Joelle Tomlinson | CTV News


**As of June 2023, Joelle Tomlinson is no longer with CTV News Calgary**

Calgary resident Joelle Tomlinson joined the CTV Morning News team in 2017, handling local, national and international reporting, interviews and local anchor duties. She's a jack-of-all-trades on the morning news – covering topics from the opioid epidemic to food and fashion to big-name interviews landing in Calgary. She is also the live in-studio host for the widely watched Calgary Stampede coverage held each July.

Joelle has extensive experience with morning content and live one-on-one interviews. Prior to CTV Calgary, she was a reporter, producer, co-anchor and weather specialist at Global Saskatoon Morning for four years. She was previously a reporter and photographer for the Saskatoon Express.

Joelle holds a Bachelor of Journalism from Ryerson University in Toronto. Her work has appeared in the Saskatoon Express, Global Saskatoon and Huffington Post. She was also involved in Ryerson's mentoring program and appeared on panels at Mount Royal University in Calgary. She has spoken to students about a range of topics – from a career in journalism to more personal experiences such as adoption and the impact of losing her brother to an accidental fentanyl overdose in 2015. She hosts numerous local events, including Canada's Top 40 under 40, the LIVERight Gala, District Ventures Demo Day and numerous charity runs.

Joelle graduated cum laude from Ryerson University in 2012 and was on the dean's list. Joelle was named a Leader of Tomorrow by the Western Association of Broadcasting in 2017.

She speaks English and understands sign language and Spanish.