We’re just days away from what some consider the best day of the year, and many of us (and our kids) still haven’t figured out what character we want to bring to life this Halloween.
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As an award-winning journalist, Minna Rhee has been a permanent fixture on Canadian television screens for over a decade. Rhee’s witty and energetic personality paired with her vast television experience makes her a mainstay on Global News Toronto.
Rhee has covered everything from child poverty in Toronto to the city’s newest Mayor, John Tory. She also reported on the story of Phil Cooper, a man who visited his wife every day at her nursing home until she was moved hours away from him, without consent, after a fire that displaced over 190 people. Through her reports, Phil was able to find a place to stay closer to his wife and get the answers he needed.
Rhee has also worked as a correspondent for 16×9, filing long format stories for the investigative newsmagazine program. In addition to her reporting role, Rhee regularly fills in as co-host on The Morning Show and News at Noon.
From George Clooney, to Bill Clinton, to Oprah Winfrey, Rhee has interviewed many celebrities, but it’s the people she meets in the community while covering local stories who leave the biggest impression.
Born in Toronto, Ontario, Minna graduated on the Dean’s list from the University of Toronto with a degree in Asia Pacific Studies and Sociology. She spent three years working in the technology industry before pursuing her journalism career.
During her downtime, Rhee can be found in her kitchen testing out new recipes, discovering the outdoors with her two daughters, or looking for a hidden gem to add to her costume jewellery collection.
Rooted in psychology, the hands-on experience encourages self reflection about the decisions you make, why you make them and what makes you, you.
More and more institutions are getting on board, the Canadian National Exhibition, University of Toronto, University of Winnipeg and Ryerson University — and recently Yorkdale Mall — have introduced gender-neutral washrooms.
This year the celebrations of Easter and Passover fall on the same weekend in April.
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Minna Rhee met up with entertaining expert Sebastien Centner to find out how to cook Christmas dinner without stressing out.
Global News got a tour inside Amazon’s only Canadian robotic fulfillment centre to find out how that happens on Cyber Monday.
Artists at the downtown boutique can take a photo and turn it into the ultimate selfie – etching your image into sterling silver or gold to be worn around the neck.
Taking a family portrait that’s Christmas card worthy can be tough. Sina Duvinage shares some creative tips that anyone can replicate using their cellphone camera.
With trade being top of mind lately, how can you take a more made in Canada approach to Christmas?
This is a 21st-century, family friendly museum where visitors are encouraged to touch and feel and in many ways, become part of the exhibits.
After sold out shows in L.A. and Chicago, the travelling pop-up art installation called Happy Place has landed in Toronto.
One of the barriers to getting help is that wait times for counselling and therapy can be long.