Carrie Olver

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Carrie Olver (born 1967) is a Canadian TV personality.

Olver is a native of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. She grew up in Toronto, where her father, broadcaster Fergie Olver, worked at CFTO-TV for two decades on Toronto Blue Jays telecasts and also co-hosted the game show Just Like Mom created by co-host Catherine Swing and producer Paul Burford, where Carrie often introduced the contestants.

Olver began her career in 1990 on Canadian home shopping channels. She then began working for the American Home Shopping Network, where she appeared for more than 2000 hours. beginning in 1998, she hosted Spectacular Spas, a half-hour travel program to some of the world's top spas.

Olver was nominated for a Gemini Award in 2003 for the program in the category Best Host or Interviewer in a Lifestyle/General Interest Program or Series. She lost to Debbie Travis.

Olver previously appeared on The Weather Network, as a weekday's late morning and early afternoon host, weather broadcaster, and the weather news anchor. Olver appeared on the 9am to 2pm shift.

Olver joined The Shopping Channel as of October 2013.

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