Calgary police were at the scene of a shooting Friday night in the northwest that sent a man to hospital in potentially life threatening condition. Continue reading
Joel Senick co-anchors Global News Hour at 6 with Linda Olsen and Global News at Noon with Bindu Suri.
Senick studied journalism at Boston University, where he found his passion for hard news. He started his journalism career with Global News, taking his first job in his hometown at Global Saskatoon, where he worked as a reporter and anchor for more than four years before heading west.
Since joining the Global Calgary family, Senick has brought his strong journalism skill set to dozens of stories, most notably the month-long 2019 Alberta election campaign, where he reported from UCP headquarters on election night and hosted a series of panel interviews on Global News Morning Weekend.
Senick also made waves with several stories and live reporting from Global Calgary’s award-winning coverage of the Kenow wildfire in Waterton Lakes National Park, and his extensive coverage of Calgary Votes 2026 – the city’s plebiscite vote on whether to host another Olympic Games.
When Senick isn’t sitting on the anchor desk or reporting on the issues that matter to Calgarians, he’s an active member of his community, particularly in youth sports. Senick, who’s been an advocate for youth sports and a coach for seven years, currently coaches of the junior development group of athletes at CalTaf Athletics in Calgary.
Calgary police officers received two calls of gun shots being fired in the community of Beddington Heights on Wednesday night. Continue reading →
Calgary police respond to a fatal shooting in the northwest on Thursday night. Continue reading →
The crash happened just before midnight in the community of McKenzie Lake. Continue reading →
An 18-year-old Calgary man was taken into custody Friday and faces a murder charge in connection with the fatal stabbing a case worker in South Calgary. Continue reading →
Crews are investigating what may have caused the fire, which started around 9 p.m Friday night. Continue reading →
Police responded to a train derailment in southeast Calgary on Thursday night that shut off traffic routes in the area. Continue reading →
Former UCP leadership candidate Jeff Callaway filed a judicial review application recently against an election commissions decision. Continue reading →
A new facility in rural Tanzania now allows women experiencing complications during birth to undergo C-sections. Continue reading →
A political scientist believes the vote on the new Calgary event centre shows who may have aspirations to be the city’s mayor in the future. Continue reading →
Calgary police are investigating disturbing allegations of animal abuse in the city’s southeast. Continue reading →
Nomi Whalen, 87, passed away on July 11, 2019. Continue reading →
Those who run a campground about 25 kilometres north of Cochrane are cleaning up after flooding in the area. Continue reading →
A crack in a bridge connecting East Village to St. Patrick’s Island was found last August and is set to be repaired roughly a year later. Continue reading →
A Canadian water safety report states that 27 per cent of drowning victims in Alberta from 2012-2016 were between the ages of 20 and 34. Continue reading →