Martina Fitzgerald hosts the weekend edition of CBC Radio's World Report.
Fitzgerald has been working in news and current affairs for 20 years. Stops in Belleville and Kingston, Ont. eventually led her to Toronto, where she joined CBC Radio in 2002. From national radio sports, she was soon recruited to work in regional and national news. She has also hosted Ontario Morning and Here and Now.
A strong believer in mentoring, Fitzgerald has taught broadcast journalism and radio broadcasting at Seneca and Loyalist Colleges. She is also a former chair and current member of the Loyalist College Radio Broadcasting Advisory Committee.
Fitzgerald was born in Brockville, and raised in Kingston, Ont.
Producer, World Report
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- Republican House leaders delayed their planned vote Thursday on a long-promised bill to repeal and replace Obamacare, in a stinging setback for House Speaker Paul Ryan and U.S. President Donald Trump in their first major legislative test.
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- More than 10 years after Pluto was demoted from planet to dwarf planet, the debate continues, with leading scientists on both sides becoming more vociferous and maybe a little testy.
- 'The damage is done': Devin Nunes's Trump briefing prompts 'grave' concerns about credibility
- Trust in U.S. congressman Devin Nunes has splintered after the head of the House intelligence committee shared with the Trump administration an intelligence report that said legal, broad surveillance activities might have "incidentally collected" communications with the president.