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Erin Anderson

Erin Anderson

Erin graduated from the Broadcast Journalism program at Conestoga College in April of 2015. During her time at Conestoga, Erin was awarded a position on the Dean's Honour List and also received the achievement of Graduation with Distinction at her convocation.

Erin joined the 570 NEWS team in June of 2015 and contributes as a reporter, anchor, and web editor.

Erin was born in Aurora, Ontario, but has spent most of her life in Kitchener. In her spare time, she enjoys reading comic books and science fiction.

Phone
519-743-6397
Email
erin.anderson@rci.rogers.com
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Recent Work by Erin

Temporary bike lanes to be installed over the next few weeks

Temporary bike lanes to be installed over the next few weeks

The process has already begun
Waterloo resident fined for hosting gathering of more than 10 people

Waterloo resident fined for hosting gathering of more than 10 people

That's still against the rules due to the pandemic
Fatal crashes in Ontario reach historical high

Fatal crashes in Ontario reach historical high

OPP were called to 8,432 crashes in 2019
Waterloo teen loses licence, car after speeding incident

Waterloo teen loses licence, car after speeding incident

He was reportedly driving over 140 km/h on Highway 6 near Second Line
SIU releases annual report, shows 11 investigations into WRPS

SIU releases annual report, shows 11 investigations into WRPS

Two involved deaths
Over 9,000 drivers caught speeding last week: OPP

Over 9,000 drivers caught speeding last week: OPP

Provincial police were out in full force for the Canada Day traffic campaign
Emergency responders called to over 80 overdoses in June

Emergency responders called to over 80 overdoses in June

There were eight related deaths
Over $3.5M approved for bridge replacement in Wilmot

Over $3.5M approved for bridge replacement in Wilmot

The bridge over the Nith River is currently only one-lane and is often closed during flooding events
Former Cambridge councillor passes away

Former Cambridge councillor passes away

Bill Barlow also served as an MPP, and was inducted into the Cambridge Hall of Fame last year
You can't swim in the Fishing Quarry in St. Marys

You can't swim in the Fishing Quarry in St. Marys

The Swimming Quarry across the road is open, but you have to register in advance
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