Joey Slattery is a videojournalist with CTV News Northern Ontario in North Bay.
Before joining the CTV News team in February 2013, Joey worked for THE FAN 590 in Toronto as an Associate Producer for their morning show.
An avid sports fan, Joey also is the creator of the 'SIDELINED' web series which looks at sports cities through the fan’s lens.
Joey has reported on many of the major stories in the region – from the ORNGE helicopter crash to both the Ontario and Quebec elections. He also has covered the evacuations of First Nations communities along the James Bay coast.
While attending Laurentian University, Joey worked for KICX 91.7 as a newscaster and a member of it’s tail gate team. He also was the captain of the Voyageurs Lacrosse team for three of his five years of university. Joey graduated with a degree in Communications and also has a post-graduate certificate in Public Relations from Cambrian College.
Born and raised in Timmins, Joey is happy to be in the north reporting on the stories that matter to northerners.
LOCAL, IMMEDIATE, SERIOUS, WEATHER and CONNECTED - these key words drive the CTV Northern Ontario brand. CTV Northern Ontario is committed to producing timely, relevant and accurate news for the north. With 24 experienced photojournalists based at stations in Timmins, North Bay, Sault Ste. Marie and Sudbury, CTV is committed to producing timely, relevant, accurate "news for the north".
Our flagship CTV News at Six is among the highest rated CTV newscasts in the country. CTV has a long history of producing strong ratings throughout its programming lineup.
CTV’s mandate is to ensure our viewing audience is reflected in the diversity of our programming and our people. CTV Northern Ontario maintains a strong commitment to the Aboriginal community through active engagement in sponsorship, news coverage, and community building.
Deeply rooted and committed to the hundreds of communities we serve; CTV Northern Ontario strives to make tangible contributions by playing an active role in community growth and development. This long-standing tradition is exemplified through the continuation of Canada’s longest running telethon for children who are less fortunate.
CTV is committed to the future, nurturing the development of broadcasters, writers, filmmakers, and the producers of tomorrow through the program development fund, internships and bursaries. CTV Northern Ontario is proud to be a part of the lives of Northerners for over 60 years.