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Encyclopedia > The Weather Network
The Weather Network
Launched September 1, 1988 (as WeatherNow)
May 1, 1989 (as The Weather Network)
Owned by Pelmorex Media Inc.
(Pelmorex Investments Inc.- 70%
Landmark Communications- 30%)
Country Canada
Broadcast area National
Headquarters Oakville, Ontario
Website theweathernetwork.com
Availability
Satellite
Bell ExpressVu Channel 505
Star Choice Channel 398
Cable
Available on most Canadian cable systems Check local listings

The Weather Network (TWN) is a Canadian English language cable television specialty channel that provides weather information 24 hours a day. The channel is similar to the American service, The Weather Channel, but is owned and operated by a Canadian company, Pelmorex. In turn, Pelmorex is also partly owned by the same company, Landmark Communications, that owns and operates The Weather Channel. is the 244th day of the year (245th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 1988 (MCMLXXXVIII) was a leap year starting on Friday (link displays 1988 Gregorian calendar). ... is the 121st day of the year (122nd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 1989 (MCMLXXXIX) was a common year starting on Sunday (link displays 1989 Gregorian calendar). ... Pelmorex is a Canadian broadcast group. ... Landmark Communications is a privately-held media company specializing in cable television, broadcast television, print publishing, and internet publishing. ... Oakville (2006 population 165,613[2]) is a town on Lake Ontario in southern Ontario, Canada, midway between Toronto (about 31 km or 19 mi away) on its eastern border and Hamilton (about 20 km or 12 mi away) from its western border. ... Bell ExpressVu is the division of Bell Canada Enterprises that provides satellite television service across Canada. ... Star Choice is a direct broadcast satellite television distributor in Canada which is majority-owned by cable TV operator Shaw Communications Inc. ... The English language is a West Germanic language that originates in England. ... Coaxial cable is often used to transmit cable television into the house. ... A specialty channel or specialty service is a television channel, generally not available through conventional broadcast television, which consists of programming focused on a single type or targeted at a specific demographic. ... The Weather Channel (TWC) is a cable and satellite television network that broadcasts weather and weather-related news 24 hours a day. ... Pelmorex is a Canadian broadcast group. ... Landmark Communications is a privately-held media company specializing in cable television, broadcast television, print publishing, and internet publishing. ...


Based in Oakville, Ontario, The Weather Network also operates a French language channel called MétéoMédia. The station also has a separate feed for the Greater Toronto Area, much like MétéoMédia's separate feed for Metropolitan Montreal, Quebec. An audio-only simulcast of the channel is also broadcast on Sirius Canada. Oakville (2006 population 165,613[2]) is a town on Lake Ontario in southern Ontario, Canada, midway between Toronto (about 31 km or 19 mi away) on its eastern border and Hamilton (about 20 km or 12 mi away) from its western border. ... French (français, langue française) is one of the most important Romance languages, outnumbered in speakers only by Spanish and Portuguese. ... MétéoMédia is a 24 hour Canadian French language cable television specialty channel and web site, which provides accurate weather information 24 hours a day. ... A map of Torontos Census Metropolitan Area, which contains a large portion of the Greater Toronto Area. ... Nickname: Motto: Concordia Salus (well-being through harmony) Coordinates: , Country Province Region Montréal Founded 1642 Established 1832 Government  - Mayor Gérald Tremblay Area [1][2][3]  - City 365. ... This article is about the Canadian province. ... Sirius Canada is a Canadian partnership between Standard Broadcasting, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and Sirius Satellite Radio, which was one of three services licensed by the CRTC on June 16, 2005 to introduce satellite radio service to Canada. ...


Pelmorex employs its own in-house meteorologists to make forecasts and graphical weather products. Pelmorex meteorologists use an in-house technology called Pelmorex Forecast Engine or PFE. Pelmorex also uses PMX, a proprietary system that can localize weather forecasts for up to 1,200 centres across Canada. PMX is a technology used by The Weather Network to generate local weather information to 1200 different centres across Canada. ...


On January 3, 2008, it was reported that the family-owned Landmark Communications, owner of its share of The Weather Network, may be for sale.[1]

Contents

History

Early years (Montreal, Quebec)

WeatherNow logo used from September 1, 1988 - April 30, 1989.

The Weather Network began on September 1, 1988 as WeatherNow. In the early years, the station had been noted for the number of technical difficulties since TWN and MétéoMédia shared a single television signal -- the two originally shared an analogue transponder on one of the Anik satellites, with computer-generated local forecasts airing on one while the video feed of a live forecaster or TV commercials aired on the other. The channel gained its present name on May 1, 1989. The two stations began to run separately starting in the mid-1990s, while both were still based in Montreal. Initially, a separate 'network' was set up for MétéoMédia subscribers in the Montreal area, while the shared satellite signal remained in other parts of the country. Image File history File links Download high-resolution version (1600x1200, 141 KB)Source: WeatherNow This is a logo of a television station, network, corporation, or other organization, and is protected by copyright and/or trademark. ... Image File history File links Download high-resolution version (1600x1200, 141 KB)Source: WeatherNow This is a logo of a television station, network, corporation, or other organization, and is protected by copyright and/or trademark. ... Analog television (or analogue television) encodes television and transports the picture and sound information as an analog signal, that is, by varying the amplitude and/or frequencies of the broadcast signal. ... An Ontario Highway 407 toll transponder In telecommunication, the term transponder (short-for Transmitter-responder and sometimes abbreviated to XPDR, XPNDR or TPDR) has the following meanings: An automatic device that receives, amplifies, and retransmits a signal on a different frequency (see also broadcast translator). ... The Anik satellites are geostationary communications satellites launched by Telesat Canada for television in Canada. ... U.S. military MILSTAR communications satellite A communications satellite (sometimes abbreviated to comsat) is an artificial satellite stationed in space for the purposes of telecommunications. ... Prediction of future events is an ancient human wish. ... For other uses, see Video (disambiguation). ... The word feed has a number of uses: Feeding is supplying food. ... From the earliest days of the medium, television has been used as a vehicle for advertising in some countries. ...

Early map from The Weather Network, May 29 1989.
Early map from The Weather Network, May 29 1989.

Local forecasts were generated using the same systems owned by The Weather Channel in the U.S. called WeatherStar.[2] TWN began using its own systems called PMX in 1997 which is still in use today. Image File history File links Download high-resolution version (1600x1200, 180 KB)Primary Source: The Weather Network Secondary Source: via 1989 CCTA National Cable Awards show promo video This image is a screenshot of a copyrighted television program or station ID. As such, the copyright for it is most likely... Image File history File links Download high-resolution version (1600x1200, 180 KB)Primary Source: The Weather Network Secondary Source: via 1989 CCTA National Cable Awards show promo video This image is a screenshot of a copyrighted television program or station ID. As such, the copyright for it is most likely... WeatherStar is the name of the technology used by The Weather Channel (TWC) to generate their local forecast segments (such as Local on the 8s) on cable TV systems nationwide. ...


The Weather Network launched its web site in 1996.


May 1998 – November 2005 (Mississauga, Ontario)

On Saturday, May 2, 1998, The Weather Network started broadcasting nationally from its Mississauga studio (1 Robert Speck Parkway, Mississauga, Ontario) after relocating from Montreal. Many new presenters had arrived at this time including Anwar Knight, Kim MacDonald, and Rory O'Shea. Kim MacDonald is a CMOS certified The Weather Network morning anchor. ...


The Weather Network launched its redesigned web site in September 1999, promising users a more dynamic and integrated web experience. New content such as regularly updated severe weather warnings, a national weather map illustrating current conditions, course-specific golf forecasts, ski resort conditions, as well as UV, air quality, and pollen forecasts were incorporated in the new web site.[3]


In late 2001, the network made a number of significant changes. The 7-Day Outlook debuted on the Local Forecast at the start of the winter season programming.


On March 25, 2002, The Weather Network debuted "Metacast Ultra", a new state-of-the-art weather presentation system that consisted of weather maps featuring more than 1200 local communities, commuter routes and regional highways, animated weather icons, and higher resolution weather graphics.[4]


The Weather Network unveiled a newly redesigned website in 2003 that was faster, more localized, and easier to use. The re-designed site offered clients the opportunity to produce 'weather-triggered ads.' In addition, clients were able to localize their ads by tagging location-specific information onto a particular city or area.[5]


On March 29, 2004, The Weather Network debuted a new 14-day trend outlook as part of the local cable weather package that was seen every 10 minutes on the 10’s. It provided a two-week look at how the weather would trend compared to normal temperature values and weather conditions for that particular time of year.[6]


In June 2004, The Weather Network took legal action against Star Choice after moving TWN on a new bundle without giving any notice to its subscribers. TWN tried to prevent Star Choice from moving the channel as subscribers would have to pay an additional $7 to watch the channel. In late 2004, TWN made improved Local Forecast coverage, providing more localized forecasts in more centres across Canada. Star Choice is a direct broadcast satellite television distributor in Canada which is majority-owned by cable TV operator Shaw Communications Inc. ...


November 2005 – present (Oakville, Ontario)

The Weather Network relocated its headquarters to Oakville, Ontario in November 2005. The local (Toronto) morning show made its debut at the brand new broadcast facility on November 29, while the network's national programming started broadcasting from the new facility on Friday, December 2.


On March 27, 2006, The Weather Network launched an Hourly Forecast, available during the Local Forecast every ten minutes on the tens and online at theweathernetwork.com. The report gave Canadians the expected temperature and sky conditions for the upcoming twelve hours on air and an extended 24 hours online.[7]


On February 28, 2007, Video On Demand was launched on theweathernetwork.com, providing Weather News, Long Range Forecasts and Regional Forecasts on demand.


The Weather Network currently broadcasts two recently added segments, Pets & Weather and Your Weather. It recently changed its layout for Local Forecasts and the bar on the bottom of the screen broadcast through cable.


Hourly programming schedule

The Weather Network follows a schedule that repeats itself each hour, based on the current season. The spring/summer programming schedule often starts on the last Monday of March. It switches to the fall schedule the day after Thanksgiving, with the winter schedule going into effect on the first Monday of December.

Mornings (5-11 am ET) Afternoons (11 am - 6 pm ET) Evenings (6 pm - 5 am ET) Weekends
:00 Local Forecast :00 Local Forecast :00 Local Forecast :00 Local Forecast
:02 National/Regional Forecast :02 National/Regional Forecast :02 Regional Forecast/Active Weather :02 National/Regional Forecast
:06 Long Range Forecast :06 Long Range Forecast :06 Long Range Forecast :06 Long Range Forecast
:10 Local Forecast :10 Local Forecast :10 Local Forecast :10 Local Forecast
:12 Weather News :12 Weather News :12 Weather News :12 Weather News
:20 Local Forecast :20 Local Forecast :20 Local Forecast :20 Local Forecast
:22 Travellers' Forecast :23 Active Weather :22 Travellers Forecast/ Active Weather :22 Travellers Forecast/ Active Weather
:26 Your Weather :27 Your Weather :26 Your Weather :26 Your Weather
:27 School Day Forecast :26 Weather Feature :26 Weather Feature
:30 Local Forecast :30 Local Forecast :30 Local Forecast :30 Local Forecast
:32 National/Regional Forecast :32 National/Regional Forecast :32 Regional Forecast/Active Weather :32 National/Regional Forecast
:36 Long Range Forecast :36 Long Range Forecast :36 Long Range Forecast :36 Long Range Forecast
:40 Local Forecast :40 Local Forecast :40 Local Forecast :40 Local Forecast
:42 Weather News :42 Weather News :42 Weather News :42 Weather News
:50 Local Forecast :50 Local Forecast :50 Local Forecast :50 Local Forecast
:53 Active Weather :52 Active Weather :52 Travellers Forecast/ Active Weather :52 Travellers Forecast/ Active Weather
:57 Travellers' Forecast :55 International Forecast :55 International Forecast
:57 Weather Feature :56 Weather Feature :56 Weather Feature

Weather segments

Local 14-Day Trend

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Local Forecast

A notable feature of The Weather Network is its useful Local Forecast. On cable providers, a comprehensive report for the nearest weather station to the cable head-end is given, from current conditions all the way to two-week forecasts. The Local Forecast occurs "every 10 minutes on the tens".

On-air personality Suzanne Leonard Feliz with Bell ExpressVu's iTV service activated.

Those subscribed to the ExpressVu satellite service have the option of viewing a similar local forecast to that of cable providers, using ExpressVu's iTV service. Subscribers are able to select from a list of 200 cities from across Canada to view their local forecast in. The receiver then automatically overlays this local version over the default version for satellite subscribers (see below). The receiver also does the same for other weather segments, such as the Pollen Forecast during the summer and Ski Conditions during the winter months. Image File history File links Size of this preview: 350 × 234 pixelsFull resolution (350 × 234 pixel, file size: 39 KB, MIME type: image/jpeg) Bell ExpressVus iTV service allows viewers of The Weather Network to have forecasts for their local area displayed over the channels generic forecasts for... Suzanne Leonard Feliz is a CMOS certified The Weather Network afternoon host. ... Bell ExpressVu is the division of Bell Canada Enterprises that provides satellite television service across Canada. ...


On other satellite providers, it is simply a two minute runthrough of local weather conditions in various major centres across Canada. It gives viewers the current temperature, wind speed and weather conditions, as well as that same information for the rest of the day and the two days subsequent to that.


National and Long Range Forecasts

A detailed analysis of the current weather across Canada including the weather expected nationwide over the next five days. National Forecast airs following the Local Forecasts at the top and bottom of every hour.

Former on-air personality Candice Batista and on-call presenter Ola Sturik in March 2007.

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Weather News

Airs at :12 and :42 minutes after the hour. This is a four- to five-minute newscast highlighting significant weather stories and environmental issues and includes packaged news reports. The Weather Network news department won the first annual Adrienne Clarkson Diversity Award for network TV. This prestigious award is given by the Radio and Television News Director's Association (RTNDA) for the best news reports on a subject of cultural diversity. The Weather Network won for its 2006 two-part news series on weather and Black History. The Network also won a World Medal from the NY Festivals International TV Broadcasting Awards for a 2007 story on a blind woman learning to sail who uses her other senses to determine changes in wind patterns and potential storms.


Other segments – year-round

  • Travellers Forecast
  • School Day Forecast (weekday Mornings)
  • International Forecast (weekday Afternoons and Weekends)
  • Weather In-Depth (weeknights)

Weather segments – spring/summer

  • Lawn & Garden Forecast
  • Pollen Forecast
  • UV Report

Weather segments – fall/winter

  • Cold & Flu Report
  • Highway Conditions
  • Ski & Snowboard Conditions

Weather features

  • Climate Change
  • Facts of Fishing (Spring/Summer)
  • Golf Tips (Spring/Summer)
  • Lawn & Garden Report (Spring/Summer)
  • Pets & Weather
  • Ski Safety Tips (Winter)
  • Under the Weather
  • Vacation Bound (Winter)
  • Weather & Your Home
  • Weather Wise
  • The Great Outdoors

Other weather services

In addition to its web site, The Weather Network has an e-mail service called WeatherDirect, that sends weather forecasts via e-mail. There is also an e-mail service for Pollen Conditions and Road Conditions. TWN has a text message service which sends forecasts on wireless phones.


TWN has a small desktop application that can be downloaded free called WeatherEye, which displays current weather conditions, short term and long term forecasts on the desktop.


In 2006 Bell ExpressVu and The Weather Network started an iTV interactive version of the Weather Network, enabling viewers to set their city and view specific forecasts every time. Bell ExpressVu is the division of Bell Canada Enterprises that provides satellite television service across Canada. ... For other uses, see ITV (disambiguation). ...


The Weather Network also features things such as Weather Trivia, allows viewers to call in or send pictures to report local extreme weather conditions, and also holds weather-related contests.


All Channel Alert

Pelmorex has undertaken a project that would create a national warning system called All Channel Alert, similar to the Emergency Alert System in the United States. This system was partially approved by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) on February 28, 2007, "with conditions".[citation needed] The Emergency Alert System (EAS) is a national system in the U.S. put into place in 1994, superseding the Emergency Broadcast System (EBS) and is jointly coordinated by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Federal Emergency Managemant Agency (FEMA), and the National Weather Service (NWS). ... The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC, in French Conseil de la radiodiffusion et des télécommunications canadiennes) was established in 1968 by the Canadian Parliament to replace the Board of Broadcast Governors. ...


Criticism

The network has been criticized for its excessive use of advertising through commercials and forecasts and some weather segments (eg. hot spots, picnic/barbecue report, etc) - which has led to less time for detailed forecasts and more time spent on advertising. The same problem also occurs in the U.S. based Weather Channel. In the past, there was little to no advertising. Currently, local forecasts are sponsored using static logos during and after forecasts. Advert redirects here. ... From the earliest days of the medium, television has been used as a vehicle for advertising in some countries. ...


The station has also been criticized for putting more focus over the weather in Southern Ontario than the rest of Canada during its national segments. The network had also been noted for the number of technical difficulties in the early years when the network and its sister station MétéoMédia shared the same satellite transponder and facilities. During a technical difficulty, it often shows a repeated version of a local forecast. An especially long technical difficulty occurred during and after the blackout of summer 2003. Southern Ontario is the portion of the Canadian province of Ontario which lies south of the French River and Algonquin Park. ...


On-air presenters

Every three or so months, the east coast (5am - 9am) and the west coast (9am - 2pm) shows switch presenters.


These are the on-air presenters as of March 17, 2008: is the 76th day of the year (77th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... 2008 (MMVIII) will be a leap year starting on Tuesday of the Anno Domini (common) era, in accordance with the Gregorian calendar. ...


Weekdays

Timeslot
(All Times Eastern)
Hosts CMOS
Certified?
On TWN Since
5:00 - 9:00 am Kim MacDonald Yes 1998
Carrie Olver No 2003
5:30 - 9:00 am (GTA) Karen Johnson Yes 2002
Tom Reynolds No 1995
9:00 am- 2:00 pm Emily Vukovic No 2007
Chris Mei Yes 2006
2:00 - 6:00 pm Suzanne Leonard Feliz Yes 1998
6:00 - 11:00 pm Sheryl Plouffe Yes 1998
Chris Murphy Yes 1999
11:00 pm - 5:00 am (6:00 am) Anne-Marie Sweeney No 1998

Kim MacDonald is a CMOS certified The Weather Network morning anchor. ... An editor has expressed a concern that the subject of the article does not satisfy one of the guidelines for inclusion on Wikipedia on one of the following topics: If you are familiar with the subject matter, please expand the article to establish its notability, citing reliable sources. ... A map of Torontos Census Metropolitan Area, which contains a large portion of the Greater Toronto Area. ... Wikipedia does not yet have an article with this exact name. ... Tom Reynolds is a The Weather Network GTA traffic specialist. ... Emily Vukovic is a CMOS certified The Weather Network morning host. ... Chris Mei is a CMOS certified The Weather Network morning host. ... Suzanne Leonard Feliz is a CMOS certified The Weather Network afternoon host. ... Sheryl Plouffe is a CMOS certified The Weather Network evening broadcaster. ... Chris Murphy is a Canadian meteorologist for The Weather Network where he has been since August 1999. ... Anne-Marie Sweeney is a The Weather Network late evening broadcaster. ...

Weekends

Timeslot
(All Times Eastern)
Hosts CMOS
Certified?
On TWN Since
6:00 am - 3:00 pm Chris St. Clair No 1996
3:00 - 11:00 pm Michelle Leslie Yes 2003
11:00 - 6:00 am Anne Gaviola No 2006

Chris St. ... Michelle Leslie is a The Weather Network weekend late afternoon and evening broadcaster. ... Anne Gaviola is a The Weather Network on-call presenter. ...

On-call & Video On Demand Hosts

Weather Anchor Video on Demand On-call On TWN Since
Tim Bolen Yes Yes 2007
Nneka Elliott Yes Yes 2007
Anne Gaviola No Yes 2006
Nicola Jones Yes No 2007
Sangita Patel Yes Yes 2008
Ola Sturik Yes Yes 2007
Natalie Thomas Yes Yes 2007
Susan Turnbull Yes No 2007
Kevin Yarde Yes Yes 2001

Quackpot Watch is the website of Tim Bolen (full name Patrick Timothy Bolen), a self-proclaimed health care consumer advocate, who is supportive of alternative medicine. ... Nneka Elliott is a The Weather Network afternoon and on-call broadcaster. ... Anne Gaviola is a The Weather Network on-call presenter. ... Ola Sturik is a The Weather Network on call presenter. ... Kevin Yarde is a The Weather Network on call presenter. ...

Reporters

Bureau Correspondents Area On TWN Since
Chris Dawson Northern Ontario 2005
Kelly Noseworthy Also Voice-over Artist Southern Ontario / Quebec 2006
Oga Nwobosi (Maternity Leave) British Columbia 1999
Ross Hull British Columbia 2004
Shelley Steeves Maritimes / Newfoundland 1998

Kelly Noseworthy is a The Weather Network Greater Toronto Area Bureau Correspondent. ... Ross Hull (born 25 August 1975) is a Canadian actor and television personality perhaps best known for his role as Gary, the leader of the Midnight Society, on the 1992- 1996 television series Are You Afraid of the Dark?. Born in Montreal, Quebec, Hull began his acting career in 1987... Shelley Steeves is a Canadian television personality, currently The Weather Networks bureau correspondent in the Maritime Provinces. ...

CMOS members

Seven TWN presenters are members of the Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (CMOS). The Weather Network & MeteoMedia have more CMOS based presenters than any other Canadian weather media sources. Currently on TWN, Chris Murphy, Kim MacDonald, Suzanne Leonard Feliz, Karen Johnson, Sheryl Plouffe, Michelle Leslie and Chris Mei are CMOS certified. The Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (CMOS) (French: La Société canadienne de météorologie et docéanographie (SCMO)) is the national society of individuals and organisations dedicated to advancing atmospheric and oceanic sciences and related environmental disciplines in Canada. ... Chris Murphy is a Canadian meteorologist for The Weather Network where he has been since August 1999. ... Kim MacDonald is a CMOS certified The Weather Network morning anchor. ... Suzanne Leonard Feliz is a CMOS certified The Weather Network afternoon host. ... Sheryl Plouffe is a CMOS certified The Weather Network evening broadcaster. ... Michelle Leslie is a The Weather Network weekend late afternoon and evening broadcaster. ... Chris Mei is a CMOS certified The Weather Network morning host. ...


Former on-air presenters

(In alphabetical order)

Personality Former Role(s)
On TWN
Current Whereabouts
Zuraidah Alman
(1999-2003)
Mississauga, ON: Weather Broadcaster
Main Collaborators: Rory O'Shea, Gary Ryan, Suzanne Leonard Feliz
Morning News Anchor on CIII (Global) in Ontario
Allison Annesley Daytime Co-Host on Rogers Television in Mississauga, Ontario
Debra Arbec Montreal, QC: Morning Report Anchor News anchor at CFCF (CTV) Montreal
Gary Archibald
(2003-2004)
Mississauga, ON: Weather Broadcaster (Weekend Afternoons) Weathercaster on NBC Weather Plus and MSNBC
Shane Arnos
(1995-1996)
Montreal, QC: Weather Broadcaster
Main Collaborators: Lila Feng
Halina Balka Fill-in traffic reporter on Good Morning Toronto Traffic reporter for CFTR 680 News in Toronto
Candice Batista
(2004-2007)
Mississauga, ON: Weather Broadcaster
Oakville, ON: Weather Broadcaster
Main Collaborators: Sheryl Plouffe
Host Toronto Living on Rogers Television
Tarah Black
(Now Tarah Schwartz)
Montreal, QC: EarthWatch (West) Anchor
Main Collaborators: Scott Simms
News anchor at CFCF (CTV) Montreal
Nadine Blayney
( 2003-2005)
Mississauga, ON: News Writer, Weather Broadcaster
Main Collaborators: Anton Granic, Helena DeVries
Last Day On-Air: December 2, 2005
Resides in Australia [7] [8])
Eramelinda Boquer Radio personality with CJAD 800 in Montreal; voice-over artist
Jane Brown
(1998-2000)
Mississauga, ON: EarthWatch Weekend Keywall Presenter
Main Collaborators: Rory O'Shea
News Anchor on Bill Carroll Morning Show on CFRB 1010
René Brunet
(1995?-1998)
On-Camera Meterorologist Weather Watch (1995-1996) Sea to Sea (1997-1998)
Main Collaborators: Lila Feng, Debra Arbec
Environment Canada meteorologist
Lianne Castilino Montreal, QC: Anchor Earthwatch Weekend Sports anchor and reporter at CFCF (CTV) Montreal
Frank Cavallaro
(1988-1995)
Montreal, QC: Weather Broadcaster Main Collaborators: Lila Feng Weather presenter at CFCF (CTV) Montreal
Rina Chandarana
(2004-2005)
Mississauga, ON: Weather Broadcaster (On-Call) News Writer CP24 in Toronto
Lawrence Cho
(2003)
Mississauga, ON: Weather Broadcaster (On-Call)
Tanya Churchmuch
(1995-1998)
Montreal, QC: Weather Broadcaster Weekend Report(1996-1997) & Morning Report (1998) Senior Media Relations Advisor for Concordia University Montreal
Sherrie Claridge
(1995-1998)
Keywall Presenter Weekend Report (1995-1997) Anchor Sea to Sea (1997-1998) Main Collaborators: Al Dubois Last heard of working for STA Communications in Montreal
Carla Collins Stand up comic and Canadian television personality
Caroline Corey
William Coulter
(2001-2003)
Mississauga, ON: Weather Broadcaster (Weekend Afternoons) Weather anchor at Global Ontario
Helena DeVries
( 2001-2002, 2004-2006)
Mississauga, ON: Weather Broadcaster
Oakville, ON: Weather Broadcaster
Main Collaborators: Rory O'Shea, Nadine Blayney
Last Day On-Air: June 29, 2006
With Shaw Community TV in Calgary
Camilla Di Giuseppe Mississauga, ON: Weather Broadcaster (On-Call) News reporter/anchor for CFCN in Calgary
Al Dubois
(1995?-1998)
Montreal, QC: Earthwatch Weekend / Morning Report / Sea To Sea Keywall Presenter; Voice Over Artist Main Collaborators: Sandra Jansen, Debra Arbec, Sherrie Claridge CKMI This Morning Live Weather/Sports Anchor in Quebec
Lila Feng
(1992-1999)
Montreal, QC: Earthwatch (East) Anchor
Mississauga, ON: Earthwatch (East) Anchor
Main Collaborators: Shane Arnos, Frank Cavallaro, Colette Kennedy, Rene Brunet
CNN International
Jill Fitzgerald
(1997-1998)
Montreal, QC: Weekend Report Keywall Presenter Traffic Reporter CINW 940 AM Montreal
Rosalie Ferguson
(Summer 2006)
Mississauga, ON: Programming Coordinator
Oakville, ON: Programming Coordinator(1999-2006) Weather Broadcaster (On-Call) in 2006
Linda Freeman Good Morning Toronto Host
Main Collaborators: Tom Reynolds, Robin Ward
With CING-FM 95.3 in Hamilton
Liza Fromer Good Morning Toronto Host
Main Collaborators: Michael Kuss, Tom Reynolds
former Breakfast Television host at CITY-TV, Departed following pregnancy, Slice programme for fall 2007.
Martine Gaillard Good Morning Toronto Host
Main Collaborators: Tom Reynolds
Rogers Sportsnet Anchor
Marlene Gerson (Murray) Keywall Presenter Earthwatch Weekend (1997-1998) Main Collaborators: Murry Sherriffs Working for Jewish Community Foundation in Montreal, QC
Anton Granic
(2003-2006)
Mississauga, ON: Weather Broadcaster (Weekend Evenings)
Main Collaborators: Nadine Blayney, Carrie Olver
Last day on air: June 25 2006
Kim Handysides Voice work for documentary style films in Canada
Rob Haswell
(1998-2002)
Mississauga, ON: Weather Broadcaster
Main Collaborators: Sheryl Plouffe, Suzanne Leonard Feliz
WITI TV FOX Milwaukee On-Air Meteorologist
Krista Herman
(1996-1997)
Montreal, QC: Weather Broadcaster
Weekend Report
Now doing syndicated Lifestyle and Consumer affairs pieces for US television
Steve Jacobs Chief Meteorologist at KIII-TV in Corpus Christi, Texas[citation needed]
Sandra Jansen Anchor Earthwatch Weekend (1994-1995) Main Collaborators: Al Dubois CTV Newsnet Anchor
Carolyn Jarvis
(2002-2004)
Mississauga, ON: Weather Broadcaster
Main Collaborators: Carrie Olver, Scott Simms
CITV
Michelle Jobin
(2006-2007)
Oakville, ON: On-Call Weather Broadcaster
Global Calgary Weekend Weather Anchor
Colette Kennedy(1996-1998) Montreal, QC: On-Air Meteorologist on EarthWatch (East)
Mississauga, ON: On-Air Meteorologist on EarthWatch (East)
Main Collaborators: Lila Feng
Patty Kim Montreal, QC: Afternoon Keywall Presenter The Discovery Channel Washington Correspondent
Anwar Knight
(1998-2001)
Mississauga, ON: Weekend Report and EarthWatch (East) Keywall Presenter
Main Collaborators: Suzanne Leonard Feliz, Marcia MacMillan
CFTO and CTV Newsnet Weather Reporter, Actor, Radio Personality
Les Krifaton
(1988-2002)
Montreal, QC: Weather Broadcaster; Western Bureau Correspondent (Vancouver)
Mississauga, ON: Sea to Sea Anchor
Main Collaborators: Kim MacDonald, Suzanne Leonard Feliz
KVVU-TV Las Vegas News Reporter
Mark Kriski KTLA Los Angeles on-air personality
Michael Kuss On-Air Meteorologist on Good Morning Toronto
Main Collaborators: Liza Former
CITY Toronto On-Air Meteorologist as of June 2006
Jordanna Lake Producer for CBC Weather Centre
Elissa Lansdell Works for Country Music Television Canada
Joe Leone Last heard as radio personality in Montreal
Dana Levenson(1998-2000) Keywall Presenter (Weekends / On-call) News reporter for CFTO in Toronto
Neil Mathur Keywall Presenter (Weekends) Humber College Instructor in Toronto
Niall McGee
(2001)
Mississauga, ON: Weather News Reporter Reporter CKCO CTV Kitchener
Marcia MacMillan(1999-2002) Mississauga, ON: EarthWatch and Good Morning Toronto Anchor
Main Collaborators: Randy Renaud, Anwar Knight
CTV Newsnet Anchor
Lise McAuley(?-1998) Keywall Presenter Weekend Report With CJAD 800 in Montreal
Jackie Meretsky(2002-2005) Mississauga, ON: Weather Broadcaster (On-Call and Weekend Evenings)
Main Collaborators: Chris Murphy, Anton Granic
Last Day On-Air: September 18, 2005
NBC Weather Plus Meteorologist
Mae Moore On-Call Broadcaster
Bart Murphy(1998-2001) Northern Ontario Radio Weather Specialist Operations Director / On-Air Traffic Anchor Canadian Traffic Network
Bruce Myers Keywall Presenter Weekend Report (1995) Anglican Church of Canada clergy, Magdalen Islands Quebec [9]
Ashaw Noorhasan
(2000-2001)
Mississauga, ON: On-Call Keywall Presenter
Anchor for First Local on Rogers Television York Region
Sharon O'Flaherty
(1998-2000)
Mississauga, ON: EarthWatch Weekend (West) and Weekend Report Keywall Presenter
Main Collaborators: Bob Pronyk
Kerry O'Reilly
Rory O'Shea(Presenter: 1998-2002) currently the imaging voice Mississauga, ON: EarthWatch Weekend (East) Anchor
Main Collaborators: Jane Brown, Zuraidah Alman
ImEdge Communications
Luciano Pippia (Jan-Apr 1998) Montreal, QC News Anchor - Sea to Sea Business reporter for AM 940 Montreal
Andy Peplowski Anchor/Presentor Morning Report This Morning Live Host/News Anchor on CKMI in Quebec
Leianne Pereira (1999-2004) Mississauga, ON: Toronto Bureau Correspondent Communications Advisor, Canadian Red Cross [10]
Irene Preklet(2001-2002) Mississauga, ON: Weather Broadcaster (On-Call) 680 News Weekend news anchor
Bob Pronyk Mississauga, ON: EarthWatch Weekend (West) Anchor
Main Collaborators: Sharon O'Flaherty
CKCO-TV Weekend Weather and Sports
Natasha Ramsahai (1999?-2001) Mississauga, ON: On-Air Meteorologist (On-Call) CBC Newsworld On-Air Meteorologist
Sujata Raisinghani (1998-1999) Mississauga, ON: Weekend Report Keywall Presenter Jounalist with Jim Stanton and Associates
Randy Renaud(1995-2001) Montreal, QC: EarthWatch Weekend Keywall Presenter
Mississauga, ON: EarthWatch (West) and EarthWatch (East) Keywall Presenter Main Collaborators: Cindy Sherwin, Murry Sherriffs, Scott Simms, Michelle Schurman
CHOM-FM Montreal Saturday Evening Announcer and That CHOM 80's Show Host and occasionally seen at CFCF
Waub Rice(2005-2006) Mississauga, ON: Toronto Bureau Correspondent Freelance writer
Susan Rogers
Gary Ryan
(1990-2003)
Montreal, QC: Weather Broadcaster (Weekday Afternoons)
Mississauga, ON: Across Canada Keywall Presenter
Main Collaborators: Kim MacDonald, Zuraidah Alman, Karen Johnson
Voice-Over Artist at: www.garyryanonline.com, and Commercial, Television & Film Actor
Lora Saccomani
Christine Schmidt
(Now Christine Crosbie)
Health Specialist for Global Ontario
Michelle Schurman(?-2000) Montreal, QC: Maritimes Bureau Correspondent
Mississauga, ON: EarthWatch (West) and Across Canada Anchor
Main Collaborators: Randy Renaud, Gary Ryan
News reporter with CICT in Calgary
Chris Scott
(1998-2006)
Mississauga, ON: On-Air Meteorologist during This Weekend
Oakville, ON: On-Air Meteorologist
Main Collaborators: Sheryl Plouffe, Chris St. Clair
CMOS certified, off air working in Meteorological department, recently returned on November 2, 2007, to do a Storm Watch report on Hurricane Noel.
Murray Sherriffs(?-1998) Montreal, QC: EarthWatch Weekend Anchor Main Collaborators: Gwen Tolbart, Randy Renaud News anchor and morning personality on CJFM "Mix 96" in Montreal
Cindy Sherwin Anchor Earthwatch Weekend Main Collaborators: Randy Renaud, Scott Simms CFCF news reporter
Scott Simms(1994?-2003) Montreal, QC: EarthWatch (West) Keywall Presenter
Mississauga, ON: Sea To Sea, Morning Report, EarthWatch (East) Keywall Presenter
Main Collaborators: Tarah Black, Sherrie Claridge, Sheryl Plouffe
Member of Canadian Parliament.
Sonya Singh(2002-2003) Global Weather Anchor
Michelle Skinner Montreal, QC: Voice-Over Artist; Weekend Report Keywall Presenter
Jerri Southcott
(1995-1997)
Montreal, QC: Weather Broadcaster (On-call) CBC Television host Living in Ottawa
Jill Taylor(1998-2000) CFTR AM 680 Toronto On-Air Meteorologist
Kim Taylor-Galway Mississauga, ON: Weather Broadcaster (On-Call) Spokesperson for Royal LePage - Your Community Realty, Toronto
Barbra Tylbor (1998-2000) Mississauga, ON: Morning Report Weather Broadcaster On-call Weather Specialist & News Anchor 680 News
Gwen Tolbart Montreal, QC: EarthWatch Weekend Keywall Presenter Main Collaborators: Murray Sherriffs, Scott Simms News anchor for WTTG TV in Washington, DC.
Visjna Vuk (2003-2004) Mississauga, ON On-call weather presenter Voice-over artist for Rogers Communications Jack-FM stations
Robin Ward Mississauga, ON: Good Morning Toronto On-Location Reporter Retired
Jillian Warry
(Now Jillian Barberie)
(1990-1992)
Weekday evening weather presenter At-large TV personality and weather presenter for Fox NFL Sunday
Elaine Yim
(Now
Elaine Yim-Spencer)
(1998-2001)
Mississauga, ON: Weekend Report Keywall Presenter Associate Producer, Host for The Discovery Channel

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Former programs (before 2002)

  • Across Canada
  • EarthWatch (East)
  • EarthWatch (West)
  • Good Morning Toronto
    • May 26, 2000 - Show expanded its coverage area to include Georgetown, Acton, Ancaster, Dundas, Milton and Erin
    • January 2, 2001 - Debuted with a fresh, new look that included a state-of-the-art cyberset
    • 2001:
      • Sheryl Plouffe (Anchor),
      • Tom Reynolds (Commuter Reporter),
      • Rob Haswell (Weather Presenter),
      • Robin Ward (On-Location Reporter)
  • Toronto Weekend - a short lived program that ran Thur/Fri/Sat/Sun evenings from June to November 1998
      • Lila Feng (Anchor),
      • Bob Pronyk (Presenter),
      • Anwar Knight (Presenter),
  • Morning Report
  • Sea to Sea
  • This Weekend
    • First show debuted on Saturday, March 24, 2001
  • Weekend Report
  • Weather In-Depth
    • A replacement for this segment is Active Weather

Across Canada was a afternoon program that formerly aired on The Weather Network. ... This Weekend was the weekend morning segment that aired on The Weather Network that debuted March, 2001 and ran until Mid-2002. ...

Former programs (before 1992)

  • Across Canada
  • Good Morning Weather
  • Weather of the day

Additional details regarding May 1998 launch

On Saturday, May 2, 1998, The Weather Network started broadcasting nationally from its Mississauga studio (1 Robert Speck Parkway, Mississauga, Ontario) after relocating from Montreal. Many new presenters had arrived at this time including Anwar Knight, Kim MacDonald, and Rory O'Shea. Here is the list of on-air presenters who had helped to launch TWN's Mississauga era.


Weekday programming:

Timeslot
(All Times Eastern)
Show Hosts
5:00 - 9:00 am Morning Report Barbara Tylbor
5:30 - 9:00 am (GTA) Good Morning Toronto Tom Reynolds
9:00 am - 3:00 pm Sea To Sea Sherrie Claridge, Scott Simms
3:00 - 7:00 pm None at first (later Across Canada) Gary Ryan
7:00 - 11:00 pm EarthWatch (East) Lila Feng, Colette Kennedy
11:00 pm - 5:00 am EarthWatch (West) Michelle Schurman, Randy Renaud

Weekend programming: A map of Torontos Census Metropolitan Area, which contains a large portion of the Greater Toronto Area. ... Scott Simms (born August 12, 1970) is the Liberal MP for the Newfoundland and Labrador riding of Bonavista-Exploits. ... Lila Feng (born July 18, 1966 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada) is a Canadian weather presenter currently for CNN International in Asia since 1999. ...

Timeslot
(All Times Eastern)
Show Hosts
6:00 - 10:00 am Weekend Report Anwar Knight
10:00 am - 3:00 pm Weekend Report Kim MacDonald
3:00 - 7:00 pm Weekend Report Elaine Yim
7:00 - 11:00 pm EarthWatch Weekend (East) Rory O'Shea, Jane Brown
11:00 pm - 6:00 am EarthWatch Weekend (West) Bob Pronyk, Sharon O'Flaherty

Kim MacDonald is a CMOS certified The Weather Network morning anchor. ...

See also

The Weather Channel (TWC) is a cable and satellite television network that broadcasts weather and weather-related news 24 hours a day. ... MétéoMédia is a 24 hour Canadian French language cable television specialty channel and web site, which provides accurate weather information 24 hours a day. ...

References

  1. ^ "Battens may sell The Roanoke Times' parent company", The Roanoke Times, 2008-01-03. Retrieved on 2008-01-03. 
  2. ^ "WeatherStar4000 In Canada" [1]
  3. ^ Press Release - The Weather Network Launches a new web site at www.theweathernetwork.com - "[2]", September 27, 1999
  4. ^ Press Release - The Weather Network like you’ve never seen it before - "[3]", March 27, 2002
  5. ^ Press Release - The Weather Network.com takes on a bold new look - "[4]", May 21, 2003
  6. ^ Press Release - The Weather Network launches its spring programming - "[5]", March 29, 2004
  7. ^ Press Release - Spring has Sprung at The Weather Network - "[6]", March 29, 2006

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External links

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