Jacqueline Wilson began her career with Global Saskatoon as the weekend reporter. After two years, she transitioned to the adventurous live reporter position for the Global News Morning.
Jacqueline has covered national events like the La Loche shooting and the Husky oil spill. Global Saskatoon’s coverage of La Loche won the RTDNA Award for Best Newscast in a medium market.
The early riser now enjoys hosting Global News Morning on weekdays from 6 to 9 a.m. CT. As the anchor, Jacqueline loves informing Saskatonians of what’s going on in the community.
During her free time, you can find Jacqueline golfing, kayaking, and cross-country skiing.
A new report shows the ownership and control of Canada’s Prairie farmland are becoming more concentrated, leading to a 70 per cent drop in young and new farmers within one generation. Continue reading →
Saskatoon Search and Rescue, fire and police rescue dozens left stranded by a blizzard. Now some of those helped are sending their thanks. Continue reading →
A terminally-ill single mother from Saskatoon hopes donations will cover costly immunotherapy treatments to give her priceless time with her young children. Continue reading →
Various farmer’s almanacs have release their winter 2020-21 predictions for the prairies. The consensus is there’s going to be a lot of snow. How cold will it get? That answer differs. Continue reading →
What is unschooling? The child-led education model is growing in popularity, as an alternative homeschooling model during the pandemic. Continue reading →
Foxtails, a grass-like weed, has been injuring dogs across Saskatoon. Continue reading →
One person is dead and two were hospitalized following an overnight house fire in Saskatoon’s Nutana neighbourhood, officials say. Six people were able to escape the home. Continue reading →
Two hobbits have found an unlikely place to settle down in Saskatoon, far from the Shire in Middle-Earth. Hundreds have stopped by to marvel at their home and catch a glimpse of the fantastical creatures. Continue reading →
“These water levels we’re at right now are still very high and they pose a risk to people on the river,” WSA spokesperson Patrick Boyle said Friday. Continue reading →
The Saskatoon Food Bank is asking for donations to prepare for an estimated 25 to 50 per cent increase in demand due to the novel coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading →
VIDO-InterVac said it has isolated the coronavirus in its lab and generated a vaccine that it’s now testing on ferrets. Continue reading →
Travel writers and photographers Arlene and Robin Karpan took the stunning image of the Athabasca Sand Dunes features on a Canada Post stamp. Continue reading →
Christmas gifts donated by Canadian Tire’s from across Saskatchewan delivered by the Canadian Armed Forces to Canoe Lake First Nation. Continue reading →
Irving Roth, 90, survived two concentration camps and has dedicated his life to educating people about the horrors of the Holocaust and the evils of racism. Continue reading →
Canadian journalist Rex Murphy talks about western alienation and national politics during a visit to Saskatoon. Continue reading →