Annette's broadcasting career started in 2000, in the city where she was raised: Windsor, Ontario. She worked as a Reporter/Anchor for AM800 CKLW. Then went on to become the Weekend Newscaster on News Talk Radio 1290 CJBK in London, with her newscasts also airing on Bell's 3 other London radio stations.
Annette made the move to television in 2002 when she joined The New WI (now CTV Windsor) as a Videographer/Anchor. In 2006, Annette joined A-News Ottawa and has held the positions of Videographer, Weekend News Anchor, and now News Anchor of CTV Morning Live.
Annette has covered municipal and federal politics, including several elections.
She has taken stories beyond the headlines by going in depth on topics such as crime and crack use in Ottawa. She also produced and hosted special broadcasts on sensitive topics such as sexual abuse against children, and concussions in sports.
In 2011, she travelled to the Philippines to file stories on the work being done by World Vision.
Annette brings a wealth of experience and credibility to the news desk every morning, keeping viewers in Ottawa and the Valley well informed on the stories of the day and breaking news.
Diploma with Honours in Broadcast Journalism, Fanshawe College
Diploma with Honours in Television News, Fanshawe College
RTNDA Award for a documentary on Juvenile Diabetes
When Annette's not at work she spends time with her husband and two golden retrievers. She is also an active fundraiser and supporter of the Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation and has travelled extensively.