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.
More unsettled weather was forecasted in southern Alberta on Saturday afternoon as Environment Canada issued a severe thunderstorm warning for several areas. Continue reading →
One month after being sentenced to life in prison, the man convicted of first-degree murder in connection with a shooting in Grande Prairie five years ago has filed a notice of appeal. Continue reading →
A spokesperson for EPCOR confirmed to Global News on Saturday that crews have been dispatched to basements that have flooded in the north Edmonton community of Griesbach. Continue reading →
Affected areas are expected to see five straight days of 30 C with overnight lows not expected to drop below 16 C, Environment Canada said. Continue reading →
An investigation is underway after a deadly fire broke out at a Lethbridge home early Saturday morning. Continue reading →
A 58-year-old man died after a two-vehicle collision in Lloydminster on Friday afternoon. Continue reading →
An area surrounding Eagle Lake in west-central Alberta has been closed to people because of bear activity, according to a post on Alberta Fish and Wildlife’s Facebook page. Continue reading →
Another round of stormy weather hit Edmonton early Wednesday evening, resulting in reports of flooded roads that were creating problems for drivers in the city. Continue reading →
Cardinal Energy Ltd. says a cleanup is underway after a large spill involving oil and produced water occurred at its House Mountain operation in northern Alberta over the weekend. Continue reading →
A woman driving a truck on the main road on the Goodfish Cree Nation was killed Monday night when her vehicle rolled, according to police. Continue reading →
About 100 kilometres west of Edmonton, the Pembina River is a popular spot for people looking to enjoy a day on the water but RCMP say people tubing down the waterway need to exercise caution when doing so. Continue reading →
A weather advisory was put in effect for several parts of southern Alberta on Tuesday to alert people to the fact that conditions are favourable for the development of funnel clouds. Continue reading →
A vote at Edmonton City Hall on Monday saw changes to zoning rules approved with the aim of providing more support to homeless people living in the city. Continue reading →
Whitecourt RCMP has released the photos of two people wanted for attempted murder in connection with an incident earlier this month in the hope of getting tips from the public on their whereabouts. Continue reading →
After being charged with “pesticide-related” environmental offences last year, the City of Edmonton said it “takes responsibility” and will pay $150,400 towards three environmental projects. Continue reading →