Felicia’s journey towards the world of news started in high school when she decided to take a journalism class as an elective.
That’s when she realized she had a passion for storytelling.
She received a BA specialization in English Literature at Concordia University, and then went on to complete a Graduate Diploma in Journalism.
During her time at Concordia, she wrote for The Concordian.
She then completed internships at CBC Montreal and TSN 690.
Shortly after graduating, Felicia came to Global Montreal as an intern, and has been reporting ever since.
She has recently taken up a new role at Global News: the first-ever iPhone reporter.
On her time off, she enjoys eating good food, spending time with her big Italian family, and talking — of course.
Stores across the West Island are selling out of crampons and road salt. Continue reading →
A preliminary hearing for the Kirkland shooting suspect has been scheduled for the end of March. Continue reading →
About 20 vehicles were involved in an accident on Highway 15 south near Saint-Jacques-le-Mineur. Continue reading →
City officials are keeping their eyes on the weather, and say that teams have been dispatched to spread abrasives in order to ensure the safety of residents. Continue reading →
Though no men showed up for dance tryouts Saturday, the Montreal Alouettes cheerleaders have high hopes they’ll see male dancers audition next year. Continue reading →
There has been a boost in membership for the Dollard-des-Ormeaux speed skating club since Global News first visited them in November. Continue reading →
Vanier College students walked out of class on Wednesday morning to protest unpaid internships. Continue reading →
One Montreal resident has come up with a clever and unique solution to remove the snow around his condo building. Continue reading →
LaSalle residents are up in arms because of lack of snow removal in their area. Continue reading →
Montrealers are reacting to the violent protests in Haiti. Continue reading →
Lachine hosted an outdoor hockey tournament to boost business for local shops and to raise funds for a new pediatric centre. Continue reading →
Residents are being urged to call 311 to inform the city of any big potholes in their area. Continue reading →
Despite long opposition, Outremont is allowing the building of a new synagogue. Continue reading →
West Island mayors and residents hope that parking lots will be available at local REM stations. Continue reading →
The Montreal Alouettes kick off their 2019 Ultimate Football Tour at Academy Sainte-Anne. Continue reading →