Mai Habib

Reporter

OFFICE:

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

Email:

[email protected]

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 as 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

Chamber not satisfied with Adelup plan; Governor says Chamber not offering solutions

The Guam Chamber of Commerce says it’s not satisfied with the Governor’s “TEAM Guam” economic assistance plan meant for businesses trying to survive the...

Guam 911 dispatch center to be fully staffed

Guam's 911 dispatch center should be fully staffed by the end of this summer. Cherika Chargualaf, the Guam Fire Department's acting spokesperson, told PNC News,...

Governor asks doctors to work with GovGuam in allaying coronavirus fears

Governor Lou Leon Guerrero addressed the Guam Medical Association Thursday night, asking doctors in the room to work with the government, and not against...

Guam Women’s Chamber holds ‘Women Rising’ leadership conference

Guam's female business leaders gathered Thursday for the 5th annual Guam Women's Chamber leadership conference. Around 320 participants packed the Dusit Thani ballroom to watch...

Guam updates pandemic response plan in preparation for coronavirus

It was standing room only at the Pacific Star hotel today as key players on Guam gathered to update and fine-tune the island's pandemic...

1 dead as car crashes into pole in Dededo

One person is dead after a fatal crash late Tuesday night in Dededo. It happened just before midnight near the intersection of Macheche Road in...

Latest News

14 new confirmed COVID-19 cases

The Joint Information Center has reported 14 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 on island. Of...

Coast360 closing Maite member center after...

Coast360 is closing its Maite member after learning that an employee from the Maite...

Lawsuit filed against USEPA for failure...

Conservation groups have sued the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for failing to clean up...

$3.8 million in tax refunds being...

The Department of Revenue & Taxation says it has processed another 1,210 2019 tax...
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Popular Articles

14 new confirmed COVID-19 cases

The Joint Information Center has reported 14 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 on island. Of...

Coast360 closing Maite member center after...

Coast360 is closing its Maite member after learning that an employee from the Maite...

Lawsuit filed against USEPA for failure...

Conservation groups have sued the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for failing to clean up...

$3.8 million in tax refunds being...

The Department of Revenue & Taxation says it has processed another 1,210 2019 tax...

DRT main office closed this Saturday;...

The Guam Department of Revenue and Taxation (DRT) announced the following hour changed for...