Winnipeg’s housing market continues to sizzle with another month of increased sales. Transactions in both January and February were up from the same period in 2018.
Heather Steele first got the journalism bug as a teenager, while visiting her family overseas in Scotland, and wanting to follow in the footsteps of her cousin, a Glasgow newspaper editor.
She began her journalism career in 2005 in her home city of Winnipeg, working as a current affairs researcher and freelancer for local stations before accepting her first TV reporter gig in Brandon, Manitoba at the former CKX News. She then moved home to join a local morning show where she wore a variety of hats, including reporter, weather anchor and morning show host.
Steele became a member of the Global Winnipeg News team in 2009, as a nightwatch reporter. She delivered headline stories ranging from crime to community, and extensively covered the 2011 Manitoba Flood, several elections and high profile murder trials.
In 2010, Steele accepted the anchor position for the most-watched late-night newscast, eventually transitioning to evening news anchor for Global News at 6.
She brought her love of news and current events to the radio side of the company in the summer of 2019 when she joined 680 CJOB as Executive Producer of the station.
Outside of work she and her husband keep busy running after their small daughters as well as a large St. Bernard.
RCMP say a body was recovered from the Winnipeg River around 2:30pm Wednesday by volunteer divers.
The Canadian Armed Forces is accepting responsibility for its role in the death of Corporal Nolan Caribou, a Manitoba-based soldier who took his own life Nov. 18, 2017.
Winnipeg Police Chief Danny Smyth reflects on meth, guns, and some of the highest profile cases as he looks back on 2018.
Federal Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer sat down with Global’s Heather Steele during his visit to Winnipeg Monday, where they discussed public safety, the dairy industry’s supply management system, carbon tax and more.
Premier Brian Pallister has travelled back to New Mexico to thank first responders who came to his rescue after a serious fall last year.
Several people were taken to hospital Friday afternoon after a single-vehicle rollover that happened east of Winnipeg on Dawson Road South.
While the union representing security guards at Winnipeg’s HSC says a legal opinion supports its concerns over workers rights and authority, the WRHA and Health Minister disagree.
Manitoba Building Trades spoke out Tuesday against Bill 28, saying it will mean fewer union jobs for Manitoba construction projects.
Winnipeg Police released images of two suspects Wednesday they believe are involved in a case where a man was dragged by a stolen car on Sept. 7.
The first of five Rapid Access to Addictions Medicine clinics is open at Winnipeg’s Crisis Response Centre.
Winnipeg Police displayed a haul of guns, ammunition, drugs and body armor Tuesday, obtained from a bust at a home in Seven Oaks.
Family and friends gathered Tuesday afternoon for the funeral of 15-year-old Ben Harris who was killed Friday night by a driver of a stolen truck.
Hundreds of thousands took in the world’s largest and longest running multicultural festival in Winnipeg.
Volunteers gathered at the Jumpstart playground site in River Heights Thursday to work on the accessible play structure set to open in the fall.