Articles by Angela MacKenzie
- Quebec international students in English schools have nearly doubled in past 10 years
- Doll modelled after Canada's first Black female interventional cardiologist
- Quebec floats fast-tracking teacher certification to fill need in classrooms
- Hung up on the price: Madonna tickets go for over $6,000 in Montreal
- 'No animals, no humans': Que. woman who skied solo to the South Pole recounts extraordinary journey
- Verdun seniors say they're being renovicted
- Montrealer creates mini model of the city, complete with orange cones
- Too many free STM buses rides due to broken payment terminals, says union
- Record number of Montreal police officers leaving the force
- City plans to crack down on vacant storefronts along Montreal's St-Laurent Blvd.
- Fungi fanatics: Montreal shop sees surging interest in mushrooms
- 25 years later: Quebec remembers ice storm that plunged province into darkness
- Senior pedestrian struck and killed in Laval while crossing street
- Boy, 16, injured in air gun shooting near Montreal elementary school
- What's gone wrong: More than 800,000 Quebecers wait for family doctor
- Last-minute deal to save Montreal bocce club falls through, but seniors say 'we’re not giving up'
- City of Montreal ready to strike a deal to save seniors' beloved bocce club
- Beets and cauliflower: Quebec's cannabis-infused vegetables are weak competition to black market, expert says
- Applicants looking for flexible work as Montreal job fair offers thousands of unfilled positions
- Meet Jade Raymond, the founder of a Montreal video game studio acquired by Sony
Angela MacKenzie has been reporting for CTV Montreal since 2015, where she started out as a freelancer.
As a videojournalist, she is a jack of all trades, reporting, shooting and editing her own reports, all while trying to tell stories that are both creative and informative.
She’s most interested in covering breaking news, human interest and social justice stories, but she also likes to dive into new challenges, such as covering politics from National Assembly in Quebec City.
During her time at CTV she has covered some of Quebec’s biggest stories, from elections and several spring floods, to the Lac Megantic rail disaster trial, and the manhunt for Martin Carpentier.
She was also part of the team that won an RTDNA awarded for continuing coverage of the 30th anniversary of the Polytechnique Massacre.
Angela holds a Graduate Dipoloma in Journalism from Concordia University, and a BFA from York University in Film & Video.
She is a longtime resident of Montreal, hailing from Cape Breton Nova Scotia and Kingston Ontario.
When she’s not working she loves to travel, garden and search for the perfect cup of coffee.