Patricia Boal Bio-Wiki
Patricia Boal is a famous Canadian journalist, news anchor, and television personality working at CTV Ottawa, as a News Anchor at Six alongside Graham Richardson. Previously, she worked at Newstalk 580 at CFRA station.
Patricia Boal Age, Birthday
Boal is 53 years old as of 2023. She was born in Ottawa, Canada on the 20th of May 1970.
Patricia Boal Parents/Siblings
Richardson was born in Connecticut to Canadian parents and raised in Toronto. Nevertheless, information about her early girlhood is at present unavailable, thus her parents’ names, whereabouts, profession, and whether she has any siblings. This part will be updated soon as reliable Information regarding her family is out.
Patricia Boal Education
As far as her education is concerned, Patricia graduated from McGill University, earning an Honours BA, and subsequently enrolled at Algonquin College prior to starting in broadcasting at 580 CFRA.
Patricia Boal Husband, Children
In regard to her marital entanglements, Patricia is happily married to Gord Wilson, a renowned personality in the world of sports broadcasting. The couple first met at CFRA. Together, they share four children Jessica Wilson, Jake Wilson, Lindsay Wilson, and Kristin Wilson, Boal’s stepdaughter.
Patricia Boal Career and Wikipedia
Boal works at CTV Ottawa, as a News Anchor at Six alongside Graham Richardson. She has a true love for telling stories and breaking news. Patricia was on the desk for live coverage of the tornadoes that struck the Ottawa area in 2018 and was in the flood zone to tell the stories of homeowners under siege in 2017 and 2019. In 2018, CTV Ottawa’s News at Six earned the Bert Cannings Award for finest newscast in a large market, for special coverage of the 2017 floods.
Patricia counts as a career highlight with the chance to interview some fascinating newsmakers such as Canadian singer Corey Hart, Jeopardy host Alex Trebek, and Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson. She reported from the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil, as well as the 2010 Vancouver Olympics and 2012 London. Patricia also reported the 2010 Youth Olympics in Singapore, all for the Olympic News Channel.
She graduated from McGill University, earning an Honours BA, and subsequently attended Algonquin College before starting in broadcasting at 580 CFRA. While at 580 CFRA, Patricia covered the Canadian peacekeepers in Bosnia in 1999, the federal referendum vote in Montreal in 1995, and the Paul Bernardo murder trial in Toronto that same year. She also did sideline reporting for CFRA’s Ottawa Rough Riders broadcasts and hosted Overtime, a weekly show concentrating on the Ottawa Senators on Rogers TV.
Patricia commenced her TV profession as the first Ottawa/Montreal bureau reporter for the Score TV network (formerly Headline Sports), mainly covering the Ottawa Senators and Montreal Canadiens. For two seasons she also hosted Sens pay-per-view games as part of the SENSTV crew. She has formerly held positions with CTV Ottawa ranging from sports anchor to 11:30 news anchor.
Patricia is involved in the community, serving as an honourary board member for STRIDE Assistance for the Disabled. She has hosted charitable events for countless organizations including the Ottawa Hospital, Kaleidoscope of Hope, the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario, the Ottawa Mission, and Shepherds of Good Hope. Patricia also co–anchors the annual telethon for CHEO. She speaks French and English.
Patricia Boal Height
Boal has an estimated height of 5 feet 6 inches equaling 1.68 meters.
Patricia Boal Salary
He has an estimated annual salary ranging from $ 87, 275K to $ 189, 565K.
Patricia Boal’s Net Worth
Boal has an approximate net worth of $ 1 Million- $ 5 Million. Nevertheless, her profession as an anchor is her main source of revenue.
Patricia Boal CTV Ottawa
Boal works at CTV Ottawa with her fellow anchors, reporters, and meteorologists, such as
- Graham Richardson-Chief News Anchor
- Matt Skube-News Anchor