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Amy Legate-Wolfe


Amy started working for CTVNews.ca in 2015 after graduating from a master of journalism program at Western University.

She has written for a number of magazines, newspapers and organizations on everything from employment for people with disabilities, to the emerging use of drones for small businesses and why you can't name your baby "Nutella" in France. She's also covered local and provincial election campaigns for radio and multi-media platforms.

Amy started her career by focusing on health and wellness, writing for a personal injury law firm and a magazine that focused on brain injuries. Before coming to CTV, she interned at the Huffington Post Canada.

Before turning to journalism, Amy earned a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Toronto specializing in history where she was editor of the student run journal the Future of History.