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KYLE CHRISTIE

Journalist, entrepreneur, professor, husband and dad.

Well known to viewers of CTV News and CP24, Christie has been anchoring and reporting news in Waterloo Region and Toronto for nearly 15 years.

In 2009, Christie and his wife Leslie founded The Buff Mom, a fitness and lifestyle company in Waterloo Region.

Using their production skills as multimedia journalists, the couple also created The Buff Mom TV, an on-demand fitness platform in 2010.

With a desire to shoot and edit more video, Christie began See Your House Now in 2013,  a real estate video marketing company providing high quality video tours and photography to real estate professionals in Toronto, Brantford, Waterloo Region and Guelph.

Expanding the company, Christie added See Your Life Now, a storytelling division dedicated to researching, writing, shooting and editing stories for a variety of platforms. 

As a professor at Conestoga College, Christie brings real life experience to the classroom teaching many courses including Freelancing and Entrepreneurship, On-Camera Performance and Factual Storytelling.

An award winning journalist, Christie’s CTV News coverage of the Listowel firefighters tragedy in 2011 was awarded the RTDNA’s Edward R. Murrow Award for Overall Excellence and Best Newscast. He was honoured by the RTDNA in 2010 for an in-depth investigative feature on private surveillance cameras in long-term care facilities. Other career highlights include carrying the Olympic Torch for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games and skydiving with the Canadian Forces Skyhawks Parachute Team.

Before embarking on a storytelling career, Christie was a talent agent in Toronto, casting major motion pictures such as Chicago, Cinderella Man, and X-Men.

Christie is a graduate of the University of Victoria with an honours degree in Art History and Film, and a graduate of Sheridan College's Journalism New Media Program. In 2008, Kyle was the first inductee onto Sheridan's “Wall of Fame”.

Originally from Brantford, Ont., Christie now lives in Cambridge, Ont. with his wife Leslie Gordon Christie and two sons.