A Quebecer is facing charges of wire and mail fraud in the United States. Continue reading
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.
The English Parents’ Committee Association is worried that English-speaking children won’t benefit from Quebec’s tutoring plan. Continue reading →
Quebec businesses say more help is needed after Premier François Legault touted a study that shows that 11 per cent of businesses are at risk of closing. Continue reading →
A team of researchers with the Montreal Heart Institute believe they have found the first oral medication to help treat COVID-19. Continue reading →
Quebec opposition leaders and some parents are calling on the government to make children’s clothing essential. Continue reading →
Many are still calling on the province to give a curfew exception for the homeless population. Continue reading →
Rapid tests will be deployed to two Montreal high schools as part of a pilot project to study how effective they are in curbing the spread of COVID-19 in schools. Continue reading →
As Quebec high schools reopen, more families have decided to homeschool instead of sending their children back. Continue reading →
A Montreal restaurant is making headlines and grabbing attention for its funny and brutally honest menu. Continue reading →
After Quebec’s food and agriculture ministry asked, SkipTheDishes has agreed to lower its commission fees to 15 per cent. Continue reading →
“The recent COVID positive residents have all received their first dose of the COVID vaccine and were infected within the first 28 days after their first dose.” Continue reading →
Deli Boyz is the lead plaintiff in the case that is targeting food delivery companies that operate smartphone applications, including Uber Eats, DoorDash and SkipTheDishes. Continue reading →
The city of Montreal wants the provincial government to limit the amount of fees that delivery apps can charge restaurants, amid the pandemic. Continue reading →
Homeless advocates are calling on the province to grant the homeless population amnesty when it comes to the province’s curfew, which comes into effect on Saturday. Continue reading →
As Montreal homeless shelters continue to struggle to provide services amid a COVID-19 outbreak, they fear another lockdown will only worsen the situation. Continue reading →