Colette Kennedy Bio, Age, Husband, CBC News, Net worth, Salary, Twitter

Colette Kennedy Biography

Colette Kennedy is an award-winning Canadian journalist who serves at the CBC News Network and the CBC Weather Center as a meteorologist. She has managed a successful ten-year career in real estate and has designed and renovated several large projects, she still holds her license today, a passion of hers.

Colette Kennedy Age

Colette is 59 years old as of 2022. She was born in 1963 in Kansas, U.S. However, She has not disclosed details of the date or the month she was born to the public. Hence its not known when she celebrates her birthday.

Colette Kennedy Height

She stands at a height of 5 feet 4 inches (1.62 m).

Colette Kennedy Family

Colette was born in Kansas U.S. but found her way to Toronto through her family’s deep Canadian roots. Gale has managed to keep her personal life away from the limelight hence has not disclosed any information about her parents. It is also not known if she has any siblings.

Colette Kennedy Husband

Colette is very private about her personal life therefore it is not known if she is in any relationship. There are also no rumors of her being in any past relationship with anyone.

Colette Kennedy Net worth

Kennedy has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million which she has earned through her career as a journalist.

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Colette Kennedy Salary

Colette earns an annual salary ranging between $ 45,000 – $ 110,500.

Colette Kennedy Education

She attended Queen’s University in Kingston where she graduated with a specialization in Women’s Studies and of the Broadcast Journalism program at Loyalist College. She is also a proud holder of a Broadcast Meteorology degree from Mississippi State University.

Colette Kennedy Career

Colette joined the CBC News Network and the CBC Weather Centre in 2013 as an award-winning meteorologist. She went on to become the go-to person for all of Canada’s regions, from Vancouver to the North, Ottawa to St. John’s, and Newfoundland. She later joined CBLT as the local Toronto Meteorologist, and she is ecstatic to be a full-time member of the local Toronto News Team and your go-to weather expert.

She continues to lend her support to News Network on occasion, particularly during major weather stories. Colette has also been a part of the HERE AND NOW crew since February of 2017 and enjoys the recurring segment “Toronto the Good,” which she also presents to CBC TORONTO NEWS.

Prior to joining the CBC, she worked for a variety of outlets, including a local ABC station in Topeka, Kansas, The Weather Network, NBC and ABC stations in Baltimore, and NBC in Philadelphia. She has done live reporting during significant storm coverage on CNN and The Weather Channel in the United States. The fact that I can now call Toronto home is the cherry on top!

Her favorite aspect of the GTA is the diverse and cosmopolitan atmosphere. Colette enjoys the hustle and bustle of downtown and resides right in the heart of it, making it a breeze to support her beloved Raptors, Jays, and Leafs! She enjoys writing, and for the Kingston Canadian Film Festival, she created an award-winning short film. Colette enjoys working with animals, particularly fostering dogs. She enjoys spending time with her family and raising awareness about mental health.


Colette has earned the National Weather Association Seal of Approval as well as the American Meteorological Seal of Approval during her career. Aside from that, she studied Film & Television at UCLA. She had a successful ten-year career in real estate, designing and renovating several huge projects, and she still has her license today, a love of hers.

Colette Kennedy CBC News

She currently works at CBC News alongside;

  1. Ryan Snoddon
  2. Farah Singh
  3. Tina Simpkin
  4. Jay Scotland
  5. John Sauder
  6. Tashauna Reid
  7. Saša Petricic
  8. Nil Köksal
  9. Nadia Kidwai
  10. Ashley Brauweiler
  11. Jill Dempsey
  12. Margaret Evans
  13. Kimberly Gale

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