Morganne Campbell is a Video Journalist with Global News sharing stories in New Brunswick and neighboring Halifax.
Prior to making the move to the Maritimes, Campbell was a Videographer and Assignment Editor with CKWS TV in Kingston Ont,.
She first joined Corus Entertainment in 2009 and became a familiar face in Kingston during her coverage of the Russell Williams and Shafia Family murder trials in 2011 and 2012. Both of which were covered for Corus owned television and radio stations across the country.
Born and raised rurally in Castleton Ont., Morganne studied journalism at Loyalist College in Belleville Ont., where she attended on a scholarship.
Morganne has experience in print, radio and television working at stations across Ontario including CTV Barrie, CHEX News Peterborough and has instructed OPP officers in media courses at East Region Headquarters in Smiths Falls Ont., in addition to volunteering and teaching young students about the industry.
Most of all, Morganne enjoys meeting new people, loves the fact that no two days at work are the same and enjoys covering the stories that matter most. Introducing and taking the viewer to new and interesting places at every opportunity.
In her spare time, you can catch Morganne in her garden, cooking, or at the park with her dog Feebie.
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Corrections Canada will undertake a study to create a “Health Centre of Excellence” at Shepody Healing Centre within the penitentiary. Continue reading →
Ottawa’s delay in the legalization of recreational marijuana may have a significant impact on New Brunswick’s budget. Continue reading →
Meals to Seniors is in jeopardy, with the program set to expire at the end of the month. Continue reading →
“When the centre opened its doors 25 years ago, violence against women was not an acceptable topic of conversation. We believe we have had a hand in changing the conversation.” Continue reading →
A funeral was held yesterday for an Elsipogtog man killed in what police believe was a hit-and-run. Continue reading →
Larry Mills Sr. would like to see a new memorial dedicated to his son at Marshview Middle School. Continue reading →
The maple syrup season has arrived a little earlier than usual in much of the province. It’s all hands on deck as producers race to get their trees tapped and lines out. Continue reading →
Public Service Alliance of Canada members in Halifax and Moncton rallied to share their frustration over the troubled Phoenix pay system. Continue reading →
In March, all arenas with ice surfaces in New Brunswick will be inspected by the province during a campaign to improve inspections. Continue reading →
The store will remain permanently closed, with the company stating that they’ll continue to operate their Bass Pro Shops in nearby Dieppe, N.B. Continue reading →
Emergency personnel were called to the banks of the Peticodiac River this morning after a man was spotted on an ice jam. Continue reading →
The family of a Moncton man killed when his wheelchair became lodged in a railway crossing is speaking out about their ordeal. It comes on the heels of a scathing report released by the Transportation Safety Board which points to poor crossing conditions as a contributing factor in the death. Continue reading →