Reports by Lyndsay Aelick
- Sudbury firefighters busy with several small fires this morning
- Plans for major housing development in Sudbury approved
- COVID-19 levels in Sudbury wastewater are rising, researchers say
- Truth and Reconciliation Day presented by Indigenous Community Collective
- NOSM to study cosmic radiation for the Canadian Space Agency
- Sudbury's Northern Exotics included in investigation of Ontario roadside zoos
- A year later, a look back at the Totten Mine rescue in Sudbury, Ont.
- New technology helping plan the forests of the future in Sudbury
- Transit in Sudbury celebrates 50 years of service with free rides
- Free parenting course being offered at Better Beginnings Better Futures Sudbury
- Multiple women report being drugged while downtown, Sudbury, Ont., police say
- First Nations elders and leaders gather in Sudbury for film premiere
- A busy Saturday night for Sudbury police
- Daycare on Manitoulin Island prepares to close temporarily affecting 25 children
- Sudbury Jazz Festival returns
Lyndsay Aelick is a videojournalist with CTV News Northern Ontario in Sudbury.
She grew up in the small town of Naughton in Greater Sudbury.
Lyndsay first considered a career in Journalism while watching senior anchor Lisa Laflamme on CTV as a teenager.
She then went on to take the Broadcasting-Radio, Television and Film course at Niagara College.
In 2014, Lyndsay was an intern at CTV News Northern Ontario in Sudbury. She knew this wouldn’t be the last time she stepped inside the building, and she was right.
Later that year, Lyndsay began her first job in the broadcasting industry at KICX 91.7 in Sudbury as a weekend news anchor and announcer. She spent the next two years in the radio industry in Sudbury.
In July of 2017, Lyndsay was able to return to CTV News Northern Ontario in Sudbury as a videojournalist.
In her spare time Lyndsay enjoys spending time with family in the outdoors and Photography.
Lyndsay speaks English.