Elizabeth has worked as a video journalist in Canada and East Africa. Her work has been aired on Global News, Sportsnet and NationTV Kenya.
Watch some of her broadcast work below. Award-winning and nominated stories are marked with an asterix.
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Global News at 6 — Halifax & Vancouver
- Inadmissible: How a U.S. policy is wreaking havoc on the lives of Iranian-Canadians – Global News, April 2022
- ‘Rewarding’: Businesses that pivoted to make masks, gowns, reflect after first wave of COVID-19 – Global News, Oct. 2020
- N.S. high school students graduate, pay tribute to loved ones lost in mass shooting – Global News, June, 2020
- ‘One-of-a-kind’: Comedic couple Greg and Jamie Blair celebrated by family after N.S. shooting – Global News April 2020
- More tributes pouring in as death tolls continues to rise in Nova Scotia – Global News, April 2020
- Coronavirus: Amid record job losses, Nova Scotia restaurant owners innovate – Global News, April 2020
- Residents of Meaghers Grant paying heavy toll after removal of Dillman Bridge – Global News, Feb. 2020
- ‘I am here’: Nova Scotians condemn Don Cherry’s poppy comments – Global News, Nov. 2019
- Federal minister says inquiry into Glen Assoun’s wrongful conviction should be led by Nova Scotia – Global News, July 2019
Global News Investigates
- Overworked, underpaid: Ottawa’s chronic underfunding leaves First Nations water operators behind – Global News, Feb. 2021 (*)
- Global News investigates ‘huge’ safety risks on Halifax construction sites – Global News, Sept. 2019 (*)
- ‘It’s the Wild West’: Sources say fear underlies silence on Nova Scotia construction sites – Global News, Sept. 2019 (*)
- N.S. issues warnings, creates new safety initiative after Global News investigation – Global News, Dec. 2019 (*)
- Thousands of Nova Scotians at risk of lead exposure from wells – Global News, Nov. 2019 (*)
- Lead in Nova Scotia school water: a patchwork of data unavailable to parents, teachers – Global News, Nov. 2019 (*)
Terrorist attacks in Kenya
In April 2015, nearly 150 Christian students were slaughtered at Garissa University College in western Kenya by Somalia-based terror group, Al-Shebaab. Elizabeth provided breaking hourly updates to media outlets all over the world during this massacre – the largest on Kenyan soil in 18 years.
Al-Shebaab claims responsibility for deadly attack in Kenya – CBC News Now, December 2014
Kenya’s president vows harsh action after militants warn of more attacks – CTV Toronto, April 2015
Deadly attack on Kenyan college – CBC News Now, April 2015
Other coverage from Nairobi
- Chaos as City Park hawkers hold protest over market fire – NationTV, Feb. 2015
- Activists march to the Office of the President to protest insecurity – NationTV, Nov. 2014
- Another woman stripped naked in Nairobi, prompting #MyDressMyChoice protests – NationTV, Nov. 2014
- The litter bug in Nairobi National Park — NationTV, March 2015