Tony Grace Biography
While some journalist hop to different media, others opt to invest their time and energy in one. The result is always fulfilling since they get deep knowledge about their audience and the growth of their company as well. Tony Grace is a Canadian journalist and reporter working for CTV News. He anchors CTV News at 11.30 and short segments at 5 and 6 on weeknights. He has been with the CTV News Family for more than 20 years.
Tony Grace’s Age and Background
The 40-something-year-old is focused on his career. From a young age, Tony has put his career as his primary focus. Marriage, relationships, and birthdays are second to his passion. However, he announced on Twitter that he has a partner by the name of The Brucington. Grace currently resides in Waterloo.
Tony Grace Education
Tony has been passionate about education for a long time. He learned that education would give him the skills he desired for his dream to become a journalist. He grew up in a loving family in Ontario where he studied his high school education at General Panet High School. Grace graduated in 1998 and immediately joined Loyalist College where he did an advanced Diploma in Journalism.
Tony Grace Career
His journey as a journalist started when he was in High School. He started working as an Anchor, reporter, and operator at CHVR-FM. He operated as a part-time employee; however, he became a full-time anchor as a replacement for an anchor who had gone on maternity leave. While in college, Tony worked for Quinte Broadcasting Company Ltd as an anchor and reporter for the radio stations that served thousands of listeners in the Ontario Bay region.
After graduating from college, He immediately joined CTN News first as a videographer and later as a reporter and backup anchor. For 9 years in that position, Tony had interviews with national and provincial leaders, and community ambassadors and had remote assignments in Toronto, New York, and Montreal. Tony Grace has also been involved in covering lifestyle news of the community and treating great bonds with them.
In April 2008, Tony was selected as the Board Chair of the Journalism Advisory Committee at Loyalist College. As the chairperson, he serves as a lecturer, speaker, and advisor. In 2010, he joined CTV Barries as an Anchor and producer for daily 6 pm news. He attained his current position at CTV News in 2019, where he became an anchor and producer for 11.30 daily News and a segment for 5 pm and 6 pm news.
Tony Grace’s Salary
Tony is probably the longest-serving employee at CTV. He has worked for 21 years. His time as an anchor for the media network has made him one of the highest-paid employees. His salary is approximately $100,000 per year. Tony works together with Alexandra Pinto and Shannon Bradbury.