Articles by Carmen Wong
- Waterloo region's COVID-19, Cold and Flu Care Clinic closing its doors
- Fake catering orders could be costly for restaurants
- 'It's so exciting': Young Little Mermaid performers ready for opening night
- Guelph boy continues annual birthday tradition to benefit the food bank
- Two arrested after stand off at Kitchener motel
- 'It's an obsession': How a Kitchener entrepreneur is using tech to help with gardening
- Guelph woman calls for fraud training in doula programs after falling victim to province-wide doula fraud
- 'It's a really, really disturbing feeling': Ontario doulas recount experience being misled by woman claiming to need their service
- 'Much bigger than people can even realize': Brantford woman charged with defrauding, harassing Ont. doulas
- Creative Canstruction campaign collects food for those in need
- Two teens arrested after stabbing in Flesherton, Ont. high school bathroom
- Increase in classroom violence reported at WRDSB schools
- 'I'm not the average grandmother': 91-year-old from Woodstock breaks another rowing world record
- Police looking for suspect after string of robberies in Waterloo region, Guelph
- 'Data is the currency': Tech experts weigh in on Canada’s TikTok ban on government-issued mobile devices
- Waterloo region digs out after winter storm
- 'It definitely took a toll on my mental health': Grade 9 students navigate post-pandemic challenges
- 'They’re left on their own': Group that helps local Ukrainian refugees says some are at risk of homelessness
- Person pulled from Elora Gorge pronounced dead
- Residents call for increased safety measures after multi-vehicle crash on Speedvale Avenue in Guelph
Carmen Wong joined CTV News Kitchener as a Video Journalist in November of 2019.
Carmen came to CTV News after spending a year at Thunder Bay Television where she worked as a Video Journalist and Weekend Anchor.
Carmen studied journalism at the University of Guelph-Humber and completed an internship at CBC News Network in Toronto in 2018. She graduated with an arts degree and media communications diploma.
Carmen is a proud Chinese-Canadian woman on television.
She speaks English and Cantonese and understands conversational French.