Shauna Hunt Biography
Shauna Hunt is a Canadian journalist who serves as a reporter and anchor at CityNews. Shauna has received four RTDNA Awards for team broadcasting and has been nominated for two others.
Shauna Hunt Age
Hunt likes to keep her personal life private hence she has not yet disclosed the date, month, or year she was born. However, she might be in her 40’s.
Shauna Hunt Height
Hunt stands at a height of 1.62 meters.
Shauna Hunt Family
Hunt 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 Shauna has any siblings.
Shauna Hunt Husband
Hunt is happily married with two young daughters, Lennon and Joni. The family of four lives in Mississauga, Ontario.
Shauna Hunt Net Worth
Hunt has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million which she has earned through her career as a journalist.
Shauna Hunt Salary
Hunt earns an annual salary ranging between $ 45,000 – $ 110,500.
Shauna Hunt Education
Shauna graduated from Fanshaw College with a degree in Broadcast Journalism in 2003 and was recruited as an afternoon drive anchor at CKSY-FM radio in Chatham, Ontario.
Shauna Hunt Career
Hunt works for CityNews in Toronto, Canada, and is an award-winning television journalist. Shauna graduated from Fanshaw College with a degree in Broadcast Journalism in 2003 and was recruited as an afternoon drive anchor at CKSY-FM radio in Chatham, Ontario. Shauna was attracted to the big city within a year, joining AM 640 in Toronto as a news reporter for two years before being hired by all-news station 680 News, where she spent six years as a reporter and news anchor.
Shauna made the transition to television in 2011, joining Citytv as an on-air reporter and anchor. Shauna has covered some of the most significant local, national, and international news stories of the past decade, including the G20 Riots, a mass shooting at Toronto Eaton Centre, the Rob Ford saga from election to death, Justin Trudeau’s election, and the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, where Donald Trump was named leader.
Shauna made international headlines in 2015 when she challenged a rowdy soccer fan on national television for sexual harassment. Shauna was named one of 2015’s “Newsmakers of the Year” and appeared twice on the cover of MacLean’s Magazine after the story went viral and made news around the world.
To paraphrase Justin Trudeau, “First and foremost, I want to applaud Shauna Hunt on her bold stand and public humiliation of these individuals. It’s past time for people to wake up and recognize that we need to protect everyone in this country by ending bullying, harassment, and other forms of disrespect.”
Shauna joined the cannabis beat in 2018, as the industry was on the verge of legalization. Her program “The Legal Potcast” charted in the top 200 podcasts on Apple this week, with episodes reaching the top 50. Apple also featured “The Legal Potcast” on their list of new and notable podcasts.
Shauna has won four RTDNA Awards for team broadcasting and is nominated for two more. She currently works at CityNews Toronto alongside;
- Adrian Ghobrial
- Alex Bloomfield
- Asher Roth
- Catherine Jetté
- Colette Desjardins
- Cristina Howorun
- Melanie Ng
- Natasha Ramsahai
- Sladjana Tamindzic
- Mike Leach