Germany and multiple other European countries are being hit hard by some of the worst flooding in decades, as record-setting rainfalls bring extremely high water levels.
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 Nicaragua, 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.
For the first time, the Amazon rainforest is releasing more carbon dioxide than it can absorb due to deforestation and climate change, a new study confirmed.
COVID-19 infection rates in the United States have more than doubled in the past two weeks as the Delta variant spreads. This may have consequences for Canadians, experts say.
As COVID-19 restrictions start slowly lifting across the world, some countries are telling people they need to learn to live with the virus — as it’s not going anywhere.
The assassination of the Haitian president plunged the country into upheaval Wednesday — a nation already struggling with violence and political instability.
A Saskatchewan First Nation made history Tuesday after Prime Minister Trudeau and Premier Scott Moe signed an agreement that will grant autonomy over its child welfare.
Nearly two weeks after a deadly condo collapsed in Florida, the remains of a Canadian has been found among the rubble, according to Global Affairs Canada (GAC).
Canadians and permanent residents who are fully vaccinated are now able to enter the country without having to quarantine — provided they have proof of inoculation.
As a dangerous heat wave continues to scorch western Canada, climate scientists are concerned about how much more frequently we could endure extreme weather events like this.
More than 150 people, possibly including four Canadians, are still unaccounted for after a 12-storey condominium building in the Miami area partially caved in last week.
The reality for a typical young person is they have to go to school longer, land jobs that pay thousands of dollars less and face skyrocketing housing costs, one expert said.
Hospitalizations and COVID-19 cases continue to decline, but the highly contagious Delta variant stands a chance of unravelling some of the progress Canada has made.
Residential school survivors are speaking out after an estimated 751 unmarked graves were found at the former Marieval Indian Residential School in Saskatchewan.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Tuesday said the next phases of reopening the Canadian-U.S. border could come within weeks rather than months.
Canada has extended its ban on incoming passenger flights from India by another 30 days, Minister of Transport Omar Alghabra announced Monday.