Articles by Daryl Morris
- How this Mohawk residential school survivor is passing her language down to the next generation
- Patrons at British pub in Waterloo reflect on Queen Elizabeth II legacy
- Ukrainian flag flies at Kitchener City Hall to commemorate Independence Day
- Police looking for woman after stabbing in Kitchener
- Impaired charges laid after driver hits police cruiser in Waterloo
- Apple trees planted at former residential school in Brantford, Ont.
- Kitchener neighbours shocked to learn they heard gunshots amid Victoria Day fireworks
- 'We want to give her her name back': OPP plea for information in death of young girl found in the Grand River
- One dead, two injured after tree falls on camping trailer in Brant County: OPP
- Heavy storm hammers Waterloo Region, some residents without power
Daryl Morris first came to CTV Kitchener in January 2014 as a writer, and is now a videographer who also anchors the weekend newscasts.
Her career in broadcast journalism began in London in 2007 at NewsTalk 1290 CJBK. Daryl worked in radio newsrooms across the country for a number of years, including a stop in Squamish, BC, where she was a part of the team of reporters covering the 2010 Vancouver Olympics. She was also a part of the Bayshore Broadcasting family of radio stations in Owen Sound as a morning news anchor, co-host, and talk show host, before making her way to Kitchener. Daryl made the jump to television broadcasting as a writer for CTV’s Canada AM, eventually landing at CTV Kitchener.
Daryl is a graduate of the Broadcast Journalism program at Fanshawe College in London. She had an opportunity to complete an internship at 630 CHED in Edmonton – Alberta’s largest radio newsroom.
She grew up in Thunder Bay, Ontario, where her love for the outdoors is rooted. In her time off, you can find her camping, swimming, golfing or travelling – all with her son in tow.