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Coleen Christie is an anchor for CTV News, Vancouver. Coleen’s diverse television experience, including working for the CTV network and in her early career as a producer and creative director, has earned her numerous awards. Beginning her career in 1997 as a reporter, she rose to the anchor position.
Over her career, Coleen has reported on thousands of events including a fatal, charter plane crash at Vancouver International Airport; a BC Ferries crash; a plane crash into a Richmond apartment building; and national coverage of the verdict in the murder trial of Canada’s most notorious serial killer, Robert Pickton. In 2010, Coleen was a key member of the CTV Olympic broadcast team in Vancouver co-anchoring an unprecedented 9-hour, live Olympic Torch Relay through the city on the opening day of The Games.
Born in Halifax, Nova Scotia and raised in Victoria, B.C., Coleen earned a B.A. degree in English and History at the University of Victoria. She is involved with a many charitable organizations including Friends for Life, The Rare Diseases Foundation, The BC Cancer Agency, The Heart and Stroke Foundation, Arts Umbrella, Plan Canada and Orangutan Foundation International. Coleen is also an avid cook, baker and karaoke singer.