Long-term care home residents have been COVID-free since April 1, according the to the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority (WRHA). Continue reading
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.
While current COVID-19 public health orders in Manitoba allow people to visit within their bubbles, experts warn Easter is not a time to forget personal safety measures. Continue reading →
Manitoba pharmacists are ready and willing to give out more COVID-19 vaccines, but they can’t until the province says so. Continue reading →
Winnipeg police are investigating after a body was found near the transit station at Osborne Street and Corydon Avenue Tuesday morning. Continue reading →
Edward said he has never heard of the suspect before his arrest, and he wasn’t aware of any issues his father was having with anyone at work. Continue reading →
Among other decisions, The Manitoba government decided to not loosen restrictions on indoor dining in restaurants, although it was being contemplated. Continue reading →
On Tuesday, meanwhile, Premier Brian Pallister announced $8 million in new funding for COVID-19 relief for Manitoba tourism and hospitality sector. Continue reading →
Dr. Anand Kumar, an infectious disease expert and critical care specialist, said he’s seeing red flags in Manitoba’s COVID-19 data. Continue reading →
Manitoba pharmacists and physicians are already seeing high demand for a limited supply of coronavirus vaccines that they haven’t even received yet. Continue reading →
A Winnipeg restaurant owner says he has no plans to close his doors as Manitoba’s coronavirus restrictions extend into a second year. Continue reading →
The latest death associated with COVID-19 is a woman in her 20s from the Winnipeg health region, bringing Manitoba’s total number of deaths during the pandemic thus far to 905. Continue reading →
Starting Friday, Manitoba’s new public health orders allow indoor religious services to operate at 25 per cent capacity, or 100 people, whichever is lower. Continue reading →
Dozens of parents from several school divisions are calling on the province to either lift restrictions or show evidence as to why wind instruments can’t be played in schools. Continue reading →
Dan LeMay, from Grunthal, Man., was last heard from Sunday night while out on a snowmobile ride in Whiteshell Provincial Park. Continue reading →
Bill C-21 includes a section to “ensure mid-velocity ‘replica’ firearms are prohibited”. Continue reading →