Kelly Greig is a videojournalist with CTV Montreal, which means she shoots, reports and edits all of her pieces herself. It’s a big job, but creativity is one of the key elements she likes to bring to every report.
She has a BA from Concordia in Journalism and spent one year studying European Culture and Journalism at the Hogeschool Utrecht in Utrecht, Netherlands.
Her areas of interest are breaking news, sports and feature pieces and she’s never afraid to get her hands dirty trying something new.
Her dream assignment is to cover the Olympic Games.
Kelly was born and raised on a dairy farm in Ormstown, Quebec.
CTV Montreal is Quebec’s #1 English language television station. Known to generations of Montrealers by its call letters CFCF, it was the first private TV station in the province, and in 2021, will celebrate its 60th anniversary!
The station launched on January 20, 1961 and was one of the founding partners in the CTV network. From that day on it has been the top-rated English television station in the province.
Its award-winning flagship newscast, CTV News at 6,is hosted by veteran news anchor Mutsumi Takahashi, who has held the position for more than three decades. In 2016, she was honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Radio Television Digital News Association of Canada.
In 2018 she was awarded the Order of Canada
The station prides itself on its close connection to the community, with on-air personalities and other staff members committed to a wide range of charitable activities and community work.
CTV Montreal broadcasts newscasts seven days a week from 5-6pm and 11:30pm-12am. Weekdays it also offers newscasts from 12-1pm and 5-6pm.
For live, local, breaking news coverage, Quebecers turn to CTV Montreal for reliable, credible and comprehensive.
Our website CTVNewsMontreal.ca is among the leading news sources in the province.