Slav Kornik is an online producer at Global Edmonton. His role includes writing stories for the Global Edmonton website and providing viewers with the latest online news during his Now Trending live hits on the weekday Mornings news.
Slav attended the NAIT Radio & Television program where he graduated in April of 2005. Following graduation Slav moved to Lloydminster where he was hired at Newcap News as a videographer. A few months in to his stint at Newcap, Slav became the late night sports anchor.
After a year and a half in Lloydminster, Slav made the move to Red Deer where he was hired as the weekend sportscaster at CHCA News. Later, Slav became the sports director. During that time he also helped out at Global Edmonton, filling in as the weekend sports anchor.
After three years in Red Deer, Slav was thrilled to move back to Edmonton in early 2010 to join the Global Edmonton team.
Slav has always been involved in athletics and continues to enjoy staying physically fit. Slav is also happily married and enjoys spending time with his wife and two bulldogs.
The event, ‘Hacked,’ gave Alberta students the opportunity to show off their coding abilities on Saturday. Continue reading →
The man, who was in a wheelchair when he was struck by a truck, passed away on Saturday. Continue reading →
Edmonton police said they are seeking a recognizance order against Hubert Willie Cardinal, who will be monitored by the Behavioural Assessment Unit. Continue reading →
Edmonton Women’s March on Saturday attempted to bring a focus to the advancement of the rights of women and other vulnerable groups. Continue reading →
Police said homicide detectives are investigating the death of a woman connected to a north Edmonton home invasion on Friday night. Continue reading →
Brandon Calahoo was sentenced to a further two years in jail and three years’ probation on Friday after pleading guilty to criminal negligence causing death of a two-month-old baby. Continue reading →
The City of Edmonton is accepting nominations for the 2019 Salute to Excellence, which recognizes volunteers who have contributed significantly to the community. Continue reading →
A new app is allowing Canadians to get the dirt on their favourite eateries. Continue reading →
Twitter users across Alberta reacted to former Wildrose leader Brian Jean’s statement that Albertans are ‘furious’ with the state of the province and country. Continue reading →
A woman died in a collision in northern Alberta on Saturday afternoon. Continue reading →
A new study suggests adults in Alberta are having their sleep negatively affected by their electronic devices. Continue reading →
Tony Bussey has written a book about losing 330 pounds, motivated by his experience of evacuating the 2016 Fort McMurray wildfires. Continue reading →
The RCMP said a man was wounded after exchanging gunfire with police near the town of High Level on Saturday. Continue reading →
A total of 60,000-70,000 people were expected to enjoy the festivities throughout the weekend, which could break an attendance record for the event. Continue reading →
Twenty-eight cars derailed, most of which were carrying wheat, according to the company. Continue reading →