Callum Smith joined Global News in the summer of 2018. He grew up in Lunenburg County, but relocated to Dartmouth, where he graduated from NSCC’s Broadcast Journalism program.
Callum got his start in media by producing and reporting for SportsandMoore, where he covered the Halifax Mooseheads and some major midget and minor hockey in the city.
Throughout schooling, he interned with Global Halifax on two separate occasions.
When Callum is not on the job, he enjoys golfing, photography and spending time with family and friends
The Francophonie Games, or Jeux de la Francophonie, are projected to cost $130 million. The original bid was placed for $17 million in 2015. Continue reading →
New Brunswick’s bid for the 2021 event may be in question, as the cost is now seven times the original estimate. Continue reading →
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A labour shortage report released by the Canadian Federation of Independent Business Tuesday indicates there are 6,300 unfilled jobs, with a vacancy rate of 2.7 per cent — the fourth-highest rating among the 10 provinces in Canada. Continue reading →
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A five-year-old boy from a New Brunswick community outside Moncton is back home in recovery mode after he was struck while boarding a school bus. Continue reading →
A weekend venture downtown for Taylor Woods and a friend turned into a scary experience as she began to drift in and out of consciousness. Continue reading →
An assistant political science professor at Mount Allison University in Sackville, N.B., says that to avoid controversy, councillors should’ve waited to implement the salary increases. Continue reading →
Following a number of temporary closures earlier this month as a result of supply shortages, Cannabis NB says they haven’t had to close any stores in the past two weeks, and they’re hoping to increase supply. Continue reading →
Serge Rémi Parent wanted to help those in need, so he opened his Saint-Antoine, N.B., garage as a shelter for three people who had nowhere to live but in tents. Continue reading →
Kevin Fraser, who is a contractor himself, admits the sand simply isn’t able to break down the snow and ice, creating for slippery conditions. Continue reading →
Municipalities in Greater Moncton are reviewing plastic bag usage – but they’re looking for your help. Continue reading →
At Moncton council’s Monday meeting, Paul Pellerin brought forward a resolution asking for the money to come from the city’s emergency funds. There was unanimous council support for the idea. Continue reading →
Police say the boy was struck by a vehicle while he was trying to board the bus on Communication Road in Irishtown before 8 a.m. Tuesday. Continue reading →
Police say they received a number of calls at around 4:30 p.m., AT, on Saturday about several loud explosions. Continue reading →