Michelle Dubé is a Canadian television journalist and news anchor. The co-anchor, with Ken Shaw until January 6, 2020 and with Nathan Downer since, of CTV Toronto's nightly news, she won the Canadian Screen Award for Best Local News Anchor at the 7th Canadian Screen Awards in 2019.
Born in Anaheim, California to Canadian parents who were working there at the time, she grew up in Hamilton, Ontario. She joined Hamilton television station CHCH-DT as a reporter in 2007, and was promoted to anchor in 2008. In April 2009, amid the financial crisis CHCH was facing at the time, Dubé decided to leave the station for a job at CTV Toronto. She left the anchor desk, opting to report for CTV, appearing on both local and national CTV newscasts. Dubé was named the station's new co-anchor on September 15, 2012 following the retirement of Christine Bentley.
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