Jocelyn Laidlaw, CTV News, Calgary
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Jocelyn Laidlaw

CTV News Calgary Senior Anchor | News at 5



Jocelyn Laidlaw is the anchor of Calgary’s CTV News at Noon and 5pm. A journalist since 1994, Jocelyn has been a reporter, producer and anchor. Over the years she has covered the case of serial killer Robert Pickton, the Queen’s Golden Jubilee Canadian Tour, and the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. She has interviewed celebrities, politicians, community leaders and many regular folks who have their stories and perspectives.

For more than 15 years, she has donated her time to work with the Janus Academy (school for children with Autism) and other charitable causes in our community.

Jocelyn’s hometown is Vancouver, B.C., where she earned a degree in Communications and graduated from broadcast journalism school. Jocelyn speaks English, Spanish and French. She loves to travel and cook.

Jocelyn and her husband spend their free time with their young son, skiing, travelling, and visiting family around the world.

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