Articles for Joanna Lavoie
- Two suspects sought after man stabbed 'multiple times' in Ajax
- York Catholic District School Board votes against flying the Pride flag in June
- Three-year-old boy dies after being pulled from backyard pool in Oakville
- Motorcyclist dead after collision in Scarborough
- 'It's not a fair law' Iranian refugee from North York facing deportation fears persecution
- Two tenants, landlord dead following dispute in Stoney Creek, SIU investigating
- Victim rushed to hospital following early morning stabbing in downtown Toronto
- Pedestrian hospitalized after being struck by driver in downtown Toronto
- 'Devastating': One person killed, another rushed to hospital following double shooting in Vaughan
- Toronto police investigating after gunshots fired in city's west end
- Two people rushed to hospital following Sea-Doo mishap in Lake Ontario at Humber Bay
- Man in custody after woman with 'signs of serious injuries' dies in downtown Toronto
- 'We will never forget him' Toronto murder victim Shalldon Samuda remembered on his 16th birthday
- Victim of 'hate-motivated' incident in Kitchener speaks out, calls for more action to combat hate
- 'She was so carefree:' Family wants answers in death of Toronto woman in Jamaica
Joanna Lavoie joined CP24.com as a digital journalist in May 2022, covering breaking news and social justice issues in Toronto and the GTHA.
A long-time Toronto journalist, Lavoie has covered some of city’s biggest news stories. She has also extensively written about the the GTA's drug poisoning and affordable housing/homelessness crises, and its many other inequities. Several of her pieces have been picked up nationally and internationally.
Before coming to CP24, Lavoie worked for Torstar Corp. reporting for Metroland Media’s Toronto communities division. Her work also appeared in the Toronto Star.
A graduate of Toronto Metropolitan University, she holds a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism with a specialization in broadcasting.
Lavoie also speaks regularly about her work and industry with students, groups, and other media outlets.
A married mother of two young daughters, she is a passionate Latin dancer and acroyogi, and a devoted bonne vivante.
Lavoie speaks English and French.