As COVID-19 caseloads ease in select parts of the province, schools in seven public health units in southern Ontario will reopen to in-person learning on Jan. 25. Continue reading
Kraig Krause joined the Global News team in 2018 as a videographer and anchor.
Through his career, Kraig has covered stories from the west coast, northern British Columbia, the prairies, and Ontario.
After graduating from both the communications program at York University and the broadcast journalism program at Seneca College, Kraig joined Corus Radio in Vancouver as a traffic reporter on AM730 and CKNW. He later made the transition to television and moved to Dawson Creek in northern British Columbia to become the 6 pm news anchor on CJDC TV, before moving east to report for CTV Winnipeg.
While in Winnipeg, Kraig covered a variety of stories, including crime, homelessness, immigration & the 2018 Winnipeg Jets Stanley Cup playoff run.
Since joining Global News, his highlights include being the first reporter to sit down with the ‘sexsomnia’ case victim after she requested to lift her publication ban. Kraig also worked closely on the eastern Ontario Children’s Aid Society series investigating alleged child sexual assaults within foster homes.
Kraig was born and raised in British Columbia’s Fraser Valley.
On Wednesday, Belleville city councillors turned down a recommendation to fill a vacant council seat. Now, a runner-up is likely to be given the position. Continue reading →
Over a dozen rainbow flags were scattered near Third Day Worship Centre on Thursday. Continue reading →
If such a bylaw is enacted, Kingston will be the first municipality in Ontario to prohibit conversion therapy on a local level. Continue reading →
Ontario hospitals and facilities with available ICU bed capacity may see patients from overwhelmed hospitals transferred for care as COVID-19 cases reach record highs. Continue reading →
On Wednesday, CSC announced that as part of the first phase of the vaccine rollout plan, 600 medically vulnerable federal inmates will receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Continue reading →
Kingston-area MPP Randy Hillier has yet to be spoken to by OPP for large holiday gathering, according to his office. Now, he plans “more parties” this week. Continue reading →
The 1840’s-era limestone building once known as the Karnofski Bakery is now in ruins after collapsing on Christmas morning. Continue reading →
Four COVID-19 cases have been identified at three Kingston-area schools. Continue reading →
A Sydenham, Ont., physician penned a letter to Lanark-Frontenac-Kingston MPP, Randy Hillier, disputing several of his COVID-19 claims. Continue reading →
KFL&A Public Health says the majority of COVID-19 cases in the region are related to significant outbreaks. Continue reading →
As the Kingston-area breaks a single-day record for coronavirus cases, public health is preparing to move into the orange zone of Ontario’s COVID-19 response framework. Continue reading →
Lanark—Frontenac—Kingston MPP has held several social gatherings with people opposed to mandatory masks and lockdowns. Now medical experts are explaining the science behind it all. Continue reading →
On Friday, the provincial government announced that the Toronto and Peel regions will enter lockdowns on Monday morning and that the Kingston-area will move into category “Yellow.” Continue reading →
Crisis calls made by front-line workers and hospital staff during the pandemic have increased by 200 per cent since June. Continue reading →