Vanessa Lee is a reporter based in Montreal.
Since joining the CTV National News team in December 2013, she has covered the seniors home tragedy in L’Isle-Verte, and was in Philippe Couillard’s riding the night his Liberals won a majority government, after one of the most vicious election campaigns the province has seen.
After graduating from Carleton University's School of Journalism, Vanessa's first job in broadcasting was at a news talk radio station in Saskatoon. Since then, she was a reporter/anchor in Lloydminster, Alberta, a reporter at Global Saskatoon, the Sherbrooke bureau chief for Global Quebec, a reporter/anchor/producer at Global Calgary, and most recently a reporter/anchor/producer at CTV Ottawa.
In addition to being fluent in English and French, she also speaks Mandarin and Cantonese. She loves to eat, hates to cook, and is a big fan of the Boston Red Sox.