Julie Nolin

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Julie Nolin is a Canadian journalist. She was born in Calgary, Alberta, and raised in Lethbridge.

Prior to working in television, she was a newspaper reporter, photographer and editor. Since 1996, she has filled various roles at stations in Lethbridge, Lloydminster, Swift Current, Calgary, Saskatoon and Edmonton. She was an anchor at A-Channel Edmonton (now Citytv Edmonton) until 2005, when she joined Citytv Vancouver and became a co-anchor on CityNews at Six alongside Roger Petersen. The newscast was cancelled on July 12, 2006; she later joined CHEK-TV as a news anchor. She left that position in 2009 to pursue a Master of Arts degree in Professional Communication (specializing in Intercultural and International Communication) at Royal Roads University, graduating in 2010. She was a reporter/producer at CTV British Columbia before joining CTV Edmonton as an anchor/reporter in November 2013. As of July 2014, she is now back with CTV Vancouver as a reporter.

Aside from her work as a respected journalist, she has also been a guest lecturer and instructor at schools in Canada, India, Germany, Ukraine, and China.

For over six years, Nolin was a documentary director, writer and producer for the award-winning program, "The Sharing Circle," which airs on the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network. Her great, great grandfather is Metis politician Charles Nolin.

Nolin is married to animation director and Canadian editorial cartoonist Craig George. They have two sons.[1]

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