Lindsey Deluce, News Anchor, CP24 Breakfast

Lindsey Deluce

News Anchor

Lindsey Deluce is the News Anchor for CP24 Breakfast and Anchors CP24's morning news weekdays. She joined CP24 in June 2009, as a Remote Host and Anchor for CP24.

Deluce has demonstrated her keen ability to get the story. She covered the Federal Election 2011 live from Michael Ignatieff's campaign headquarters. She captured the mayhem of the G20 protests on the streets of Toronto in 2010, and got the dirt on the City of Toronto garbage strike in 2009.

In 2006, Deluce graduated with a post graduate diploma in Broadcast Journalism from Seneca College at York University. She was the recipient of the award for best overall radio and television newscaster.

After completing her Broadcast Journalism diploma, Deluce moved to Halifax, Nova Scotia to experience this unique part of Canada, shortly after she was hired by CTV Atlantic as a Reporter/Anchor. After two and a half years reporting the top stories of the Maritimes Lindsey took the opportunity to return to Toronto as a Remote Host and Anchor for CP24.

Deluce is always up for the next adventure. While still in school she acquired her Scuba Diving Licence and her Private Pilot's Licence. Deluce has a passion for the arts. She studied drama at Oxford University, England; at Rodean School in Johannesburg, South Africa; and at Circle in the Square Theater School in New York City, U.S.A. In 2002, she completed a Bachelor of Arts degree in Film and Sociology from Queen's University.

Deluce volunteers her time with Habitat for Humanity. She also hosts several charity events throughout the year. Follow her on twitter @LindseyDeluce