Jamie Mauracher is an award-winning journalist with a decade of experience of national and international reporting.
Jamie is a graduate of Ryerson University’s Journalism program.
Thriving on the rush of live television, she has covered major live events such as the devastating fires in Fort McMurray.
She also has a keen interest in investigative journalism. While in Calgary, Jamie revealed alleged corruption and misconduct within the local police service and uncovered exclusive details in the city’s most horrific crimes.
Jamie most recently worked as an anchor and reporter for CTV News in Toronto.
When she’s not giving viewers their daily dose of news, Jamie loves to keep tabs on her community through social media.
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“I rushed downstairs to see my son hogtied by his legs and blood all over his face, getting thrown into a cruiser.” Continue reading →
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It’s a controversial ritual with a gruesome history, but Canadian members of the Satanic Temple say ‘black mass’ isn’t anything to be afraid of. Continue reading →
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The parent company behind Roxodus is now changing its tune when it comes to why the four-day rock concert was cancelled, blaming one of the former organizers and a loss of “millions” as the real reason. But Mike Dunphy says poor ticket sales are to blame. Continue reading →
In a statement to Global News, Saturday, Fab Loranger blames his former partner, Mike Dunphy and a loss of ‘millions’ as the real reason next weeks concert is no more. Continue reading →
Mike Dunphy, former employee of MF Live, organizer of the Roxodus festival: “I have not stolen monies as widely rumoured on social media.” Continue reading →
“The whole thing was a bit excessive,” Sanderson says explaining the security guards started grabbing at Tobias, placing her in handcuffs. Continue reading →
“It wasn’t clear to me who I would ask for help if they weren’t there because we didn’t see any parade officials or none that were clearly visible as parade officials.” Continue reading →
Global News has learned from multiple sources that a baby suffered a medical episode during the event and that due to the large number of people, it was difficult for emergency services to get to them. Continue reading →
The incident, caught on video Tuesday by members of the ‘Swift Current Singers’, appears to show three men approaching a drumming circle the group said was taking place in David Crombie Park on the Esplanade. Continue reading →
Hours after this Global News story was published, an update was posted on the IASF Facebook page saying “a mistake was made in the application of its tie-break rules and procedures.” Continue reading →
Aleksandra Kozhenvnnikova, 91, was returning home after running errands on April 23, 2018 when she was suddenly struck by a van that careened down a massive stretch of Yonge Street. Continue reading →
The City of Toronto raided Dallas Buyers Club on Eglinton Avenue West on Monday and the Green Apple dispensary on Milvan Drive on Tuesday. Continue reading →
Protesters said they take issue with the fact the pricey dinners are being held about a kilometre from where the city of Toronto recently dismantled a “tent city.” Continue reading →