Rebecca Joseph is a National Online Journalist based in Toronto, Ontario.
A self-proclaimed techie and news junkie, she holds a bachelor of journalism from the University of Kings College and a bachelor of computer engineering from the University of Manitoba.
She’s a native Winnipeger, but she worked in Ottawa, Quebec, New Zealand, Winnipeg and Halifax before settling in Toronto.
Rebecca started working at Global News as an intern for Global Halifax in 2014. She then worked for The Morning News in Halifax before moving to the online department in Toronto in 2015.
She has also had her work featured in newspapers and magazines in Halifax and Toronto.
Water rescue crews in Pennsylvania pulled at least 30 people out of a flooded river on Monday evening during heavy rains in the region. Continue reading →
A 51-year-old man was arrested in California in connection with a wildfire that has burned 6,200 acres, and is accused of saying, “This place will burn,” in a text message. Continue reading →
The UN Human Rights Committee has requested that Canada stay the deportation of a man to Saudi Arabia. Continue reading →
U.S. President Donald Trump’s legal team has rejected a request for an interview with special counsel Robert Mueller, the New York Times reports. Continue reading →
The couple is being remembered for their “openness to new people and places” and their “quest for a better understanding of the world. “ Continue reading →
Saudi Arabia has suspended an educational exchange program with Canada, according to foreign media reports. Continue reading →
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A radio telescope in B.C. has picked up a handful of signals from a far-off place in outer space. Continue reading →
Oil has been moving up steadily in the past year, reaching prices not seen since 2014, offering more reprieve to the beleaguered market. Continue reading →
U.S. president Donald Trump has falsely claimed you need to show photo identification to buy groceries his country. Continue reading →
As it reels from the data scandal that helped lower its stock price and people’s opinions of it, Facebook is taking steps to limit the amount of applications that can see your personal data. Continue reading →
Security camera footage shows a man hitting a woman in the face during a confrontation on the streets of Paris. Continue reading →
Health Canada is warning Canadians that the adult dose of the EpiPen is expected to be in limited supply at pharmacies until August 31. Continue reading →
Critics say the bear was only acting like a bear, and didn’t deserve to die. Continue reading →
U.S. President Donald Trump said he’s “willing to” shut down the government if he doesn’t get the votes he needs on border security. Continue reading →