Joel Senick is a reporter and weekend co-anchor of Global News Morning.
He comes to Calgary from his hometown of Saskatoon, Sask., where he worked at Global for four years.
Joel got his start in journalism after attending Boston University.
He covered numerous local stories while working in Saskatchewan, including a suicide crisis in the northern part of the province and an oil spill that affected numerous communities.
Joel is excited to call Calgary home and is looking forward to exploring all that the city and region has to offer.
When he’s not at work, Joel enjoys travelling, reading and coaching youth sports.
WATCH: Joel answers a few questions for Global Calgary viewers, including: what’s the best part of your job, what inspires you and what’s something we don’t know about you?
One person is dead after a helicopter crash that happened on the shoreline of a river on Highway 552 southeast of Calgary Sunday evening, according to RCMP. Continue reading →
An official with The Mustard Seed says the group handed out 4,000 bottles of water last year to the people they serve. Continue reading →
A Nollywood film director hopes to create a Calgary-based hit in an industry that many Albertans know little about. Continue reading →
An Okotoks-area man who recently had criminal charges against him withdrawn says issues surrounding rural crime go further than his case. Continue reading →
Alberta legislation surrounding gay-straight alliances is facing its first court challenge. Continue reading →
One person is dead after a two-alarm house fire broke out in Calgary’s Tuxedo Park neighbourhood on Saturday night. Continue reading →
A Calgary real estate market analyst believes “the worst is behind us” when it comes to the office market. Continue reading →
The Calgary Stampede will host a special ‘Community Day’ celebration on July 10 that focuses on community spirit during its ten-day event. Continue reading →
A Canadian outdoors group is stressing the importance of helmets after a falling tree injured climbers at Lake Louise. Continue reading →
A Calgary newcomer recently won an artistic award and hopes it helps launch a unique fashion line. Continue reading →
Police say a man in his 40’s was found in “medical distress” Saturday morning and later died. Continue reading →
A group of sexual abuse survivors are speaking out in hopes of making sport a safe environment for all. Continue reading →
A service dog advocate is warning that some people are passing off their dogs as service animals when they aren’t. Continue reading →
‘Famous Puppet Death Scenes’ will be performed at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe by Calgary’s Old Trout Puppet Workshop. Continue reading →
Calgary Economic Development released ‘Canada: We Need to Talk’ in an effort to educate the public, according to the group’s CEO. Continue reading →