Kate McGillivray

Reporter, CBC Toronto

Kate McGillivray is a jill-of-all-trades at CBC Toronto, working as a reporter in the field and on the digital desk. Originally from west-end Toronto, she began her reporting career in Montreal and Sherbrooke, Quebec and is now thrilled to be home. She likes going places and meeting people.

Latest from Kate McGillivray


A is for Adventure

A picture book by Jan Sebastian Lapierre & Christopher Hoyt.

Mi'kmaw Animals

A picture book by Alan Syliboy.

Dragons in a Bag

Dragons in a Bag is a children's book by Zetta Elliott.

Awâsis and the World-Famous Bannock

A picture book by Dallas Hunt and Amanda Strong.


A middle grade novel by Linwood Barclay.

Two Guns in the Sky for Daniel Harris: Raymond Antrobus' powerful poem on race, disability and police violence

Watch the British-Jamaican poet deliver a powerful performance of a poem from his award-winning debut poetry collection, The Perseverance.

Go Ahead in the Rain

A nonfiction book by Hanif Abdurraqib.

Mind and Matter

Mind and Matter is a nonfiction book by John Urschel.


A poetry collection by Souvankham Thammavongsa.

Machines Like Me

Machines Like Me is a novel by Ian McEwan.

Moccasin Square Gardens

Moccasin Square Gardens is a short story collection by Richard Van Camp.

Searching for Terry Punchout

Searching for Terry Punchout is a novel by Tyler Hellard.

20 books you could give your dad on Father's Day

Whether your dad loves music, food or fantasy, CBC Books has a gift idea for you!

14 books you heard about on CBC Radio this week

Here's a round-up of the best book and author interviews from CBC Radio from June 7-14, 2019.

The Perseverance

The poetry collection by Raymond Antrobus.