• Crime Beat: The Death of Christine Demeter (teaser)
    After the death of 32-year-old Austrian-born model Christine Demeter in 1973 in the garage of her family home in Mississauga, Ont., suspicion fell on her husband, Hungarian-born multi-millionaire Peter Demeter. An upcoming episode of Crime Beat examines the circumstances behind her death.
    Crime Beat
    May 10
  • Save or Splurge? Expert advice on which beauty products are worth spending on
    Beauty expert Christine Cho tells us which makeup and skincare products we can save on, and which are worth the splurge.
    The Morning Show
    Jan 22
  • 56-foot Holiday Tree lights up Distillery Winter Village
    The Distillery Historic District Winter Village lights up the 56-foot- tall silver fir holiday tree November 16, 2023, designed by Christian Dior Parfums. Winter Village runs until January 7th, 2024 drawing more than 750,000 visitors from around the world. Susan Hay has the details.
    Nov 16, 2023
  • The Isabel Voices are set to begin the 2023/24 season with more singers and a diverse repertoire
    Formerly the Kingston Chamber Choir, The Isabel Voices has partnered with the Isabel Bader Centre for the performing arts. Artist Director Darrell Christie says they now have two ensembles and will be able to tell more contemporary stories through music.
    Nov 1, 2023
  • The Morning Show: September 18
    On today’s episode of The Morning Show: We get the latest on the royal family happenings from Patricia Treble. Plus,  we’re talking pumpkin spice beauty magic with Christine Cho. Also, Scott McGillivray Debra Salmoni joins us to preview the new episodes of ‘Scott’s Vacation House Rules’. Plus, we have a fall wellness reset with Sonia Jhas....
    The Morning Show
    Sep 18, 2023
  • Big changes in store for Quebec vapers with new rules outlawing flavoured vapes
    The countdown is officially on for everyone who uses vapes in Quebec. Health Minister Christian Dubé announced Wednesday that as of October 31st, stores will no longer be able to sell flavoured vape products. The province has published its new list of regulations and as Global Dan Spector reports, the fiery debate over the cigarette...
    Aug 2, 2023
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  • Manitoba apprentices to showcase their skills at Skills Canada
    Carpentry apprentice Christian Zacharias will be competing in the National Skills Canada competition taking place at the RBC Convention Centre starting on Thursday. He tells Global News Morning, what he has to do to show that he’s among the best in Canada.
    May 24, 2023
  • Saskatchewan’s public safety minister announces emergency rescue equipment training program for first responders
    Saskatchewan Public Safety Minister Christine Tell announced a new equipment training program for volunteer first responders on Friday. Students of the Transportation Rescue Extrication (TREX) program will learn to use auto-extrication equipment to rescue occupants injured during collisions and serious accidents. The program is supported by $5.6 million in funding from Saskatchewan Government Insurance.
    Mar 31, 2023
  • The Morning Show: March 23
    On today’s episode of The Morning Show: Why Canadians are underwhelmed by Nordstrom’s liquidation sales, plus minimum wage is increasing next month in Canada, and more money matters! Our TMS Spring Flings series continues as we tackle ways to ditch bad habits when it comes to our wellness. And beauty expert Christine Cho helps us...
    The Morning Show
    Mar 23, 2023
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  • Trudeau criticizes Conservatives after 3 MPs met with far-right German politician
    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Friday that the Conservative Party “owes some explanations” to Canadians after three MPs from the party were photographed having dinner with Christine Anderson, a member of the European parliament who represents the right-wing populist party Alternative for Germany. He said Conservatives need to “own up and really disassociate from...
    Feb 24, 2023
  • Businesses across Manitoba are excited about changes at Travel Manitoba
    Caleigh Christie with Falcon Trails Resort and Whiteshell Tourism Association tells GNM how they’re excited for the new changes happening with Travel Manitoba and what it will mean for bringing more tourism to the Province.
    Jan 10, 2023
  • Trucker protests: Calgary pastor tells crowd Canada needs a Christian government
    Calgary pastor Tim Stephens spoke to a crowd amid the anti-mandate trucker protests across Canada, explaining to the crowd why he believes the country needs a Christian government. Stephens was charged in 2021 with violating a court order to follow pandemic safety rules at his Calgary church.
    Feb 16, 2022
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  • Why sexual victims don’t always remember details
    Donald Trump mocked Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, who says she was sexually assaulted by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh for not remembering details of the assault. But Farrah Khan, manager of Ryerson’s Office of Sexual Violence Support and Education, tells Farah Nasser memories from trauma aren’t like everyday events.
    Global News at 5:30 Toronto
    Oct 3, 2018
  • ‘The Good Fight’ Cast Interview
    Before “The Good Fight” returns to W Network with a brand new episode on Sunday night, stars Christine Baranski and Cush Jumbo tell ET Canada’s Roz Weston all about the series’ strong female characters.
    Apr 6, 2018
  • Christine Baranski ‘The Good Fight’ Interview
    Christine Baranski tells ET Canada’s Sangita Patel that now is the right time for her character Diane Lockhart to shine on “The Good Fight”, which returns with the season 3 premiere on W Network Thursday at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
    Mar 14, 2019
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  • Christine Baranski ‘The Good Fight’ Interview
    Christine Baranski tells ET Canada’s Sangita Patel that now is the right time for her character Diane Lockhart to shine on “The Good Fight”, which returns with the season 3 premiere on W Network Thursday at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
    Mar 14, 2019
  • Preparing for a possible holiday season alone
    Some Canadians will be stuck at home alone due to the pandemic this holiday season. Psychologist Dr.Christine Korol tells Global News Morning it’s important to make that decision clear with family, and how to stay connected.
    Global News Morning Saskatoon
    Nov 25, 2020
  • How Montreal’s tattoo artists have prepared for the ‘new normal’
    Alongside hair salons, other personal care services, including tattoo parlours, are getting the green-light to resume operations in Montreal. Black Rose Tattoo’s Christina Fleming tells Global’s Andrea Howick what her industry has done to prepare.
    Global News Morning Montreal
    Jun 15, 2020
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  • The Morning Show: August 11
    On today’s episode of The Morning Show: Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard on their exciting new show ‘Family Game Fight!’ and Canadian author Joy Fielding on her latest thriller ‘CUL-DE-SAC.’ Some can’t fail money saving tips by Kelley Keehn and Toronto’s top makeup artist Christine Cho has a variety of products for your lips.
    The Morning Show
    Aug 11, 2021
  • Matt Damon and Christian Bale in Toronto for premiere of Ford v Ferrari
    There were some major star power at Roy Thomson Hall for the international premiere of Ford the Ferrari. Matt Damon talks about his love for Toronto while Christian Bale tells our Jamie Mauracher about his affinity for cars.
    Global News at 5:30 Toronto
    Sep 9, 2019
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