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Christine Clark

Christine Clark

Christine is the Morning Traffic Reporter at 570 News with regular traffic and news updates on our sister station Country 106.7.

Over the past several years at 570 News, Christine has been Afternoon News Anchor, Afternoon Traffic Anchor and Reporter at the station.

After graduating from the Media Theory and Production - Broadcast Journalism collaboration program at Western University and Fanshawe College, Christine went on to intern at KGO 810 News in San Francisco.

Although the warm weather and sourdough bread were tempting, all the "gentle people there" couldn't keep her away from her home in Southern Ontario.

Christine and her family live in Kitchener and frequently head down the 401 to visit their extended family in the GTA.

Recent Work by Christine

Road work for the week of September 21

Road work for the week of September 21

Timelines of projects are subject to change
UW offers refresher math course for incoming students

UW offers refresher math course for incoming students

The hope is to help prepare new students who had their education abruptly interrupted by COVID-19 back in March
Kitchener teen hosts 4th annual Ice Cream for Breakfast fundraiser

Kitchener teen hosts 4th annual Ice Cream for Breakfast fundraiser

Money raised will go towards the Make-A-Wish Foundation
United Way WRC launches 2020 campaign

United Way WRC launches 2020 campaign

The United Way team is hoping our community can make some virtual noise
WRPS investigating homicide in Cambridge

WRPS investigating homicide in Cambridge

Police are set up in the Linden Drive area of Preston for the investigation
2020 wasn't a bad year for most local farmers; OFA

2020 wasn't a bad year for most local farmers; OFA

The Ontario Federation of Agriculture says the summer of 2020 saw plenty of sunshine and a decent amount of rain
Chick-fil-A coming to Kitchener in 2021

Chick-fil-A coming to Kitchener in 2021

The restaurant is reportedly set to open on Fairway Road South
Next phase of CMH redevelopment to start this fall

Next phase of CMH redevelopment to start this fall

This includes the complete refurbishment of Wing B, which is expected to take four years to complete
Road work for the week of September 14

Road work for the week of September 14

Timelines of projects are subject to change
Canadians not likely to fly south this winter

Canadians not likely to fly south this winter

That according to a professor at the University of Guelph who says people are still very anxious to fly
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