Mike Wise

Host, CBC Toronto News at 11

Mike Wise is the anchor of CBC Toronto News at 11. Mike grew up in Brampton, but now calls North York home. He started at CBC when he was just 17 years old, as part of a high-school Co-Op placement. Mike is married and teaches journalism part-time at Humber College.

Latest from Mike Wise

'Enchanting orb' as part of new exhibit on moon draws visitors to Toronto museum

A giant sculpture of the "enchanting orb" known as the moon is drawing visitors to the Aga Khan Museum in Toronto.

New U of T exhibit shows what classic tales of monsters can teach us today

A new exhibit at the University of Toronto explores why monster stories have been so popular through the ages

Ontario parties get aggressive with online ads in election campaign's final weekend

With only days left on the campaign trail, Ontario's major political parties are aggressively targeting voters online in the final weekend of the election campaign.

They want you to vote, but they're not political parties

Ontario Proud and Leadnow.ca are taking different approaches to motivate voters to head to the ballot box next week.

Leaders' debate was just as fierce on the social media stage

Sunday's leaders' debate capped the busiest day of election-related traffic Twitter Canada has seen since the campaign officially started.

How a 9/11 Truther may be influencing which Ontario election videos you see

He's a YouTube user who puts salacious titles and grabby headlines on otherwise innocuous videos, but he gets more views than many professional news organizations.

Vote Compass: Should only government-run stores sell weed?

A Vote Compass survey finds those difference don't necessarily break down along party lines.

Why the Liberals are making their ads hyper-local - and Wynne-free

As election lawn signs start sprouting on the streets where you live, there are more online ads starting to narrow their focus to where voters live as well.

Ontario aims to tame the 'Wild West' of 3rd party election advertising

Elections Ontario expects advertisers to register if they take out more than $500 in political ads this campaign.

'Taking matters into his own hands': Doug Ford's media strategy includes his own reporter

The Ontario PCs are using political staff to file online TV 'reports' about Doug Ford as he campaigns in the provincial election.

Brampton Centennial has built a memorial to help the 1975 school shooting survivors heal

Students who lived through one of North America’s first high school mass shootings will gather today to unveil a memorial aimed at helping to heal their memories of the event, 42 years later.

How Toronto could become a destination for tourists who love to run

With two marathons and numerous races, councillor Mary Fragedakis says Toronto is missing an opportunity to sell itself as a runner's destination.

Pay-what-you-can Soup Bar serves meals made of food once destined for the dump

Chef Jagger Gordon wants to help tackle hunger in Toronto by finding creative ways to serve food that was otherwise destined for the landfill.

Students, parents worry TCDSB boundary proposal would restrict access to specialty programs

The Toronto Catholic District School Board wants to adopt fixed admission boundaries for its secondary schools. Parents worry that may restrict students' choices.

City's largest yard sale will take over much of the Danforth next month

A yard sale that stretches from Jones Avenue in the west to Dawes Road in the east, and north from the GO Train tracks to just past Cosburn Avenue, will take place June 10.