Robin Gill, Global National’s weekend anchor and British Columbia correspondent, is moving on from the network after 21 years.
Gill is pursuing a new venture as Vice-President of Vancouver public relations agency Talk Shop Media. Her last day on air will be Dec. 19.
Gill started her career at BCTV (now Global BC) as a writer and researcher while still studying Broadcast Journalism at BCIT.
From there, she did reporting and anchoring stints with CTV Yorkton, CBC Vancouver, and A-Channel (now Citytv) Calgary. She initially joined Global News as a reporter and anchor in Toronto in 2000, arriving in the network’s national newsroom in Vancouver in Dec. 2008.
Among the stories Gill has covered over her tenure with Global National are the inquiry into the death of Polish immigrant Robert Dziekanski at Vancouver International Airport, the aftermath of the devastating earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan in 2011, and the Stanley Cup riots.
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