Wendy moved from her farm roots and small town of Montmartre, Sask. to “the big city” in 2006 and graduated from the Western Academy of Broadcasting in 2009.
She began her career interning for Shaw 10 and when the opportunity arose at Global Saskatoon, she landed her dream job as a news journalist/reporter. From part time, to full time, to her current position anchoring Global News at 6, journalism continues to be a fulfilling and rewarding career.
“This job is a dream! It connects me to the community I love and allows me to give a voice to people from all walks of life. ”
Wendy and her husband Lucas married in 2011, purchased a house and officially became proud Saskatonians.
Days off and free time are spent hanging out with friends and family. Wendy also enjoys backpacking the world, gardening, zumba, cooking, and fishing the provinces beautiful lakes.
A Saskatoon couple recently welcomed triplets into their lives using reproductive technology. Continue reading →
How will Saskatoon police handle roadside tests for drivers believed to be behind the wheel while impaired on marijuana? Continue reading →
A recent report from the Saskatoon Police Service estimates the cost of policing marijuana at over $500,000 in the first full year of legalization. Continue reading →
In the six month period from Sept. 30, 2017 to April 1, 2018 there were 1,603 missing persons reports filed with Saskatoon police. Continue reading →
Mayor Charlie Clark addressed the business community at the state of the city address hosted by the Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce. Continue reading →
A GoFundMe campaign that has raised over $12 million for the Humboldt Broncos will close on Wednesday. Continue reading →
A Saskatchewan nurse is required to pay a $26,000 fine imposed on her in relation to her 2015 Facebook post which criticized the end of life care her grandfather received. Continue reading →
A third player injured in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash has been released from hospital. Continue reading →
Brace for a record breaking temperature in the low -20’s early Friday morning, thanks to the polar vortex and clear skies. Continue reading →
Less than three months after his sexual assault conviction, Skipp Anderson has been released on bail. Continue reading →
“If I’m willing to die, they can live,” said police informant Noel Harder, who was referring to his common-law spouse and two kids. Continue reading →
The Easter Miracle Tree in Aberdeen is a fundraising effort in the community northeast of Saskatoon to raise money to help those in need. Continue reading →
“It puts them in ongoing horrible risk,” said Harder’s lawyer, Tony Merchant. Continue reading →
Saskatoon city council delays decision on restricting the hours fire pits can be used and whether there will be a registry. Continue reading →
“People with health issues or just smoke impact in their homes, the bylaw has the power to address those already, we simply haven’t enforced it,” said Coun. Darren Hill. Continue reading →