Now in his second tour with Global Lethbridge, Tom rejoined the team in June, 2017 after a three year stint in radio.
He’d spent the previous four years at Global as a Producer, Anchor and Videographer.
He’s currently our Digital Journalist and the host of Global News weeknights at 11:00 p.m.
A Calgary transplant, Tom is now rooted in Lethbridge and proud to call the city home.
In his spare time Tom can be found either skiing or golfing (depending on the season), and spending quality time with his wife Susan and dog Molly.
Tom graduated with honours from SAIT’s Radio, Television and Broadcast News Program in 2009.
A staff member told Global News on Wednesday evening the restaurant will be closing its doors permanently following its dinner service on Friday. Continue reading →
The event featured all six candidates eager to impress prospective voters and defend their party platforms. Continue reading →
After almost 64 years, Lethbridge’s longest running TV station has re-located its operations from 28 Street North to the heart of the city’s downtown at 7 Street and 4 Avenue South. Continue reading →
Global Lethbridge will launch operations at its new downtown location on Monday. Continue reading →
Dr. Vivien Suttorp is a regular guest lecturer at the university. She is also a member of the advisory committee for the U of L’s public health program. Continue reading →
This seat is currently held by Conservative Martin Shields who was first elected to office in 2015. Continue reading →
The seat is currently held by Conservative John Barlow. He was first elected to represent the former Macleod riding during a byelection in 2014. Continue reading →
The riding is currently held by Conservative Glen Motz. Motz won the seat during a byelection in 2016 after the sudden passing of former MP Jim Hillyer. Continue reading →
The seat is currently held by Conservative Rachael Harder. She was first elected in 2015 and currently serves as the party’s status of women critic. Continue reading →
City council voted unanimously on Monday afternoon to adopt the traditional Blackfoot greeting, something the city said is as an important step towards honouring the original peoples of the land the city is built on. Continue reading →
RCMP said Friday the 25-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene, and a 20-year-old woman who was also travelling in the vehicle suffered serious injuries. Continue reading →
On Saturday afternoon, police said two men got into a fight in the street; one of them hit the other in the head, causing that man to fall to the ground where he was then stabbed in the face. Continue reading →
The annual five-day summer festival in Lethbridge saw its 2019 attendance numbers grow by 20 per cent over the previous year. Continue reading →
Its parent company Constellation Brands, Inc. said it had signed an agreement with Heaven Hill Brands to divest Black Velvet Canadian Whisky. Continue reading →
RCMP and SEASAR wrapped up the investigation around 5 p.m. Wednesday night, confident that there was nothing to be found. Continue reading →