From a young age, growing up near Toronto, ON, Kevin Stanfield always had a penchant for performance, from the living room to the classroom (which got him in a fair share of trouble). It wasn't until a customer from Stanfield's local store told him he had a nice voice that he decided to follow his love for entertaining and enrolled at Conestoga College in Kitchener, Ontario, where he studied and specialized in television, only to start in radio.
After moving back to Ontario from Smithers. B.C., Stanfield became a part-time traffic reporter for a few small stations. Eventually, he landed the job of airborne traffic reporter for Global, watching the roads from a helicopter, occasionally volunteering for television, as well.
Outside of work, Stanfield can likely be found either rock climbing, on a paintball field, playing road hockey or trying out local restaurants.
As the man with his finger on the pulse of Hub City, Stanfield knows where the good eats are.
Check him out on Twitter (@StanfieldGlobal) to: a.) stay informed about the weather in Saskatoon and b.) for a good laugh or two!
Hole in the Wall, about a 15-minute drive outside of Saskatoon, is unbelievable. Sticking a heck of a lot closer (I'm a wing guy), you can never go wrong with Dublin's (in the west), or Maguires in the east! Thursday is Dublin's "wing night" and Maguires recently adjusted it's own from Wednesday nights to Saturdays. You can grab a half-pint and a pound there for a great price!