Patricia Boal Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth CTV News

By | January 19, 2023

Patricia Boal Biography

Patricia Boal a Canadian journalist, news anchor, and television host co-anchoring CTV News at Six alongwith Graham Richardson. She as well served for over 26 years. She is as well a radio host. For many years, she was the host of Ottawa’s New Country 94.

Patricia Boal Age

Boal was born on the 21st, of May 1970 in Canada

Patricia Boal Height

Patricia stands tall at a height of 5 feet 7 inches//1.7 m

Patricia Boal Education

Patricia enrolled at Glebe Collegiate Institute for high school and later Algonquin College for college. She earned her bachelor’s degree in journalism from McGill University.

Patricia Boal Family

Patricia information about her family background are publicly unavailable, this section will be updated as soon as the information is available.

Patricia Boal Husband

Patricia is marriedto Gord Wilson. The duo first met at CFRA, where they both worked. Patricia was previously aganist by his habit, but later admired his strong personality. The duo served together with their older children to make their family look good.

Gord thereafter joined TSN 1200 as a color commentator for the senator’s radio broadcast withPatricia joined CTV. Gord then test positive for the Coronavirus during the pandemic. Through Facetime, Boal confirmed the news. The family’s situation was difficult, but they were able to overcome it after Gord recovered.

Patricia Boal Salary

Patricia earns an annual salary estimated between $ 70,000 – $ 110,000.

Patricia Boal Net Worth

Patricia’s has an estimated net worth is $1 million.

Patricia Boal Career

Boal a Canadian journalist, news anchor, and television host co-anchoring CTV News at Six alongwith Graham Richardson. She as well served for over 26 years. She is as well a radio host. For many years, she was the host of Ottawa’s New Country 94.

She aires breaking news and was on the desk for live coverage of the tornadoes that swept through the Ottawa area in 2018. She as well aired the stories of flood-affected homeowners in 2017 and 2019.

She as well covered the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil, as well as the 2012 London and 2010 Vancouver Olympics, as well as the 2010 Youth Olympics in Singapore. She covered the Canadian peacekeepers in Bosnia in 1999, the Montreal federal referendum vote in 1995, and the Bernardo murder trial in Toronto that same year


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