Megan Batchelor was a web producer, reporter and anchor at Global Winnipeg from December 2011 to May 2015.
She started her broadcast career while in high school, working evenings and weekends at the town’s radio station, CFAM. Following high school and her initial experience in broadcasting, she decided to enroll in the Creative Communications program at Red River College.
After her graduation from Creative Communications, Megan worked at CKX News in Brandon as a reporter and anchor before coming to Winnipeg. Formerly reporting for the Morning News and then night watch reporter, Megan became Global Winnipeg’s weekend anchor.
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Marathon training is equal parts nutrition and physical training, sports and health dietician Jorie Janzen says. Continue reading →
Winnipeg registered dietitian Susan Watson suggests five ways to get your diet back on track. Continue reading →
Local egg farmer, Catherine Klassen says finding the supplies for Easter egg decorating can be as simple as looking in your kitchen pantry. Continue reading →
Chef Rob Thomas offers up a delicious brunch recipe that elevates the average French toast, apple caramel baked French toast. He also has a recipe for the dinner portion of your Easter, prosciutto-wrapped asparagus with balsamic syrup. Continue reading →
It’s crunch time at Fort Gibraltar as the transformation into Festival grounds for Festival du Voyageur is underway. Continue reading →
Brady McQueen is an average nine-year-old boy in his passion for Minecraft and the Winnipeg Jets. His passion to provide a cup of joe to Winnipeg’s homeless people though sets him apart. Continue reading →
John and Dorothy Monteith say were just at the right place at the right time when they saved a family whose truck got wedged in a pressure crack on ice road in northern Ontario Thursday. Continue reading →
City crews are working to repair a water main break in Transcona, forcing some homes to have brown water flowing from their taps. Continue reading →
Officers were at Samborski Garden Supply off MCGillivray Boulevard in Fort Whyte to enforce a cleanup order issued late last year. Continue reading →
A University of Manitoba student newspaper has run a Charlie Hebdo cartoon to show support for the victims of the attack on the French satirical magazine. Continue reading →
Winnipeg’s biggest winter festival, Festival du Voyageur kicks off in one month. Continue reading →
A Winnipeg educational assistant allegedly gave a 17-year-old drugs and alcohol and had sex with him, police said Monday. Continue reading →
Above seasonal temperatures and low-lying cloud made for foggy conditions Saturday in Winnipeg. Outside the city though, some communities broke records with their unseasonably warm day. Continue reading →