Megan Yamoah joined the Global News team in October 2018.
Megan began her career on television at 5 years old appearing on CTV Kitchener’s Romper Room and Friends.
After working for the University of Waterloo as a Graduate Coordinator and Advisor to Masters and PHD Students in the English department Megan made a return to the small screen.
She has worked the red carpet at high profile award shows such as the Much Music Video Awards, TIFF and the Latin Billboard Awards.
Megan graduated from Broadcast Television at Conestoga College and worked as an anchor with Rogers TV Mississauga and Brampton. At the same time she was a segment host for Rogers TV Kitchener’s The Home Team, and sports casted for the Toronto Raptors at the Air Canada Centre.
Megan has sat down for interviews with the late Rob Ford, Superstar rapper Drake, and Latin recording artist J. Balvin.
Recently Megan was an entertainment reporter for Cogeco Your TV Burlington covering events, festivals and fundraisers in Halton Region.
Raised by a Jamaican mother and a Ghanaian father Megan is the youngest of four, she was born and raised in Kitchener-Waterloo Ontario.
When she’s not reporting breaking news Megan enjoys travelling to Europe, playing tennis and fancies herself a culinary mastermind creating exotic dishes from scratch.
A Fredericton gaming start up wants to transform the capital city into a hub for the tech industry and help retain top talent in the province. Continue reading →
A Fredericton firefighter will spend three days and two nights elevated above the city for the firefighter’s annual ladder sit. Continue reading →
Brown has 36 years of experience in policing, and he’ll have to use it all to help a department still recovering from the fatal shooting of two of its own officers. Continue reading →
The Joint Economic Development Initiative has been working in the field of economic development in New Brunswick for almost 25 years, assisting first nation startups get off the ground. Continue reading →
On the steps of city hall councillors, firemen and passersby got to catch a glimpse inside the state of the art fire truck. The tanker was purchased with consultation from the Fire department on features and design. Continue reading →
The fund provides newcomers in medical professions with access to loans to help with expenses related to the credential recognition process. Continue reading →
A consultant group will be publishing a report on the evaluation of midwifery care in the province. Continue reading →
In 2018, the New Brunswick SPCA obtained and executed 14 entry warrants, which allow SPCA officers to access a private dwelling for the purpose of rescuing an animal. Continue reading →
If you’re flying in or out of YFC, you’ll notice construction has begun on the terminal expansion project. Continue reading →
A group of professors met to write a letter condemning white nationalist statements made by their colleague, tenured sociology professor Ricardo Duchesne. Continue reading →
The May long weekend is the unofficial start of summer with the opening of provincial and national parks in New Brunswick. Continue reading →
Inside the Saint John Uptown Market Square Atrium, the town crier delivered the Loyalist Day proclamation, and the Saint Mary’s Band provided musical entertainment. Continue reading →
It’s a 900-thousand dollar cut that could result in revenue losses of more than 13 million, according to the liberals. Continue reading →
On Wednesday, students from across the country gathered in Fredericton to attend the 2019 Canada-Wide Science Fair and hear from winners of Little Inventors: Inventions for Space. Continue reading →
Tickets and weekend passes to the 2019 Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival are a hot commodity, selling out in record time. Continue reading →