Articles by Krista Sharpe
- Experts call on government to support hundreds of Afghan refugees coming to Waterloo region
- UW grad helps invent self-flying plane for a good cause
- Grand River Hospital Foundation launches fundraiser campaign for better local healthcare
- Renewed calls for housing in Waterloo region to support Ukrainian refugees
- Self-Cleaning public loo coming to Waterloo
- Fireworks restricted to three days per year in the City of Kitchener
- Brantford Mayor Kevin Davis wins recount
- Customers waiting over a year for some hybrid car models
- Hespeler Minor Hockey helps with Indigenous Hockey Equipment Drive
- Witness testifies she found victim ‘in a pile of blood’ during Kitchener murder trial
- Residents say they 'don't feel safe' after shots fired in Kitchener neighbourhood
- Hundreds of U of G students writing final exams evacuated after bomb threat
- 'Rewarding to make something with your hands': Pottery market pops up in Waterloo
- 11,000 Six Nations students out of school due to federal strike
- Remembering Ontario’s Farmerettes: Women reminisce about their work during Second World War
- Experts call recent overdose reports 'really saddening and really frustrating'
- Road closure and emergency detour signs, what motorists should do when they come across them
- Fatal collision on Bridge Street East under investigation
- Severe thunderstorm and flooding risk for Waterloo region
- Grand Erie boundary review means some students will have to travel farther to get to school
Krista’s journalism career started at the age of eight, when she published a “local” newspaper for her family members, and delivered it to each of their bedroom doors.
Years later she graduated from the University of Guelph-Humber, earning both an Honours Degree in Media Studies and a Diploma in Journalism.
Krista began her professional career as an intern at 680 News Radio in Toronto and then switched to television, working as a videographer at TV Cogeco. There she spent years reporting on the Halton Region and her hometown of Burlington, Ont.
Krista later moved to Saskatchewan, where she worked as the Morning Live Reporter.
She has interviewed countless memorable figures including Justin Trudeau, Kathleen Wynne, and Santa Clause.
Krista joined the CTV team in September 2017 and came to CTV Kitchener in 2020. She lives in Guelph with her spouse Luke and their boxer dog, Molson.