Chris Glover

CBC News Reporter

Chris Glover has been a reporter, anchor and producer with CBC News for a decade. He’s an award winning storyteller, who has travelled the country in search of fascinating characters with compelling stories to share on TV, radio and online. A series he helped spearhead at CBC Toronto, No Fixed Address, won a national RTDNA award in 2017 and the municipal election special he anchored in 2018 was just nominated for an RTDNA award for best live special.

Latest from Chris Glover

Ontario cabinet minister calls Russia a 'terrorist state'

An Ontario cabinet minister called Russia a "terrorist state" this week, saying more than 39,000 Ukrainians displaced by the Russian war with Ukraine have come to Ontario to settle.

Toronto street nurse calls for 'wartime effort on homelessness' as she closes book on long career

Cathy Crowe is calling for a "wartime effort on homelessness" as she closes the book on a career that has lasted decades.

Toronto to step up efforts to pick up dead raccoons amid distemper outbreak

The city says it will take "immediate action" to ensure dead raccoons on Toronto streets will be picked up in a timely manner amid an outbreak of distemper.

Mayor Bonnie Crombie renews call for Mississauga to separate from Peel Region

Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie is renewing her call for the city to separate from Peel Region, saying it is time as she campaigns for re-election.

Man wanted in romance scam investigation now in custody in Quebec after arrest in Ontario

A man wanted in a romance scam investigation is now in custody in Quebec after he was arrested north of Toronto this week.

TDSB votes to boost access to specialized schools, programs by changing admissions policy

The Toronto District School Board decided on Wednesday to change its admissions policy for specialized high schools and programs to make them more accessible to all students.

Toronto clothing store vandalized after displaying letter Z, a symbol seen as pro-Russian

Toronto police are investigating after a clothing shop window was smashed and red paint was splattered in front of its door early Tuesday in what may be a reaction to the display of a symbol that's seen as pro-Russian.

Measures in federal party platforms 'not enough' to curb GTA's soaring housing prices, expert warns

With the release of the federal Liberals' election platform on Wednesday, all three of the country's major parties have set out their key promises to Canadians. But one expert doesn't think much of their measures to make housing more affordable.

Toronto pledges to help resettle Afghan refugees expected to come to Canada to build new lives

Toronto will help the federal government resettle the large numbers of Afghan refugees expected to arrive in the GTA, city officials say.

Gym, fitness workers hold outdoor workouts in protest of provincial restrictions

Several gym and fitness studio owners are organizing outdoor workouts in protest of the Ontario government's ban on outdoor fitness classes.