Articles by Michele Brunoro
- 1 dead after car crushed between 2 dump trucks in Langley
- 'This has looked like a war zone for years': What's next for Abbotsford’s most dangerous homeless camp?
- A dangerous situation: Why truckers are worried about encampments at B.C. rest stops
- 'I've come back to reclaim my house': Seniors first to move back to Lytton house that survived wildfire
- 'There's nothing going on': No rebuilding underway nearly 2 years after Lytton, B.C. fire
- Announcement of new Langley school sparks questions in neighbouring Surrey
- Evacuation alert lifted in Fort St. John, but dry conditions persist
Michele Brunoro is an anchor, reporter and the Fraser Valley Bureau Chief for CTV News Vancouver.
Having grown-up listening to her parent’s talk-radio shows, Michele knew from a young age that she wanted a career as a reporter. She grew up in the Valley and completed a Communications degree at Trinity Western University before taking the Journalism program at Langara College.
She got her start in the business writing for community newspapers in the Lower Mainland and still believes some of the best stories are found at the community level. She worked as a radio reporter at CKNW and CKWX before moving into television in 1998.
Michele has received regional, national and international recognition for her work, including winning an Edward R. Murrow Award in 2006 for a six-part series on crystal meth and three Jack Webster awards, most recently for being a part of a team covering B.C.’s opioid crisis.
She’s also proudly worked on issues on homelessness in Metro Vancouver on a CTV News series called Dead End Streets and a drug series called Life or Meth.
On her days off, Michele can usually be found in the mountains exploring new trails or at an ice rink watching one of her kids play hockey or ball hockey.
Michele has recieved more than a dozen journalism awards including four Jack Webster.
- Jack Webster Award: Excellence in Feature/Enterprise Reporting - TV/Video for Failing Our Most Vulnerable - COVID-19 in B.C. Care Homes
- Jack Webster Finalist: Award for Science, Technology & Environment for “The 3800 Club - My Journey With Cancer”
- RTDNA: Best digital commentary in B.C. for the blog ”The 3,800 Club”
- RTDNA - Breaking News – Charlie Edwards Award for CTV Vancouver – Wicked Weather: Snowstorm coverage as part of a team of journalists (western region)
- RTDNA - Continuing Coverage - Ron Laidlaw Award as part of team of journalists honored for “The Worst Flooding in a Century”
- Jack Webster Award Finalist: Best Breaking News – TV as part of team of journalists recognized for our coverage of “Wicked Windstorm”
- Jack Webster Award Finalist: Excellence in Feature/Enterprise Reporting - TV for“Dead End Streets - Surrey's Homelessness Crisis”
- Jack Webster Award Finalist: Best Breaking News - TV as part of a team of journalists recognized for “B.C. Underwater - The Worst Flooding in a Century”
- Jack Webster Award Winner: Excellence in Feature/Enterprise Reporting – TV as part of a team of journalists recognized for coverage of B.C.’s Overdose Crisis
- Jack Webster Award Winner: Excellence in Television Reporting for “The tragic story of Serena Vermeersch”
- RTDNA - National – Continuing Coverage – Ron Laidlaw Award for “Who Killed Serena?” – part of a team of journalist recognized for coverage of the tragic murder of Surrey teen Serena Vermeersch
- Edward R. Murrow Award: Best News Series, International Region of the RTNDA U.S. as part of a team of journalists recognized for their work on the series “Dead End Streets”
- Winner of a Jack Webster Foundation Poynter Institute Fellowship
- Edward R. Murrow Award: judged against the regional winners and chosen overall
- Best News Series, RTNDA U.S. for “Crystal Meth” – a six part series
- Edward R. Murrow Award: Best News Series - International Region of the RTNDA U.S. for “Crystal Meth” – a six-part series