Heather Hiscox Bio, Age, Family, Husband, CBC News, Net worth, Salary, Twitter

Heather Hiscox is an award-winning Canadian journalist who hosts CBC News Now from 6 to 10 a.m. on weekdays on CBC News Network.

Heather Hiscox Biography

Heather Hiscox is a Canadian award-winning journalist who hosts CBC News Now from 6 to 10 a.m. on weekdays on CBC News Network. She was the host of CBC News: Morning, the CBC’s former flagship morning television program, which was absorbed into CBC News Now.

Heather Hiscox Age

Hiscox is 56 years old as of 2022. She was born on 18 November 1965, in Owen Sound, Canada. She celebrates her birthday on 18th November every year.

Heather Hiscox Height

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

Heather Hiscox Family

Hiscox was born in Owen Sound, Ontario, and was brought up in a medical family.  When she was 16 years old, she won the Miss Teen Canada pageant in 1981. She has managed to keep her personal life away from the limelight hence she has not disclosed any information about her parents. It is also not known if she has any siblings.

Heather Hiscox Husband

Hiscox is happily married to the love of her life, Dr. Martin Goldbach, a heart surgeon. However, not much is known about her husband as she has kept his details off the limelight.

Heather Hiscox Net worth

Hiscox has an estimated net worth is $1.3 million which she has earned through her career as a journalist.

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Heather Hiscox Salary

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

Heather Hiscox Education

Hiscox graduated from the University of Toronto with an Honors BA in French language, literature, and translation. She holds a Master’s degree in journalism from Western University in London, Ontario, from which she got an honorary Doctor of Laws degree in October 2011.

Heather Hiscox Career

Hiscox began her career in broadcasting in 1982 at a radio station in Owen Sound, Ontario, where she grew up. She began her career in radio during her time at university and for the first few years after graduation, before transitioning to television in 1991. In Southwestern Ontario, Toronto, Halifax, and Montreal, she worked as a reporter and anchor.

Hiscox is the host of CBC News Network’s MORNING LIVE, where she provides viewers with all the information they need to get their day started. It’s an exciting, dynamic show, and Hiscox is pleased to be at the center of it, reporting the essential stories, speaking with the newsmakers, and, when the situation warrants, taking the show to the scene of the crime.

Hiscox has taken viewers to the Humboldt bus tragedy in Saskatchewan in 2018, the Quebec City mosque shooting, the terror attacks in Ottawa and Paris, the RCMP shootings in Moncton, New Brunswick, and many other big news events, drawing on her prior considerable experience as a network reporter. She has covered both Prince William and Prince Harry’s weddings, as well as Queen Elizabeth’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations, and has led CBC News coverage of eight consecutive Olympic Games.

Following three previous nominations, she won the Canadian Screen Award for Best National News Anchor in 2018. She is also a three-time Gemini nominee for Best Host and Best News Anchor. Morning Live on the CBC News Network has been nominated for a 2021 Canadian Screen Award in the category of “Best Morning Show.”

Hiscox was out in the field before she moved inside the morning studio. She worked as a reporter for CBC News: The National for three years in Toronto, and she also traveled internationally for the program, covering foreign stories. She’s also spent a lot of time in the CBC’s Washington and London bureaus. Hiscox currently hosts CBC News Now from 6 to 10 a.m. on weekdays alongside;

  1. Scott Peterson
  2. Suhana Meharchand
  3. Zulekha Nathoo
  4. Steven D’Souza
  5. Jill Dempsey
  6. Margaret Evans
  7. Kimberly Gale
  8. Colette Kennedy
  9. Ashley Brauweiler
  10. Ryan Snoddon
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