Anne Mroczkowski

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Anne Mroczkowski (/mrɔːzˈksk/ mroch-KOV-skee; born July 16, 1953) is a Canadian TV reporter and news anchor. She is the former co-anchor of Global News Hour, along with Leslie Roberts, a job she started on June 1, 2010. Roberts announced Mroczkowski's departure on-air on August 13, 2013.

She is a Gemini-award winning television journalist, beginning her career at Global TV, then moving on to Citytv's CityNews (formerly CityPulse) newscast in Toronto. She was the senior co-anchor of CityNews at Six, with Gord Martineau, from 1987 until she was let go on January 18, 2010 in a round of staff cutbacks.[1]

Born in Hamilton, Ontario to a Polish and Slovak immigrant family, Mroczkowski was raised in Toronto.[2] Divorced from her husband in 2006, she lives in Bloor West Village. On August 13, 2013, co-anchor Leslie Roberts announced on air that Anne would not be returning to the anchor desk after her vacation, and wished her the best in her future endeavours.[2]

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http://www.globaltoronto.com/personalities/Anne+Mroczkowski/3097379/story.html