Articles by Chelsea Papineau
- Fire ban issued for Greater Sudbury in effect at midnight
- Complaints about ATVs on pedestrian trails in Timmins have police attention
- 9 active wildfires in northeastern Ontario, highway closed again
- Fire ban going into effect for Elliot Lake, Blind River
- Studded tires must be off the road in northern Ontario May 31
- Small plane crashes at North Bay airport, minor injuries
- Paramedic wins Timmins hospital 50-50 with last-minute ticket purchase
- Driver in critical condition after hitting moose on Highway 69 in Greater Sudbury
- North Bay man charged, swung metal object at family on waterfront
- Best of Sudbury businesses share success stories at annual awards
- Man in critical condition after falling in Ramsey Lake
- CTV News Northern Ontario reporter finalist for two journalism awards
- North Bay police charge 53-year-old man in motel murder
- Sudbury police say missing woman found in good health
- Active investigation at North Bay motel
Chelsea Papineau is the lead digital content specialist for CTV News Northern Ontario and is based in Sudbury.
She creates, curates and publishes content for both the CTVNewsNorthernOntario.ca website and social media.
Chelsea was instrumental in creating the Northern Ontario Fire Updates page during the Ontario wildfires in 2018 and the Northeastern Ontario Riding Profiles page during the last two federal elections in 2019 and 2021, with in-depth information on candidates running in the region.
She has covered stories from the social media response to the Humboldt Broncos crash to the tragic New Year's Day crash that killed three children from the Greater Sudbury area in 2020, as well as ongoing coverage of the COVID-19 case count in northeastern Ontario. She is also is a big fan of stories about wildlife.
Having performed a couple of years on the CTV Lions Children's Christmas Telethon and spending time behind the camera, she now hosts the social media segment in the annual broadcast.
She grew up in Portland, Oregon and studied scriptwriting at Portland Community College as well as acting at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts West in Los Angeles, California.
She has called Sudbury, Ont. home since 2003.
In addition to her love for storytelling, she has extensive experience in business administration and project management.
Chelsea has been teaching the Youth Drama program with Sudbury Theatre Centre on Saturday mornings since 2005.
Being involved in the community and giving back is extremely important to her, so she does a lot of volunteer and charity work. She is currently the co-treasurer of Ridgecrest Accessible Playground and the applications manager and former podcast producer for the Book Love Foundation.
She enjoys reading and is always looking for book recommendations.
Chelsea is fluent in English and understands some French.