Ravi Baichwal

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Ravi Baichwal
Born Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Ethnicity Indian-Canadian
Education University of Western Ontario
Occupation News presenter
Spouse(s) Sonja Nordahl

Ravi Baichwal (/ˈrɑːv.ˈbʃwɑːl/) is a news anchor and reporter at WLS-TV in Chicago. In 2008 he won the Chicago Emmy Award for best anchor (Chicago/Midwest) from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. He was a CTV News Channel morning anchor weekdays from 6 am to 10 am from 2002 to 2006. He was also a correspondent for CTV National News, sat as substitute anchor and substitute host on Canada AM, Report on Business Television and contributed to radio. He has been an anchor and reporter for CTV British Columbia.

He began his journalism career in Calgary as a researcher for the CBC. He then worked as an associate producer, reporter and anchor with CBC Newsworld. Baichwal has worked in public affairs in Ontario. He graduated from the University of Western Ontario with a Bachelor of Arts Honours in political science with a certificate in French language studies.

He is married to journalist Sonja Nordahl.

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