UPDATE Oct. 2022 Brooklyn Neustaeter is no longer with CTV News.
Toronto-based Brooklyn Neustaeter joined CTV News' national digital team in August 2018. Since then, she has covered some of the biggest stories in the country as a general assignment reporter.
Brooklyn has written features, profiles and news stories covering everything from the Toronto International Film Festival to Canada’s #MeToo Movement to federal politics. She helped lead online coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2019 and 2021 federal elections, as well as the unmarked grave discoveries related to Canada's residential school system. She also spearheaded digital coverage of Queen Elizabeth II's death and the events leading up to her funeral on the ground in London in 2022.
Brooklyn specializes in news stories on domestic and international current affairs, health, politics, business, entertainment and women's issues.
She is a former producer with Bruce Sellery's SiriusXM radio show Moolala: Money Made Simple and previously worked as a web writer with Bell Media’s digital entertainment brands for two years, creating content for MUCH, MTV Fora, Space, and Far & Wide.
Brooklyn holds a Bachelor of Journalism from Toronto’s Ryerson University where she received the Jeff Junke Memorial Award in 2017 for excellence in radio journalism.
She speaks English.
She was a member of the team that was recognized with the 2020 RTDNA Canada Network Award for Excellence in Innovation for the Truth Tracker fact-checking series during the 2019 federal election campaign. The following year, she also shared in winning RTDNA's Breaking News award for CTVNews.ca's coverage of the death of Prince Philip, and an award for Overall Excellence in Digital for coverage of the 2021 federal election campaign and COVID-19 pandemic.