After a short career in business, Andre Corbeil went back to his true love: sports! He graduated from the broadcasting program at Algonquin College in Ottawa in 2001. Following a year of volunteer work at Rogers Television, he returned to northern Ontario where he became a reporter with CTV Sudbury. Along with his reporting duties, Corbeil filled in as anchor. Four years later, in February 2007, Corbeil moved to CTV Montreal as sports anchor and reporter.
With several friends and family members already living in Montreal, the city and its sports scene was very familiar. He chose "10" as the number for his first-ever hockey team jersey! Corbeil also enjoys the opportunity to put his first language, French, to practical use.
Wanting to share his own great sports experiences as a youngster, Corbeil has helped coach many minor hockey and recreational basketball teams. He was also involved with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada and remains an active supporter of the Serge Payer Foundation for GBS, or Guillain-Barr� syndrome.
Born in Timmins, Ontario, Corbeil studied business administration and television broadcasting at Algonquin College. He enjoys playing a variety of sports such as hockey, basketball, golf and tennis. Music is also one of his great passions. A little known fact about Corbeil is that he was the proud owner and operator of a donut shop in Ottawa.