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Supervisor, Breaking News
Tania Kohut has worked as a TV reporter, video producer and multimedia reporter for a number of news organizations.
In her role as Breaking News Supervisor with Global News she helps guide coverage of local, national and international news. She enjoys digging in to issues that matter to everyday Canadians, as well as discovering off-beat stories.
When not working the online national desk based in Toronto, she is likely doing home renovations, enjoying the outdoors, or planning her next vacation.
Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole says he’ll allow MPs free votes on two bills that are controversial within his party. Continue reading →
FBI Director Christopher Wray says a ‘steady drumbeat of misinformation’ from Russia is attempting to undermine confidence in the result of the 2020 election. Continue reading →
Until now, new parent MPs got 21 days of medical leave and had to negotiate further time off. Continue reading →
The deadline to file your taxes is April 30, but there are a few advantages to getting your paperwork in much sooner. Continue reading →
Jaskirat Singh Sidhu’s lawyer says his client was distracted by a tarp flapping off the back of his truck when he blew through a stop sign and collided with the Humboldt Broncos bus. Continue reading →
Above-normal temperatures and even rain are in the forecast for some areas currently dealing with the deep freeze. Continue reading →
For many Canadians, the changes will be slight, considering CPP’s cut is rising while EI is falling. Continue reading →
The man who opened fire on a Christmas market in Strasbourg, France was killed on Thursday after a shootout with police. Continue reading →
At least two people are dead and many more wounded after a shooting near a Christmas market in the French city of Strasbourg on Tuesday. Continue reading →
As Theresa May delayed a crucial vote on Britain’s exit plan from the EU, European Council President Donald Tusk said on Monday that the withdrawal agreement is not up for renegotiation. Continue reading →
Canadian officials have mapped out a plan for response should North Korea go ahead with an atmospheric nuclear-weapons test. Continue reading →
OPEC’s de facto leader, Saudi Arabia, has indicated a need for steep oil output reductions beginning in January, fearing a glut. Continue reading →
Andrew Scheer is criticizing Justin Trudeau’s plan to sign a UN migration pact, saying Canada’s immigration policies should not be dictated by an international agreement. Continue reading →
Denmark plans to banish rejected asylum-seekers or those with a criminal record to Lindholm, a remote island that until recently was used as a lab facility researching contagious animal diseases. Continue reading →
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer is promising new funding and grants for police, stronger background checks for people seeking gun licenses and a 25-per-cent boost to the youth gang-prevention fund. Continue reading →