As Black History Month comes to a close members of Montreal’s Black communities are reflecting on how things have changed since the 1960’s. Continue reading
Phil Carpenter came to Global News in 2017 after working as a photojournalist and videojournalist at the Montreal Gazette for 13 years.
He also works as a part-time instructor of visual journalism at Concordia University in Montreal.
Phil has worked in journalism for over 20 years and has covered major news events at home and overseas, including the Haiti earthquake, post-genocide stories in Rwanda and the Lac-Mégantic train disaster, all for the Montreal Gazette.
Working at Global News is his first experience in TV journalism.
Some travellers say the process to book a hotel has been difficult and that it took hours to reach someone by phone in order to do so. Continue reading →
Two Quebec fathers are taking on the lack of diversity in children’s toys head-on. Continue reading →
Natasha Mentore believes kids can relate to the reality of someone’s experiences with hair, good or bad. Continue reading →
Halfway through Black History Month, people are speaking out against the number of incidents targeting individuals, organizations and events in recent weeks. Continue reading →
Members of the Black communities in Montreal’s West Island say they are disappointed that more isn’t being done in some municipalities to acknowledge Black History Month. Continue reading →
Parents of people living with intellectual and developmental challenges are demanding their loved ones be made a higher priority for COVID-19 vaccinations. Continue reading →
Thursday was day eleven at a Quebec labour tribunal hearing of what a Montreal man is calling a four-year pursuit of justice. Continue reading →
Local restaurant owners, struggling to make a profit during the pandemic, are turning to a local start-up which is making it cheaper for them to set up food deliveries. Continue reading →
Rapid testing for COVID-19 has started in two Montreal schools. Continue reading →
Pet owners argue that in the rush to close stores the needs of pets have been ignored. Continue reading →
“You really see that the incidents in the kids precedes in time the raise of new cases in the adults by a few weeks.” Continue reading →
The COVID-19 pandemic has muted the possibility to mark special occasions because of public health restrictions. Continue reading →
“It’s important to pass down the traditions,” said Caroline Novalinga, an Inuk woman living in Pointe-Claire. Continue reading →
A family support group at the Maimonides Geriatric Centre is taking legal action against the government over changes to the way the vaccinations are being handled. Continue reading →