“As long as we all comply, hopefully we all get through this together.” Continue reading
Tim Roszell joined Global News in May 2019.
He is perhaps most well-known for his ongoing work as a radio play-by-play announcer for the QMJHL’s Moncton Wildcats and Saint John Sea Dogs, with more than 1,000 regular season and playoff games called.
Originally from Chatham, Ontario, Tim moved to Halifax in 2005 to help launch radio station News 95.7 as a weekend anchor and weekday reporter. Less than a year later, he moved to News 88.9 in Saint John in a dual role as an afternoon news anchor and reporter while serving as the Sea Dogs’ play-by-play announcer.
Tim joined the Sea Dogs full-time in 2013, adding the title of media and communications manager to his radio duties until early 2018. He comes to Global News following a brief stint with CBC News Saint John.
His broadcasting career also includes stops in London, Ontario, between 2002 and 2005, as a news anchor, reporter and operator with AM 980 CFPL, and as a video journalist with A-Channel/CFPL-TV and Rogers Television.
Tim lives in Saint John with his beautiful wife, Trish, their son, and his two stepdaughters.
As of Monday, New Brunswick reported 15 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of cases in the province to 89. Continue reading →
Just days after Saint John confirmed a cyberattack on its computer network, the City of Fredericton said it was also targeted with the same ransomware attack. Continue reading →
The City of Saint John says it has been targeted with ransomware. The computer virus was discovered Friday during routine monitoring of information technology. Continue reading →
“To date, 27 wells have had water samples taken,” said Department of Health Communications spokesman Bruce McFarlane. Continue reading →
They’re calling for an independent inquiry into why there is no resolution in the case of Insp. Jeff Porter, more than four years after it began. Continue reading →
The mayors of Rothesay and Quispamsis have sent a letter to the premier asking for changes to the Police Act to help speed up resolutions to complaints against police officers. Continue reading →
Social development minister says the government is doing its due diligence as it considers funding an affordable housing project in Moncton. Continue reading →
A village councillor in Doaktown said he’s disappointed a promised upgrade of high-speed internet services in his community has not happened. Continue reading →
WorkSafeNB says its assessment rate will drop next year thanks to fewer workplace accidents, lower claims costs and reduced administration costs. Continue reading →
A veteran of Kennebecasis police confirmed that he will retire at the end of 2020 as a hearing into conduct complaints against him looms. Continue reading →
The New Brunswick group Eastern Circle Saint John held a rally in the city Saturday in support of First Nations’ fisheries and rights. Continue reading →
N.B. writer and artist Richard Vaughan has been missing from his Fredericton home since Oct. 12, 2020. Continue reading →
New Brunswick has confirmed 313 cases of COVID-19 in the province and there have been 207 recoveries. Continue reading →
Saint John Mayor Don Darling says tax base growth figures for 2021 show a 0.12 per cent increase despite the city’s surging construction activity. Continue reading →