Amy Luft is the Supervising Producer, Digital Content for CTVNewsMontreal.ca, leading a team of digital journalists to provide up-to-the minute breaking coverage, as well as feature and investigative news for CTVNewsMontreal.ca.
After roles at The Montreal Gazette, Reader's Digest and The Associated Press, Amy became a digital reporter at CTV Montreal in 2010.
In 2018, her digital feature: Healing Wounds: Meet The Soldiers Who Suffered Under The 'Gay Purge' was nominated for an RTDNA award.
In 2019, she teamed up with the Concordia University journalism department to create a digital feature to accompany a documentary film about a solar energy project in Kiashke Zaaging Anishinaabek-Gull Bay First Nation. The resulting project, from shore to sky: a reconciliation story, won a national RTDNA Digital Media Award (Large Market) in 2020.
She then served as a digital producer on a similar collaboration, Inukjuak: Arctic Shift to Clean Energy, that won a national RTDNA award for Enterprise Journalism in 2023.
Amy also serves as an election results producer for broadcast specials. She has produced results for the last five provincial election specials for CTV Montreal and served as the Quebec results specialist for the CTV National News federal election specials in 2015 and 2019. She worked as the chief results producer for Noovo Info's first federal election broadcast in 2021.
Amy is an advocate for the rights of people with disabilities. She works with StopGap Foundation with her husband to build and supply free portable ramps to local businesses that are inaccessible to people who use wheelchairs.
Amy is born and raised in Montreal and speaks both English and French.