Luc Tremblay is stepping down from the top job at the STM but not before criticizing the ARTM, the umbrella group that operates and manages mass transit in greater Montreal.
Tim Sargeant is one of Global’s most accomplished reporters.
He’s been with the station for almost 13 years and has covered just about every issue facing Montreal and the province of Quebec.
He’s interviewed a wide variety of personalities from politicians to athletes to astronauts to entertainers to people living on the street and everyone in between.
For the last decade Tim’s beat has primarily been covering city hall.
He’s had several exclusive interviews and scoops that have been picked up by competing news organizations.
By far the biggest story Tim has ever covered is 9/11.
He was one of Global’s first reporters to arrive on the scene in NYC on that tragic day.
He reported from near ground zero for Global stations across the country for four consecutive days.
Tim is also a featured panelist on Vermont This Week (VPT) in Burlington where he appears twice a year to discuss Canadian-U.S. relations specifically as they affect QC and VT.
Prior to joining Global News Tim worked as a general assignment reporter at WPTZ-TV (NBC) in Burlington, VT.
Tim got his first professional TV reporting experience working as a summer replacement journalist for CBC Television in St-John’s, Newfoundland.
Tim is a graduate of Concordia University with a BA major in Journalism and minor in Political Science.
Tim’s interests include politics, tennis and baseball.
Tim lives in the greater Montreal area with his wife and son.
A couple of Longueuil police officers are being lauded for stopping a landlord from emptying the personal belongings of a senior citizen on the street curb.
The Quebec government is investing more than $1 billion during the next five years to deal with mental health issues; $361 million is new funding.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, supply chain issues and other challenges are causing delays in the delivery of the Réseau express métropolitain (REM).
A former hotel has been converted into a shelter for members of the Montreal Indigenous community who are experiencing homelessness. Advocates say it’s a game-changer.
Beaconsfield is increasing the damages it is seeking because the Agglomeration Council continues to increase the bill it sends to Beaconsfield without improving public services.
A treehouse in Pointe-Claire has become a lightening rod of controversy involving the builder, city officials and Hydro-Québec.
The government wants to hire 18,000 new daycare educators by 2026 and requalify 7,000 existing workers. The plan is budgeted at $300 Million.
Five thousand retired nurses have returned to the front lines in the battle to end the COVID-19 pandemic by helping with the vaccination campaign.
Kesté Pizzeria in the Mile End district of Montreal is planning to reopen to clients for indoor dining on Jan. 30, despite COVID-19 restrictions.
The City of Pointe-Claire has ordered Peter Ducree to dismantle the treehouse because officials claim it was built in a tree on public property.
The Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal (OSM) had to postpone two in-person concerts and cancel another one this month due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns.
Jeremy Levi is looking forward to the next four years knowing many challenges lie ahead but the CPA tells Global News he’s ready to deal with them.
Peter Malouf is making the transition from entrepreneur to Town of Mount Royal mayor as he challenges the interests of big business in defence of the interests of his residents’.
An MUHC Stage 4 cancer patient is receiving a new medication thanks to precision oncology that is supposed to help extend his life.