Fredericton restaurant BrewBakers is reopening under new ownership with a renovated dining room and patio and a focus on long-term sustainability.
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.
New Brunswick Community College has become the first post-secondary institution in the province to create a former youth in care tuition bursary program.
Fredericton fashion designer Echo Chen is unveiling her new collection inspired by her Chinese roots and her concerns about the lack of democracy in China.
‘Stop Asian hate, anti-Asian racism.’ After a shocking shooting spree in the U.S. left six women of Asian descent dead, the Asian community in Atlantic Canada is speaking out.
A portrait artist with a visual impairment that prevents her from seeing colours is showcasing her artwork at Fredericton’s Charlotte Street Arts Centre.
A popular Fredericton art supply and toy shop is moving due to changing shopping patterns during the pandemic.
A seventh-grader from Oromocto, N.B., has inspired thousands of people to donate to Fredericton Homeless shelters.
The restrictions set out by public health have caused an emotional rollercoaster for businesses.
The winner of Canada’s Total Mom Pitch competition will get $10,000 in cash and $20,000 for their business
The association representing special care homes is calling on the provincial government to help it cover operational costs during the pandemic.
Alzheimer’s disease is the most common type of dementia, accounting for 60 to 80 per cent of all diagnoses.
The building donation is valued around $400,000 and is from Jim Ross of Ross Ventures, a former Canadian senator.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, a New Brunswick professional boxer is headed to Mexico for a match.
Kyle Nguyen is shooting free throws in heels to raise money for domestic violence survivors living at the Women in Transition house, which gives women and children escaping domestic violence a soft place to land.
A new pop-up art installation by a Fredericton doctor and artist is opening this weekend, in support of a shelter for people experiencing homelessness.