Starting Monday, Montrealers might want to start bringing their own reusable shopping bags to stores as the city’s ban on single-use plastic bags kicks in. Continue reading
Howard has a broad range of experience in media, law and business, having worked at CNN, CBS News, The Economist and the UN.
He’s been named an Under 30 Global Shaper by the World Economic Forum and is currently a graduate student at Harvard.
He received his law degree from McGill University in Montreal and his work has taken him to the White House, the Supreme Court of the United States and the UN General Assembly.
At Global News, Howard has covered a number of political and international stories, including Justin Trudeau’s rise to power during the 2015 federal election, the Egyptian trial of Canadian journalist Mohamed Fahmy, the arrival of Syrian refugees to Canada and the annual Rogers Cup Tennis Championship.
He is a certified tennis coach, has break danced in over 5=five countries and founded MBLA Cares – an entity that raises funds for cancer research.
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Canada’s Minister of Foreign Affairs calls out the Venezuelan regime for “robbing” its people of “democratic and human rights.” Continue reading →
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To prevent slipping and sliding, Montreal crews are hitting the streets with plenty of sand and salt. Continue reading →
It’s Valérie Plante’s first holiday season as mayor of Montreal and she says, ‘Tis the season to give back.’ Continue reading →
A municipal snow dump is wreaking havoc for at least three Montreal families, who say their properties are being damaged from flying debris. Continue reading →
Convicted killer Karla Hamolka has allegedly been volunteering at her child’s school in NDG. Continue reading →
The new code of ethics provides for tougher sanctions, but critics say it doesn’t go far enough. Continue reading →
RAPLIQ, a disability rights advocacy group, has been authorized to represent all handicapped people in Quebec in a class-action lawsuit. Continue reading →
A Montrealer is happy to be alive after a rock was thrown at his car while he was driving on the highway. Continue reading →
They wonder whether their homes will be expropriated. Continue reading →
About 20 to 30 Montrealers have complained of allergies every single day so far this month. Continue reading →
Montrealers celebrate the 60th anniversary of iconic St-Viateur Bagel Shop, by raising funds for the Foundation of Stars. Continue reading →