Mai Habib

Reporter

OFFICE:

962 Pale San Vitores Rd. STE 116, Tumon, Guam 96913

Email:

mai.habib@spbguam.com

Phone:

+1-671-477-0790

Bio

Mai Habib is a radio and television broadcaster and journalist originally from Toronto, Canada. She worked at CTV News and CFRA in Canada for over 5-years, where she was a reporter, anchor and show host. After a brief stop in Canadian politics and the non-profit world, she's happy to be back at the news desk on Guam. Mai is a graduate of Ryerson University's journalism program and completed her Master's in International Affairs and Public Policy at Carleton University. She is excited to be reporting on Guam's current affairs, legislature and other topical issues.

My Articles

Pfizer clears second package of vaccines from second shipment

Over the weekend, the Joint Information Center reported that one of two packages of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines which arrived on December 19 did not...

Plastic bag ban legislation passes

Despite pushback from the business community, the bill banning plastic and paper bags for retailers and wholesalers on Guam passed with flying colors in...

Emotions high as historic COVID vaccinations begin

It was a historic day on Guam as the first of the COVID-19 vaccines were administered at Okkodo High School. And the thought of having...

Governor looking at easing hotel quarantine rules; return to home quarantine eyed

While island residents have done their part to keep the CAR Score under 5 in recent weeks, Adelup announced only a few eased restrictions...

Man arrested after alleged armed robbery at Tamuning Plaza Hotel

A man has been arrested in connection with a robbery call at the Tamuning Plaza Hotel. Police say on Tuesday, officers assigned to the Tumon-Tamuning Precinct...

GDOL prepares to send out payments as unemployment program sunsets

Unemployment benefits on Guam are on their way out for thousands of jobless residents and, in fact, have already sunset for those who’ve been...

Latest News

PDSC says bill to protect identity...

  Senator Frank Blas Jr.'s bill to protect the identity of minors who are victims...

Omicron is on the island. Now...

  At a press meeting, the Department of Public Health and Social Services confirmed the...

GDOE upholds zero-tolerance policy on violence

    The Guam Department of Education came out hard against violence in schools in a...

DPHSS – 385 New Cases; 22...

Preliminary COVID-19 Test Results: 385 New Cases of COVID-19  Today, the Department of Public Health...
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Popular Articles

PDSC says bill to protect identity...

  Senator Frank Blas Jr.'s bill to protect the identity of minors who are victims...

Omicron is on the island. Now...

  At a press meeting, the Department of Public Health and Social Services confirmed the...

GDOE upholds zero-tolerance policy on violence

    The Guam Department of Education came out hard against violence in schools in a...

DPHSS – 385 New Cases; 22...

Preliminary COVID-19 Test Results: 385 New Cases of COVID-19  Today, the Department of Public Health...

GDOE – 70 Students; 17 Employees...

TODAY, GDOE REPORTS 70 NEW COVID-19 STUDENT CASE(S): On Friday, January 21, 2022, the Guam...