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Victoria Williston

Victoria Williston

Victoria joined CityNews Ottawa, from our sister station in Toronto, at the end of 2018 to take on the role of morning news anchor. Victoria is community oriented with a passion for telling good stories, from good people. This is evident in her work on non-profits, charities, and grassroots organizations.

Victoria also produces local reports on social causes -- like ending homelessness, and food insecurity. With a strong passion for fundraisers, Victoria is able to raise awareness on issues that affect those in Ottawa, Smiths Falls, and The Valley by using her platform as a respected community journalist.

In her free time, Victoria enjoys crafting home DIY projects and attending stand-up comedy shows -- pre-pandemic of course.

Stay connected by listening to the capital's favourite morning show with Victoria Williston and Andrew Boyle on CityNews Ottawa between 5 a.m. and 9 a.m. on 101.1 FM or 1310 AM. Have a news tip? Send to tips@ottawa.citynews.ca.

You can follow Victoria on Twitter @CityWilliston.

Phone
613-736-2020
Email
victoria.williston@rci.rogers.com

Recent Work by Victoria

Ottawa home sales remain hot amid pandemic, up 51 per cent in March

Ottawa home sales remain hot amid pandemic, up 51 per cent in March

OREB members also assisted clients with renting 1,079 properties since the beginning of the year, compared to 746 at this time last year.
Colin Mochrie plays Ottawa Public Health intern's dad to raise awareness for charity event

Colin Mochrie plays Ottawa Public Health intern's dad to raise awareness for charity event

The comedy star is also raising awareness for COVID-19 public safety measures.
UPDATE: Three Ottawa postal codes prioritized by Ontario government for 50+ vaccine eligibility

UPDATE: Three Ottawa postal codes prioritized by Ontario government for 50+ vaccine eligibility

The province says it expects to receive approximately 3.2-million doses of vaccines in April, but has the capacity to administer 4-million doses.
Prescott-Russell jogger harassed by five young men on bicycles, OPP looking for witnesses

Prescott-Russell jogger harassed by five young men on bicycles, OPP looking for witnesses

Police say the suspects are between the ages of 16 and 20.
More than 100 charges laid by Grenville OPP over Easter weekend

More than 100 charges laid by Grenville OPP over Easter weekend

In one case, a passenger was ticketed for using a bucket as a seat.
Christmas movie shoot heading back to Smiths Falls

Christmas movie shoot heading back to Smiths Falls

COVID-19 safety protocols are expected to be in place.
Ottawa opticians, registered massage therapists among those now eligible for COVID vaccine

Ottawa opticians, registered massage therapists among those now eligible for COVID vaccine

Ottawa Public Health says patient-facing high-priority health care workers can now pre-register for their first dose of the vaccination.
City of Ottawa service changes for Easter weekend

City of Ottawa service changes for Easter weekend

Exact details of the lockdown measures are expected to be confirmed on Thursday, however, patios will have to close while restaurants and bars can still remain open for takeout and delivery.
Act of kindness south of Kemptville makes OPP officer's day

Act of kindness south of Kemptville makes OPP officer's day

The officer got a nice surprise while conducting an anti-speeding program in Spencerville.
Vaccine slots for April fully booked in Leeds, Grenville and Lanark area

Vaccine slots for April fully booked in Leeds, Grenville and Lanark area

Shots available to those 70 and older, through the provincial booking system for the clinics in Smiths Falls, Kemptville, Brockville, and Almonte, are full.
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