Gloria Macarenko

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Gloria Macarenko in 2009

Gloria Macarenko (born 1962) is a Canadian journalist. Macarenko has been either sole anchor or co-anchor of CBUT's local supper-hour newscast since the late 1990s; presently she co-hosts the current iteration of this newscast, CBC News: Vancouver, weekdays from 5:00-6:30 p.m. with Tony Parsons.

She was raised in Prince Rupert, British Columbia and graduated from Prince Rupert Secondary School. She studied journalism at the British Columbia Institute of Technology.[1] As a journalist with twenty years of experience, she has been nominated for and won many awards including a Jack Webster Award for Best News Reporting in 2002, a Leo Award for Best Anchor in a News Program in 2004 (shared with Ian Hanomansing). She has also been a substitute anchor on The National.

On September 2, 1998, while a substitute anchor on The National, Macarenko first reported news of the crash of SwissAir Flight 111 near Peggys Cove, Nova Scotia.


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