated on its website no new data will available to the public from Dec. 25 to Dec. 28 and Jan. 1 to Jan. 3. Continue reading →
Authorities said there is no fear for the man’s life as of Saturday afternoon. Continue reading →
With over 100 seniors to feed, dozens of volunteers worked all day on Thursday to prepare four-course meals to make this pandemic style Christmas memorable. Continue reading →
Montreal’s Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie elected official Christine Gosselin announced on Facebook she will be leaving Projet Montreal. Continue reading →
On Thursday a group of Montreal firefighters gathered at the Resilience Montreal day shelter to prepare holiday meals for the city’s most vulnerable. Continue reading →
Montrealers gathered near city hall on Saturday demanding action be taken against the decline of French in the Greater Montreal area. Continue reading →
The spirit of giving is coming a little earlier this year as volunteers gather at Place Émilie-Gamelin in Montreal on Sunday to distribute food to the homeless. Continue reading →
This week, Longueuil announced it would kill 17 deer because the overpopulation is damaging the park’s biodiversity. Continue reading →
A group of demonstrators gathered in downtown Montreal on Saturday to protest the imprisonment of nine Egyptian women for posting TikTok videos online that go ‘against family morals.’ Continue reading →