Joe joined the Global Winnipeg team in April of 2018 as a reporter, filing stories for television, radio and online.
Before moving to Manitoba, Joe reported at Global Lethbridge, and CHEX TV Durham (now Global Durham).
One of his career highlights was reporting live while a devastating wildfire made its way through Waterton Lakes National Park in southern Alberta. Joe was part of the coverage that won Global News a national RTDNA award for best newscast.
Joe grew up in Vaughan, Ontario and is a graduate of the College of Sports Media in Toronto. He enjoys visiting family and friends back home whenever he can.
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Winnipeg’s transit workers have voted against the latest contract offer from the city. Continue reading →
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The estimated 100 people at the town meeting in Gillam, Man., questioned police and requested counselling. Continue reading →
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A woman is dead after a motorcycle crash late Wednesday night shut down a major commuter road into Thursday morning. Continue reading →
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