Lisa LaFlamme biography and facts

Journalist

Lisa LaFlamme (born July 25, 1964) is a Canadian television journalist, and currently the chief anchor and senior editor of CTV National News. LaFlamme previously served as the news international affairs correspondent and substitute host for CTV National News. On July 9, 2010, CTV announced that LaFlamme would be replacing retiring anchor Lloyd Robertson as chief anchor and senior editor of CTV National News, in mid-2011. Past roles include serving as the co-host on Canada AM between 2001–2003, parliamentary correspondent for CTV News between 2000 and 2001, CTV News Channel evening anchor between 1998–2000, consumer reporter for CTV News 1997–1998, weekend anchor and reporter for CTV News Channel, 1997–1998 and reporter and news anchor for CKCO in Kitchener, Ontario between 1991–1997, and a radio news reporter for CFCA-FM and CKKW between 1989–1991. (All of the preceding media outlets are now CTVglobemedia properties.) LaFlamme graduated from the University of Ottawa. She received an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario in 2006. LaFlamme's first broadcast as chief anchor and senior editor of CTV National News aired on September 5,  ( Wikipedia )

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Personal facts

Date of birth
1964-07-25
Place of birth
Kitchener
Profession
Journalist, TV Anchor

Employment

Company Job title From To
CTV Television Network News Presenter

Education

Institution From To
University of Ottawa

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