Phil began his professional journalism career in radio, working as an associate producer with the long-running CBC program As It Happens. He eventually transitioned into the world of television, and in 2012, made the move to Calgary when he joined Global News as a producer.
While he relished the opportunity to work in broadcast news, Phil has also always had a passion for online media.
In late 2015, he joined Global News Edmonton as an online journalist and is now thrilled to be working in Alberta’s capital.
A mysterious hole that was discovered under a busy south Edmonton intersection is once again impacting traffic. Continue reading →
Three people were injured and two were sent to hospital after a pickup truck collided with a car near Innisfail, Alta., on Friday morning. Continue reading →
A man in his early 20s was rushed to hospital in potentially life-threatening condition after what an EMS spokesperson described as a “serious” assault in northwest Calgary late Friday afternoon. Continue reading →
Police say a man who was found injured in a north Edmonton alley on Wednesday night has died of his injuries and that he was the victim of a homicide. Continue reading →
A 34-year-old man has been charged with multiple offences after a woman working at a Lethbridge liquor store had a knife held to her throat during a violent robbery Thursday night. Continue reading →
Coronation RCMP are investigating a deadly collision in Paintearth County on Thursday involving a pickup truck and a semi-truck. Continue reading →
Police say two men are facing charges in connection with the abduction of a 48-year-old woman in Red Deer on Wednesday morning. Continue reading →
The RCMP is asking the public for tips as they continue to probe the “suspicious” disappearance of a northern Alberta woman who vanished nearly six months ago. Continue reading →
A wife and mother of three pre-teen children says her family is moving from their St. Albert, Alta., condo because they don’t feel safe after receiving a racist and threatening letter. Continue reading →
The Canadian Finals Rodeo gets underway in exactly two weeks and while the event has 45 years of tradition behind it, the 2018 edition will usher in a new era as Red Deer hosts the rodeo for the first time in its history. Continue reading →
An 18-day strike by support staff at an Alberta school division has come to an end after the workers agreed to a new deal with their employer, according to their union. Continue reading →
The Edmonton Prospects officially named Jordan Blundell as the baseball team’s new coach at a news conference on Monday. Continue reading →
The Alberta Party’s provincial board voted to disqualify the party’s candidate Edmonton-Ellerslie on Monday night after “becoming aware today of an event he attended and supported over the weekend.” Continue reading →
A man convicted of murdering a 14-year-old girl, whose body was found in an Edson apartment suite two years ago, has been sentenced to life in prison with no possibility of parole for 25 years. Continue reading →
Now that the former BMO site in downtown Edmonton is sitting empty, a city committee is set to hear about a proposal to build a 50-storey mixed-use tower on the prime piece of real estate. Continue reading →