For city folk in Montreal with little or no green space, parks became a lifeline during the height of the COVID pandemic: a place to exercise and socialize safely.
Gloria started her journalism career in Central America before moving to Canada in 2009 to study.
She holds a degree in Journalism from the University of King’s College and a Business Law degree.
Before hitting the text books, she worked as a writer and editor of magazines for Diario La Tribuna.
She got her first TV journalism job at Global Montreal in 2010 where she worked as a researcher, reporter and field-producer.
Her most memorable stories include filing for Global National from an inflatable raft during historic floods in Saint-Jean sur-Richelieu valley, and chasing after Alouettes’ football players the morning of the Grey Cup parade.
After working behind the scenes of Global Montreal’s Morning News, Gloria now is a reporter/web producer.
Gloria enjoys travelling. While in Canada she’s lived in Toronto, Halifax and Montreal.
She spent a year in Lyon, France and grew up along the warm shores of Honduras.
She credits constantly changing zip codes to her love for languages: she speaks fluent English, French and Spanish.
The Formula E race that might have cost former Montreal mayor Denis Coderre his job, is now costing tax payers in demerged municipalities a pretty penny.
Officials say it is still safe to use water to wash your hands, dishes, clothes and to shower or bathe.
Last May, when outlining the province’s reopening plan, health officials had set the end of August as a potential date when people could stop wearing masks indoors.
People driving towards the northern part of Vaudreuil won’t have to make substantial detours anymore: the Des Chenaux overpass has reopened, two months ahead of schedule.
The city of Dorval, Que., wants to remind drivers to slow down and has launched a new lawn sign campaign for residents to participate in.
The resident, a mother of five children is still shaken after she says she and four of her children narrowly escaped death Tuesday night.
The NDP is urging the federal government to find a different site for a proposed mask-making factory that would be built on green space they say needs to be protected.
When residents of Chartwell’s Manoir Kirkland and Le Wellesley Pointe-Claire were presented with the opportunity to participate in a walkathon to raise funds, they jumped at it.
False theories are sometimes responsible for people’s hesitancy in getting the shot. Global News spoke to an expert about some of them.
Some of the reasons for their reluctance include a lack of knowledge on how vaccines work. Read about how COVID-19 vaccines work.
Dollard-Des-Ormeaux native Jessica Rosval has been named female chef of the year in the Guida Dell’Espresso — a guide to the best restaurants in Italy.
Quebecers have been able to advance their second dose appointments since June 8th, depending on their age. But there have been several issues since.
Montrealers of different cultural and religious backgrounds gathered in Park-Extension to honour the lives of the family who was killed in a vehicle attack in London, Ontario.
Some of the highlights include six new parks spanning nine hectares in total as well as creating access to the water with a promenade along the Saint-Lawrence river.