German Chancellor Angela Merkel says she’s being criticized by the German media because Canada’s doing better with the COVID-19 vaccine rollout. Continue reading
National Online Journalist, Breaking News
Katie is a born Winnipegger with a passion for storytelling.
She started working with Global News Winnipeg in 2014, as a Writer/Producer for the morning news and then an Online Producer for GlobalNews.ca/Winnipeg. Katie is now working as a National Online Journalist with Global News in Toronto.
She covers beats ranging from breaking news, health, immigration and the environment.
Before working in Winnipeg, Katie lived in Vancouver, where she received her master’s degree in journalism from the University of British Columbia, and worked in documentary films and radio.
Her love for travel has taken her to Nicargua, Bolivia, Argentina and many parts of Europe. She also traveled to Prague to study international reporting.
Katie has a passion for film, news and photography. She is the happiest when camping and hiking with a camera in hand.
Nova Scotia on Monday became the first jurisdiction in North America to implement a policy of presumed consent for organ donation. Continue reading →
Canada is on track to see more than 10,000 coronavirus cases a day by February, federal officials announced Friday. Continue reading →
The WHO team of international researchers that arrived in the central Chinese city of Wuhan on Thursday hopes to find clues to the origin of the COVID-19 pandemic. Continue reading →
U.S. President Donald Trump has been impeached for a second time, but the process to remove him from office could take place after he leaves the White House. Continue reading →
Should governments also ban inter-provincial travel in order to help curb the spread of the coronavirus? Continue reading →
The Canada-U.S. border will remain closed until at least Feb. 21 in an effort to curb rising cases of the novel coronavirus, Justin Trudeau said on Tuesday. Continue reading →
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is set to give an update on Tuesday on Canada’s coronavirus vaccine rollout, amid criticism of a slow start. Continue reading →
U.S. President Donald Trump said he will not be attending Joe Biden’s inauguration on Jan. 20. Continue reading →
WestJet is cutting hundreds of flights and laying off employees in an attempt to stay afloat amid continued coronavirus restrictions. Continue reading →
Trump addressed a crowd of his supporters in Washington on Wednesday, calling on them to ‘fight like hell.’ Continue reading →
Among the efforts celebrated by health experts, Israel has utilized drive-thu vaccinations and repackaged big boxes of COVID-19 vaccines in order to make them more portable. Continue reading →
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he is frustrated to hear that a large number of Canada’s coronavirus vaccines remain sitting in freezers. Continue reading →
Experts argue Canada has had a slow start to its coronavirus vaccine rollout, citing a lack of planning and leadership. Continue reading →
With the first coronavirus vaccines already distributed throughout the country, Canadians are ready to put 2020 behind them. Continue reading →