Jessica Vomiero, Global News

Jessica Vomiero

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Toronto, ON, Canada

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Past articles by Jessica:

Dorian on pace to brush Halifax and Nova Scotia: Here’s what you need to know

The Canadian Hurricane Centre says the most likely path would see Dorian pass just south of the Maritimes on Saturday, pushing through eastern Nova Scotia later in the day. → Read More

Dorian inches north towards the Carolinas with an eye to Atlantic Canada this weekend

After several days of hovering over the Bahamas and leaving massive damage in its wake, hurricane Dorian appears to be finally moving on. But where is it going? → Read More

What are the warning signs of a recession? Experts say inflation, political turmoil, fear

We asked experts to list the key indicators that a recession is on the way, and whether or not those indicators are present in the market today. Here's what they said. → Read More

Reality Check: Statue of Liberty poem was written to welcome Jewish refugees, experts say

While experts say there are a number of interpretations of the poem inscribed on the foot of the Statue of Liberty, they agree that Ken Cuccinelli's is not one of them. → Read More

Police reportedly go undercover as protesters in Hong Kong, fire tear gas into enclosed subway

Video clips show armed officers wearing black tops and gas masks emerging from crowds and allegedly violently restraining protesters on the ground using batons. → Read More

Accusers look to civil suit against estate after Jeffrey Epstein dies in apparent suicide

While the criminal suit against the former hedge fund manager will be dropped because no one else was charged, many civil suits will likely continue. → Read More

Instagram influencer racked up $10K in debt for online fame, and Canadians aren’t immune

Lissette Calveiro was spending to build up followers on Instagram. What she didn't realize was how much credit card debt she built up along the way. → Read More

Mourners sing ‘Hallelujah’ at Dayton, Ohio vigil to honour victims of mass shooting

Video of the scene depicted people raising their fists and waving signs reading, "We are tired of vigils!" and "What do we want? Gun control! When do we want it? Now!" → Read More

10 killed in Ohio during second mass shooting in U.S. within 24 hours

According to a press conference given by Mayor Dayton Nan Whaley, at least 26 others were injured, but no details about the victims were released. → Read More

Police responding to active shooter in El Paso, Tex.: officials

Civilians in the area posted on social media that the incident took place inside a Walmart. This information has not been confirmed by police. → Read More

Can you recession-proof yourself? Experts say there are ways to avoid the worst

Here are some strategies for protecting your finances ahead of a possible dip in the market. → Read More

RCMP going door to door in Gillam, Man., in search of information on B.C. murder suspects

The military has been called in to give the Mounties air support in combing the unforgiving terrain around Gillam, Man. → Read More

Extra personnel, drones join RCMP search for B.C. murder suspects in northern Manitoba

RCMP search the rugged terrain of northern Manitoba for B.C. murder suspects Bryer Schmegelsky and Kam McLeod. → Read More

RCMP investigating photos of B.C. murder suspects, Nazi paraphernalia

Bryer Schmegelsky, 18, and his longtime friend Kam McLeod, 19, are on the run from police after being charged by RCMP with second-degree murder in the death of Leonard Dyck. → Read More

Big Banks vs. Big Tech: Are internet giants poised to take over the financial system?

The IMF report outlines three potential scenarios for the relationship between big tech and commercial banks; coexistence, complimentary and takeover. → Read More

Breaking down Trump’s tweets about ‘The Squad’: Here’s why experts say they’re problematic

This past Sunday, U.S. President Donald Trump posted a number of tweets that sent shock waves through Congress and across the internet. → Read More

RCMP appeal to public for information after 2 tourists found dead off northern B.C. highway

The RCMP have appealed to the public for help in identifying a blue 1986 Chevrolet van with Alberta licence plates that is believed to be connected to the murders. → Read More

Carrot prices have jumped 30% since February. Here’s why

Food prices, in particular, food that "comes out of the ground" are subject to weather conditions. → Read More

Trump attacks liberal Democratic congresswomen, tells them to leave the U.S.

The president concluded his barrage of tweets by suggesting that these congresswomen should go back to these countries, repair their governments and then "come back and show us how it is done." → Read More

B.C. earthquakes remind residents to look ahead to ‘The Big One’

For years, experts have warned the Pacific Northwest region is due for a major earthquake, potentially reaching a magnitude of 9.0. → Read More