Stories covered by Siobhan Morris
- 'Put a little love back': What's behind the $1-billion Queen's Park makeover
- 'Heroic' TTC driver rescues 4 people before GO train crushes car
- Quebec woman sees stolen, damaged Audi for first time since it crashed through Ontario mall
- Why are Toronto grocery stores selling some chicken breasts for nearly $27/kg?
- 'Extreme rainfall' could add billions in costs to Ontario's water infrastructure upkeep: FAO
- Here are 5 things to keep an eye out for as Ontario MPPs return to Queen’s Park
- 'Titanic' staffing crisis leaving at least 14 Ontario hospital units shut down ahead of long weekend
- Most Toronto childcare centres have not yet signed on to $10-a-day care. Here’s why
- Some Ontario long-term care residents still waiting for air conditioning
- This is how the April 1 carbon tax increase will affect gas prices in Ontario
- Ontario has entered the sixth COVID-19 wave, doctors say
- Hundreds march downtown calling for end to racial discrimination in Canada's immigration system
- Researchers urge Ontario government to offer more support for medical lab workers
- New details emerge following crash on Highway 401 that killed five students
- Family of student killed in Highway 401 crash say they learned of his death on Instagram
- Ontario teachers' union, parents express concerns over the end of mandatory masking in schools
- Toronto gas station attendant, owner warn of 'drive-off' fuel theft amid record prices
- Trudeau joins Ukrainian-Canadian community at Etobicoke church
Siobhan Morris joined CTV Toronto as a video journalist in 2022.
Her career began as a reporter and anchor at 610 CKTB in St. Catharines. In 2012, she moved to Toronto’s NEWSTALK 1010. Her love of television storytelling was cemented with a secondment to CP24’s assignment desk in the fall of 2019, which inspired a jump to CTV Barrie in spring 2020.
Siobhan was in the thick of Rob Ford’s chaotic mayoralty, reported on the Yonge Street van attack, and the Danforth shooting. She was on the ground in Humboldt, Saskatchewan after the Broncos bus tragedy and in Washington D.C. for the inauguration of U.S. President Donald Trump.
Siobhan’s work, both silly and serious, has been recognized by RTDNA Canada and the Edward R. Murrow Awards.
Siobhan speaks English and French.