Jessica is a National Online Journalist with GlobalNews.ca.
Jessica has been a journalist since the age of 15, when she talked the editors of a local paper into giving her a monthly column. Since then, her work has been seen in outlets like TechVibes, MobileSyrup, the Financial Post and CBC Radio, among others. In 2017, she graduated from the Ryerson School of Journalism, where she specialized in multimedia journalism.
She’s worked in a wide variety of digital mediums and most recently spearheaded the Business section for Canada’s largest technology news site, MobileSyrup.com. During her time there, she wrote often about Canada’s innovation policy, the changing face of Canadian transportation through ride sharing and autonomous cars, and the relationship between digital streaming and Canadian content.
She’s interested in technology, entrepreneurship, politics, and the different forces at work in the market today.
The Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) announced Sunday that it will begin rotating strikes on Monday morning at 12:01 a.m. in Victoria, Edmonton and Windsor, and at 1:01 a.m. in Halifax. Continue reading →
Six people were injured Sunday in a shooting that took place five blocks away from TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville, Florida. Continue reading →
Could there ever be more than one internet? Experts argue that, due to rising political tensions, we could be on that path. Continue reading →
The bill is called the Terrorist Activities Sanctions Act, which will strip returning ISIS fighters of Ontario driver’s licences, hunting and fishing licences, access to OHIP, and several other benefits. Continue reading →
According to previous reporting by Global News, Jack Letts, who is a Muslim convert, traveled to Syria in 2014, where he eventually earned the nickname Jihadi Jack in the British press. Continue reading →
German daily Bild and other local media reported that two adults and a child were killed after being hit by the plane and that eight people were injured. Continue reading →
As most experts predict that Clause 32, will make it much more challenging for Canada to engage in trade talks with China, one study states that this is precisely what Canadian regulators need to do. Continue reading →
A new UN report on climate change tasks Canada with reducing its carbon emissions by almost half in 12 years in order to prevent environmental catastrophe. According to many scientists, the country is being asked to do the impossible. Continue reading →
The machine learning mechanism will be looking for signs of harassment in photos, such as attacks on a person’s appearance or character, or threats to their well-being. Continue reading →
The findings state that in total, 76 per cent of western Canadians polled fell that there is a “unique western Canadian identity,” a percentage that hasn’t changed since a sample of western Canadians were asked the same question over 17 year ago. Continue reading →
Local officials said a limo speeding down a hill crashed into bystanders on Saturday at the Apple Barrel Country Store in Schoharie, which is about 270 kilometres north of New York City. Continue reading →
Joel Kaplan has been friends with Kavanaugh for decades and worked with him during the George W. Bush administration. Continue reading →
“It was the No. 1 obstacle to actually calling ourselves an independent country in our entire legal framework, ever since we repatriated the Constitution. It’s as simple as that,” one expert said. Continue reading →
“There is a common perception that cannabis users feel that they drive better when under the influence of the drug,” experts said. Continue reading →
Experts agree that Clause 32 is a proactive attempt to subvert any blossoming trade relationships between Canada and China. Continue reading →