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Christine Clark

Christine Clark

Christine is Afternoon News Anchor at 570 News with regular updates on our sister station CHYM 96.7.

She has also spent time as 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

LRT delayed until spring 2019

LRT delayed until spring 2019

It may now not be up and running until April or May
Waterloo-Wellington LHIN launches funding for professional interpretation services

Waterloo-Wellington LHIN launches funding for professional interpretation services

The hope is to make it easier for residents who don't speak fluent English or French to obtain more efficient health care
OpenText buying Liaison Technologies

OpenText buying Liaison Technologies

The deal is still subject to regulatory approvals and closing conditions
October was a wet, cold month according to UW Weather Station

October was a wet, cold month according to UW Weather Station

October was a cold month. Like...really cold.
Halloween Hangover haunts Waterloo Region

Halloween Hangover haunts Waterloo Region

You're not imagining it - there are more sluggish people in the office today dealing with "I ate too many chocolate bars" syndrome
Conestoga College reacts to provincial funding cuts at post-secondary campuses

Conestoga College reacts to provincial funding cuts at post-secondary campuses

The college is responding to news the Ford government is pulling the plug on funding for expansions at three post-secondary campuses. One of those projects involved Conestoga and WLU in Milton
Ranked voting decision in Cambridge up to new council

Ranked voting decision in Cambridge up to new council

Voter turnout was not high enough to make it binding even though 56 percent of voters said 'yes'
Support helpline for Indigenous women expands to Waterloo Region

Support helpline for Indigenous women expands to Waterloo Region

The Talk4Healing support helpline run by Indigenous women for Indigenous women has expanded across the province
Conestoga College celebrates grand opening of Waterloo campus

Conestoga College celebrates grand opening of Waterloo campus

The $58 million project boasts state-of-the-art culinary and hospitality labs, a student-run restaurant, technology-enabled classrooms and a Welcome Centre
Police lay record number of charges during Laurier Homecoming

Police lay record number of charges during Laurier Homecoming

Waterloo Regional Police say 462 charges were laid with 14,000 revelers on Ezra Avenue this year
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