Kyle Connor scored twice and Nate Thompson notched the winner as the Winnipeg Jets beat the Montreal Canadiens 6-3 Thursday night. Continue reading
Born and raised in Winnipeg, Kevin quickly realized his childhood dream of becoming a professional hockey player was out of the question. Instead, he turned his focus to the world of broadcasting and journalism.
After graduating from the Creative Communications Program at Red River College, he began his career in print with stints at the Winnipeg Sun and Portage Daily Graphic.
Then, it was off to the world of television as Kevin joined Shaw TV Winnipeg. He served in a number of roles, from reporter to camera operator/editor, to producer and host on live mobile broadcasts.
Kevin landed an opportunity with Global Winnipeg in October 2017 as reporter for Global News Morning. He has since moved into the anchor chair on Global News at 10.
He is an avid fan of rock music and can usually be seen playing guitar or air-drumming to his favourite tune. After years of frustrating results, he still finds himself playing 18 holes of golf whenever he can.
RCMP have previously said a 50-year-old man went out snowmobiling in the Whiteshell Provincial Park around 4 p.m. Sunday. Continue reading →
The Winnipeg Jets scored three times in the second period on their way to a 5-1 win over the Ottawa Senators. Continue reading →
The Millennium and St. Boniface libraries will act as temporary daytime warming spaces. Continue reading →
The Winnipeg Jets defeated the Calgary Flames 4-1 at Bell MTS Place Thursday night. Continue reading →
One person is in critical condition after a “violent incident” in the Wolseley area Thursday, according to Winnipeg police. Continue reading →
A 25-year-old man who escaped from the minimum security unit at Stony Mountain Institution Sunday night has been found and is now back in custody. Continue reading →
The Winnipeg Jets completed the three-game road trip with a 4-1 victory over the Ottawa Senators on Thursday. Continue reading →
At least two vehicles, including a semi-truck were involved in a crash near CentrePort Canada Way Wednesday. Continue reading →
Manitoba is expecting further reductions in the amount of Pfizer vaccine it receives. Continue reading →
Winnipeg police say one person has been taken to hospital after a shooting in the city’s North End Monday night. Continue reading →
A temporary delay in the delivery of the Pfizer vaccine to Canada is forcing Manitoba to pause any new vaccine appointments. Continue reading →
A Manitoba RCMP officer has been charged with dangerous driving causing bodily harm after a crash earlier this year. Continue reading →
Some Manitobans can now receive a text message when their COVID-19 test results are available. Continue reading →
Police tweeted Thursday evening the westbound lane of Henderson Highway at Kimberly Avenue was blocked off due to a crash involving a Transit bus. Continue reading →