Stories by Angela Gemmill
Angela Gemmill is a videojournalist for CTV Northern Ontario based in Sudbury.
Gemmill was born and raised in the town of Perth in eastern Ontario.
Her passion for storytelling started early with a love for writing, reading stories out loud and watching the nightly news with her father.
She has a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree from Trent University and a broadcast journalist diploma from Loyalist College.
Angela started her journalism career in 2000 at a radio station in Pembroke. She made career stops in Brockville and Smiths Falls before moving to Sudbury in 2005.
She has worked for CBC and Rogers Radio.
In 2022, she uncovered a housing issue involving international students who were being taken advantage of and living in unsafe and unhygienic conditions.
After spending more than 20 years in radio news, Angela decided to make the jump to video journalism and joined CTV News in November 2023.
She is an active member of her church and volunteers as an elder, as well as with the audio/visual tech team.
In her spare time, Angela enjoys hiking, working out and spending time with family and friends.
She is fluent in English.
Angela was nominated for a Radio Television Digital News Association of Canada (RTDNA) award in 2019 for her coverage of the Coroner’s Inquest into the 911 Lake Wahnapitae boating tragedy.