Articles by Sarah Reid
- Calgary non-profit Mamas for Mamas sees demand for holiday hampers triple
- Doctor calls for increased COVID-19 measures in Alberta to avoid past mistakes
- Alberta reports death of child under age 2 due to COVID-19
- New poll suggests Albertans are optimistic that climate change can be prevented
- Alberta Human Rights Commission sees spike in calls during pandemic
- Mounting pressure on Alberta premier as doctors and experts call for his resignation
- Hinshaw says government knew since mid-August hospital demand would rise without provincial intervention
- Temporary pop-up clinics in northeast Calgary hope to boost first dose vaccine uptake
- New vaccine clinic looks to bolster rural immunization numbers in southern Alberta
- New provincial map gives Albertans regional breakdown of vaccine data
- Alberta not expecting shipment of AstraZeneca vaccine after Ontario, Manitoba announce more on the way
- Alberta Health Services no longer recommends second COVID-19 test for 'close contacts' in isolation
- Young Albertans with underlying health conditions now eligible to receive Pfizer vaccine
**As of January 2022, Sarah Reid is no longer with CTV News**
Sarah Reid has a natural sense of curiosity and love of storytelling. She fell in love with TV broadcasting after volunteering at a community station in Toronto.
After hosting a cooking show at the station for two seasons, she decided to pursue a career in journalism. The Toronto native graduated from the University of Western Ontario's Media Theory Production (MTP) program, in the broadcast journalism stream.
Her love of the outdoors and being active took her west, where she completed her Master's of Journalism at the University of British Columbia.
Sarah has always loved sports and has previously worked at Sportsnet, TSN, and CTV Vancouver.
Sarah joined the CTV Vancouver Island team in 2019 as a multi-skilled journalist and moved to the CTV Calgary news team in April 2021.
Outside of work, Sarah enjoys being active, playing sports, exploring local restaurants, and smiling at dogs.