Natalie Duddridge | CTV Ottawa News


Natalie Duddridge


Natalie Duddridge got her first broadcast journalism job the day after she graduated from Ryerson University's School of Journalism in Toronto.

She was hired as a video-journalist for CTV news in her hometown Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Shortly after she accepted a position as a reporter, weather host and anchor for CTV Sudbury.

Natalie has produced content for a variety of media outlets: including MTV, Much Music, NY1 News, LifeForce TV, Signature Airlines Magazine and YYZ living magazine. Her top career highlights are chasing down breaking news stories as an intern for NY1 News in New York City and working along side Lloyd Robertson during the CTV Vancouver Olympics.

Some of her most interesting interviews include; New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, former CNN Anchor Lou Dobbs, Wyclef Jean, Margaret Atwood, Canadian Supermodel Coco Roche, the Spice Girls, Walter Gretzky, K-os and fashion host Jeanne Bekker.

When Natalie isn't reporting or on the news desk she's traveling around the world with friends, playing soccer, taking a dance class, making music, fostering animals or volunteering for Big Brothers Big Sisters.

Natalie loves being out in the community hearing people's stories. She is thrilled to be sharing those stories - and the news that matters to - you as a part of CTV Ottawa's news team!