Hudson Hamilton Mack is a Canadian journalist, best known for his work as a television news anchor. He is currently the news director and chief anchor for A News at 5 and A Vancouver Island Report at CIVI-TV, the local "A" station in Victoria, British Columbia. Originally from Calgary, Hudson has been covering news on Vancouver Island since coming to Victoria in 1985. He joined CIVI in 2004 as Senior Anchor and Director of News and Information Programming, after 19 years as Senior Anchor and Assistant News Director at CHEK-TV. Hudson’s father Clarence Mack, posthumously inducted into the Canadian Broadcast Hall of Fame, had the long-running Calgary morning radio show, "Toast and Marmalade" and his late brother Byron MacGregor pioneered "20/20 news" during his ground-breaking career in radio, at CKLW in Windsor, Ontario. Hudson’s career began in the BC interior in 1980 at CFJC-TV and Radio in Kamloops and CKPG-TV and Radio in Prince George. He is married to his wife, Patty, and they have three children: Rachel, Hamilton and Sheldon. Since joining CIVI, Hudson has led the A News team to more than 30 industry awards. Among them, 17 international Edward R.