Selected articles by Luca Caruso-Moro
- 'God's hand of protection': woman dies after major COVID-19 outbreak at defiant Montreal church, family says
- Trans-rights advocates raise alarm over Quebec birth certificate proposal, calling it 'huge regression'
- Residential school survivors, advocates keeping their guard up after bishops' apology
- 'A cenotaph, not a park': updates made to Montreal park honouring the victims of HIV/AIDS
Most recent articles by Luca Caruso-Moro
- Open fires banned near forests in several parts of Quebec
- WATCH: Baby falcons hatching atop Montreal tower
- Quebec trucker subdues runaway injured horse on Highway 40
- Montreal police request provincial backup to offset summer staff shortages
- Man in his 80s hospitalized after major fire at Montreal heritage building
- Quebec Solidaire wants to ban no-pet clauses in rental leases
- Climate change could prolong your seasonal allergies, say Montreal researchers
- Advocates call on Quebec to offer subsidized childcare to refugees
- 81-year-old Que. woman in critical condition after she was hit by a train
- Montreal police are expected to get a raise: here's a snapshot of their upcoming contract
- FOUND: Missing Montreal senior found safe
- Federal language law passes report stage, one Quebec MP dissents
- Quebec police ask for help to find man not seen for days
- Police arrest 3 following handful of arson-related crimes
- Parking meters won't change until the end of the summer, says Plante
- 'It is really devastating': Over 20 boats destroyed in Laval marina fire
- Quebec union condemns 'racist' social media activity from local executive
- Lizzo postpones Montreal show on 'doctor's orders'
- Minor charged following allegations of sexual violence at Quebec high school
- Two young men charged in Montreal attempted murder case
Luca Caruso-Moro is an award-winning print, radio, and television journalist in Montreal, primarily covering crime, policy, health, and municipal affairs.
He was brought into the CTV newsroom during the height of the city’s first coronavirus wave. As the disease spread rapidly, he reported extensively on how the most vulnerable Montrealers were affected. He has continued to report on Quebec healthcare during the pandemic through subsequent waves.
During his time at CTV Montreal, he has worked as both a digital and television reporter, he has also collaborated on special documentary projects covering Indigenous clean energy initiatives in Quebec and Ontario, the latter of which was recognized with an RTDNA Large Market award. His work on other documentaries has also been recognized by major entertainment festivals in North America, including TIFF and the Nashville Film Festival.
Luca obtained his journalism degree from Concordia University, with a minor in law and society.
He speaks English and French.