Marcia MacMillan has been part of the CTV News team since starting as a reporter for CTV Toronto in 2005.
MacMillan has covered a wide range of breaking news and major events during her time with CTV News including anchoring during the 2010 G20 in Toronto when CTV News Channel had the highest ratings since its inception. Other highlights include the 2009 Buffalo plane crash for which she won an RTNDA, several Canadian Federal Elections, the 2008 U.S Presidential Election, the assassination of former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto and in 2008 she travelled to New Orleans to report on Hurricane Gustav.
Before coming to CTV News, MacMillan worked as a health reporter and anchor for Toronto 1 (2004) and CHCH TV (2003) where she covered SARS outbreak in Toronto. MacMillan also anchored the news at CKWS in Kingston, Ontario (1998), and worked as a reporter and anchor for MCTV in Sudbury and North Bay.
Originally from Ancaster, Ontario, MacMillan holds a bachelors degree in Political Science from the University of Western Ontario and a graduate degree in journalism from Ryerson University's Graduate School of Journalism.