Articles by Adriana Zhang
- Calgary police, humane society seize 42 animals in northeast Calgary
- A new seed library encourages Calgarians to grow their own food
- A month's worth of rain expected this week, prompts Bow River flood concerns
- If the weather stinks and the campsites are full, it must be May long weekend
- Long wait at border as restrictions ease for fully-vaccinnated travelers
- Calgary Stampeders get their closeup on NBC sitcom recalling movie star's CFL days
- Former Calgary high school student Clayton Henry leads New Mexico State in March Madness upset
- Cooler, more seasonal temperatures ahead
- Warm but windy week, including double-digit highs
- Eating disorder cases jump among kids at the Alberta Children's hospital
- Blowing snow and blizzard-like conditions Monday morning
- Warm weather comes to an abrupt end Monday night
- City of Calgary crews tackling water main breaks caused by cold snap
- Extreme cold snap continues, temperatures moderate slightly
- Extremely cold temperatures and wind chills across Alberta
- Cold, mild, then frigid end to the week
- Calgary shelters will 'take in anyone' in bitter cold: mayor
- Google Canada supporting free IT training for Indigenous job seekers
- Sunny start to Monday followed by snow, then cold
- Cold start to Monday, milder mid-week
Adriana started her path in broadcast journalism after completing her Honours Bachelor of Science at the University of Toronto. Then, while studying journalism at Humber College, she found her passion for reporting and telling stories.
Her career in the news industry has taken her to different communities across Canada, including her hometown of Winnipeg, Thunder Bay, and now Calgary.
Through her different roles, she's learned to juggle many hats – from anchoring, producing, reporting, to presenting weather and traffic.
Now, as the CTV Morning Live On-Location Segment Host, Adriana enjoys introducing viewers to hidden gems across Calgary.
As a former competitive ice dancer, Adriana's words to live by are, "The show must go on", and she believes the saying couldn't be more true through her experience working in live television.
Adriana is fluent in English and Mandarin.