Family shares their love of raising a special needs puppy to lift people’s spirits amid the pandemic. Continue reading
Shelley Steeves is an award-winning journalist, bringing 20 years of national and regional reporting experience to the Global New Brunswick team.
A top graduate of Radio and Television Journalism from Kingstec College in Nova Scotia, Shelley started her career behind the camera as a technician at CBC Halifax. She then went on to become Production Manager for TV New Brunswick, and helped launch the province’s first provincial community programming network.
She spent 14 years as the Maritime Bureau Chief for The Weather Network and worked for CBC New Brunswick as a reporter. She’s has been awarded the RTNDA’s National Network Award for Diversity and a medal at The New York Television Festival for her unique style of storytelling.
As Senior Correspondent for New Brunswick, Shelley’s character-driven reports focus on issues and events affecting the people of New Brunswick.
Outside of work, Shelley dedicates her time to her family and to volunteering for para-athletics. She enjoys spending time with her family, jogging, singing, working with animals and camping along New Brunswick’s beautiful Northumberland coast.
NB man believed to be the oldest Canadian-born man is flooded with birthday cards from across the country. Continue reading →
A former Riverview dog groomer speaks out about a viral video that was the subject of a New Brunswick SPCA investigation back in 2019. Continue reading →
The second shots of COVID-19 vaccine doses are being administered this weekend in NB Continue reading →
Riverview High School’s principal says supports are in place for staff and students following the shooting of a teacher outside of the school on Tuesday. Continue reading →
Education Minister Dominic Cardy asks New Brunswickers not to travel outside of the province for March break. Continue reading →
N.B. snow contractors are saving a bundle on expenses amid a milder winter. Continue reading →
The Ultimate Online Nova Scotia Kitchen Party Facebook page was created early in the pandemic as an antidote to bad news at a time when people were feeling isolated and anxious. Continue reading →
A combination of COVID-19 and a shortage of new sleds have driven a spike in snowmobile sales in New Brunswick this year. Continue reading →
Boxing Day sales were at a simmer at some locally owned retail stores in Moncton. Continue reading →
A Moncton teen is hoping to help other young athletes put competition into perspective by releasing a song about the pressure that some players feel to be perfect. Continue reading →
Christmas came early for medical staff at the Campbellton Regional Hospital, who received gifts of appreciation this week. Continue reading →
The Singing Cook from Sackville, NB is spreading butter and smiles amid the pandemic. Continue reading →
Nova Scotia band The Stanfields has released a parody of a Dolly Parton Christmas hit. Continue reading →
People around the globe rallied around a New Brunswick school after its library was vandalized and thousands of books were damaged. Continue reading →