Thomas Daigle

Thomas produces and shoots his own daily live reports from London and beyond on CBC News Network and contributes to other platforms including CBCNews.ca, The National and World Report. His role has taken him to the streets of Paris and Brussels in the aftermath of the terror attacks and to Windsor Castle during Queen Elizabeth's 90th birthday celebrations.

He joined the London bureau after a successful stint as a national reporter covering the biggest stories in Quebec. Thomas reported nightly on student protests in the streets of Montreal, covered bombshell testimony at the Charbonneau corruption inquiry and was among the first journalists on the scene the day of the Lac-Mégantic train disaster.

Having grown up in a bilingual setting in New Brunswick, Thomas is fluent in both English and French. After graduating from Concordia University's journalism program, he served as a video journalist for Radio-Canada in his hometown of Saint John. He continues to contribute reporting to the CBC's French-language service from abroad. Thomas has also been seen and heard on the BBC and CNN.

Thomas Daigle

Role

Video Journalist

Thomas Daigle

Role

Video Journalist