In his more than 20 years with CBC Manitoba Terry MacLeod has established himself as a respected, informed, inquisitive and compassionate presence on the Winnipeg scene. Now, he is waking up with Winnipeggers and helping to get their weekends started at the host of The Weekend Morning Show on CBC Radio One 89.3 FM / 990 AM.
Terry has been involved with a multitude of organizations; from The Teddy Bear's Picnic to The Gimli Folk Festival to the Information Technology Association of Manitoba to The Manitoba Architects Association to The Truth & Reconciliation Commission and is presently on the board of the Gimli Film Festival.
In 2013, Terry received the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medal for his community service and was also awarded the Ihsan Award from Islamic Social Services of Winnipeg in recognition of his work building bridges between communities. He has received a special Award of Merit for his volunteer work with The Canadian Muslim Leadership Institute.
Terry is also the recipient of four Thunder Bay Press Club Awards. And, during his time as co-host of CBC Manitoba's Information Radio in Winnipeg alongside Marcy Markusa, the program won Best Regional Program in the CBC Radio Awards and the Community Media Award from Manitoba Psychological Society.
Terry received his BA (Psychology) in Prince Edward Island where he then went on to start his career with CBC in Thunder Bay Ontario. Terry produced and guest-hosted CBC Radio's hit network show Morningside with Peter Gzowski and guest-hosted CBC Radio Toronto's Metro Morning, Morningside in the Summer, Sounds Like Canada and As It Happens. He worked in Aboriginal language radio with WaWaTa in Sioux Lookout, Ontario and Taqrimuit Nipingat in Salluit, Nunavik. He also hosted for BBC Radio Scotland.
Terry also contributed to Peter Gzowski's The Latest Morningside Papers and had book reviews published in The Winnipeg Free Press, The Ottawa Citizen & The Victoria Times Colonist.