Catherine Sherriffs appointed Late News Anchor, CTV Montreal

CTV Montreal announced today the appointment of Catherine Sherriffs to the role of Late News Anchor, effective July 4. A reporter for CTV Montreal’s top-rated newscasts for the past two years, Sherriffs is a familiar face and voice to Montrealers. Additionally, she has spent the past four years as a newscaster on local radio.

“Catherine is a dynamic and skilled journalist who can tackle any story”, said Jed Kahane, CTV Montreal’s Director of News and Public Affairs. “Whether she’s covering hard news or topics that are a little lighter, Catherine has a way of connecting with the audience, and we know she’ll continue to build that connection in this new job.”

Catherine grew up in Morin Heights, Quebec and studied journalism at Concordia University. As part of her new assignment, she will continue reporting for CTV’s flagship supper-hour newscast.

Currently celebrating its 50th year of broadcasting, CTV Montreal was the first private television station in Quebec. Its newscasts have been the top-rated English news programs in Montreal since it began, earning the station its place as a reliable voice for the English community in Montreal.

In its market, CTV Montreal offers supper-hour and late-night newscasts seven days a week, plus a full hour of news weekdays at noon. CTV NEWS with Todd van der Heyden and Mutsumi Takahashi and the entire news team deliver a comprehensive local news and events package, along with national and international news coverage.

CTV Montreal is proud to be known for its charitable work as well as its news programming including its work with Spirit of Giving a Community Action Program, which co-ordinates with six Montreal community organizations to help alleviate poverty in the city. For more information about CTV Montreal visit

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