Sheila MacVicar

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Sheila MacVicar is a Canadian television journalist for Al Jazeera America as a correspondent for America Tonight.[1]

A native of Montreal, she worked for CBS News from June 2004 until 2013 as the network's London correspondent. She has also worked as a reporter for CBC Television (1981–1990), ABC News (1990–2001) and CNN (2001–2004). From 1977 she worked at CBC affiliated stations in Calgary and Montreal.

She graduated from Carleton University in 1977 with a Bachelor of Journalism.

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MacVicar reported on a connection between Osama Bin Laden and Saddam Hussein on January 14, 1999 on ABC News.

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