Shane Foxman is the former sports reporter for CBC News Vancouver. A Toronto native, Shane graduated from Loyalist College in Belleville, Ontario in Broadcast Journalism.
Shane is no stranger to television reporting. Starting out in Yorkton, Saskatchewan in 1989 on CKOS television, he has worked with a number of stations in Alberta and Ontario before coming to Victoria and finally settling in Vancouver. His early experience working for small stations, where one did a little bit of everything, helped Shane become adept at taking on many roles. He has hosted daily news magazine shows, worked as a Legislative Reporter, News Reporter and Anchor before turning to Sports.
In 1991, Shane won an RTNDA Award for Reporting for his story "It was An Armed Stand-Off". Before joining CBC, Shane worked as the Sports Director for CityTV in Vancouver and Hosted BT (Breakfast Television) for a year on CityTV. His role at CBC started off as temporary in 2006 and in March of 2007 he started filling in daily and became the permanent Sports Anchor in July of 2007.
Shane has lived in Vancouver for nine years. He loves the Canucks and plays in a few local hockey recreational leagues. Shane is very involved with the local Jewish community. He is on the Executive Board for the Jack Diamond Sports Dinner. Shane also teaches night school at BCIT. Shane’s favourite aspects of living in Vancouver include the lack of snow, he never has to plug in his car, and the beach is downtown.
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