With a love for hearing and sharing people’s stories, Taylor Braat is a journalist for Global Regina.
Her journalistic interests have a focus on indigenous issues and the human experience.
Above all, her work in journalism is driven by a fascination with how society moves.
Taylor joined the team at Global Regina in April 2019 after leaving Global News Radio and 630 CHED where she spent time as a reporter and anchor.
Taylor is a graduate of NAIT’s Television and Radio Broadcasting program and dipped her toes into news for the first time there as the editor-in-chief and online managing editor of the school’s student-run paper The NAIT Nugget.
To complete her diploma, she became a news intern in Fort Saskatchewan with MIX 103.7, before heading to Fort McMurray at the start of 2016.
A career highlight for Taylor was broadcasting from Calgary during the month of the wildfire to serve evacuees with vital information needed throughout the month residents were displaced.
Reporting on the 2015 and 2019 Alberta elections in her career, Taylor can attribute her love for politics to those moments in time.
Before joining Corus, she spent time at the Sherwood Park News as a reporter and photographer where she covered the art scene, breaking news, and everything in between.
In her spare time, Taylor loves to be active and do yoga, travel, take photos, and dream about when she’s finally able to adopt a cat and/or a Chihuahua.