Patricia Jaggernauth is a Weather Specialist and Remote Reporter for Toronto’s Breaking News, CP24. Since joining the CP24 team in June 2011, the bright and cheerful television personality has quickly gained popularity among the station’s broad viewership base, taking Torontonians through local forecasts and extreme weather events such as the 2013 ice storm. She also takes viewers through various events across the Greater Toronto Area, such as the Scotiabank Caribbean Carnival.
Prior to joining CP24, Jaggernauth appeared on CTV, Global, MuchMusic, SLICE, and MTV, over the past decade. She was a host, writer and producer at Emmy® Award-winning digital television channel BITE TV.
A true fashionista, Jaggernauth founded the online clothing and jewellery boutique, PJ GLAMGIRL. Her pieces have been seen on glam girls across North America, at fashion shows, on films and television and online.
An active member in her community, Jaggernauth often lends her time to notable charitable events, awards and galas across Canada. Jaggernauth has collaborated with the Arrive Alive Drive Sober Charity on a mission of awareness, which aims to eliminate impaired driving in Ontario and across Canada. She is currently featured in a national television and radio public service campaign, singing her original song "Arrive Alive”. In 2016, Jaggernauth was honoured with the prestigious Harry Jerome Award from the Black Business & Professional Association (BBPA). In 2014, she was awarded the Media Tribute Award for her many contributions to the charity.