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Senior Web Producer
A self-professed news and political junkie, David is combining his other passion in life – technology – as the Senior Web Producer for Saskatoon.
He first joined Global Ontario (now Toronto) in 1988, doing everything from running cable and getting coffee to operating cameras for the newscasts.
David headed west in 1990 and left the industry for a brief period of time before the lure of television beckoned again.
In 2000, he joined Global Regina before heading to Saskatoon in December of that year to become the audio operator at the station.
That role expanded when he joined the rotation to direct news on weekends, eventually turning into a permanent producing/directing assignment when the Evening News expanded to weekends.
When the opportunity arose to become the station’s first web producer in 2010, David jumped at the chance.
Whether it is the latest breaking news or a human interest piece, David brings passion to each and every story.
When not at work, David likes to spend time with his partner Shirley and his two children, along with Shirley’s children and grandchildren. He still has a passion for his hometown Montreal Canadiens and bleeds green and white for the Riders.
The mayors of Saskatchewan’s two largest cities are going to battle to raise COVID-19 vaccination rates, with the loser lip-syncing to a song of the winner’s choice.
Saskatchewan Agriculture said heavy localized rainfall in the past week resulted in flooding in some regions of the province.
The COVID-19 pandemic changed fundraising methods for charities and organizations after public health measures limited, or forced the cancellation of established fundraisers.
Bernie Herman is charged with first-degree murder in the death of Braden Herman in Prince Albert, Sask.
Saskatchewan residents 14 days past their second COVID-19 vaccination and asymptomatic will no longer have to self-isolate if named a close contact of a COVID-19-positive person.
A worker was injured on Dec. 19, 2018, when they were caught in a chain drive while cleaning a conveyer belt at Aallcann Wood Suppliers Inc.
A new fare payment system was launched by Saskatoon Transit on Tuesday, allowing riders to purchase mobile fares using one of two apps.
An inquest into the death of Steven Rigby, who was killed on Dec. 22, 2018, in a confrontation with Saskatoon police, will take place in June 2021.
Laura Ross, Saskatchewan’s minister of parks, culture and sport, said the unique offerings will take the ‘visitor experience to the next level.’
Regina police say that a two-year-old girl who was seriously injured in a fall has died in hospital.
Justice Richard Danyliuk said a number of factors weighed in his decision not to disqualify Darren Hill from Saskatoon city council.
Organizers of the annual Saskatoon event said the Saskatchewan Jazz Festival will run from Aug. 7 to Aug. 15.
Justice Ron Mills said it was clear Blake Schreiner caused Tammy Brown’s death in finding him guilty of second-degree murder in her death.
Saskatchewan Agriculture said 99 per cent of the 2021 crop is now in the ground, however, topsoil conditions continue to deteriorate.