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Who Is Ian Hanomansing?
Ian Hanomansing(Ian Harvey Hanomansing ) is a Canadian Tv journalist working with CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Cooperation). Previously he had hosted CBC News Network Vancouver on CBC News Channel. He also reported for CBC TV’s nightly Newscast called The Nation.
He was named the new co-anchor of The Nation on August 1st, 2017. Currently, he anchors the show on Friday and Sundays. In addition, Ian is the current interim host of CBC Radio One’s weekly call-in show Cross Country Checkup, while the usual presenter Duncan McCue is on sabbatical.
Ian made his debut in his journalism career at CKDH in Amherst, Nova Scotia during the summer after his graduation. After that, he worked at CKCW in Moncton, New Brunswick, and at CHNS in nearby Halifax, Nova Scotia. He joined CBC in 1986 where he was working for CBC Bureaus in the Maritimes and Toronto, Ontario. After he relocated to Vancouver where he served as a Network reporter and also presented the now-defunct programs Pacific Rim Report, Foreign Assignment and Time 7.Furthermore, Ian has also hosted a summer series on CBC Radio One’s Show known as feeling THe Heat.
In 2000, he became the anchor of the National segment of defunct new cast known as Canada Now. However the program was later canceled, after cancellation, he became the co-anchor of CBC News: Vancouver CBUT’s supper hour newscast. In 2007, he went back to being a reporter for The Nation until 2010. After that he started hosting CBC News Now with Ian Hanomansing in 2012, the show was broadcasted live from CBC Vancouver on weeknights until 2017. Ian was named as one of four news co-hosts of The Nation, CBC’s flagship news broadcast together with Adrienne Arsenault, Rosemary Barton, and Andrew Chang on 1st August 2017.
Downtown Drugs News Special
After three years he was named Friday and Sunday anchor of The Nation programs in 2020. In addition, Ian has created and presented series of innovative live news specials such as “Downtown Drugs”, which was created in November 1998. The program was created in Vancouver Downtown Eastside during a public health emergency after a high number of fatal overdose incidents. “Crime on the streets” was broadcast, in part, from Stoney Mountain Institution in Manitoba in March 2005. Where it won the national Justicia Award for Excellence in Legal Reporting, and Jack Webster Award.
In 2003 he received an honorary degree, Doctor of Laws honoris causa (LLD), from Mount Allison University. Furthermore, he won the Gemini Award for Best News Anchor, beating Kevin Newman and Peter Mansbridge on 28th, 2008. He also won the Canadian Screen Award for Best National News Anchor over Peter Mansbridge, Lisa LaFlamme, and Heather Hiscox in March 2016. Moreover, Ian designed Big League Manager, an NHL-licensed board game. Canadian Toy Testing Council voted his game as “Best Bet”.
How Old Is Ian Hanomansing?
He was born in 1961, currently, he is 59-60 years old. However, his birth date and month are not available at the moment but we will update them as soon as possible.
Ian Hanomansing’s Family
Who are Ian Hanomansing Parents?
He was born in Port of Spain Trinidad and Tobago, how information about his family background is still unknown.
Does Ian Hanomansing Have Siblings?
Currently there is no information about Ian’s siblings but we will update it soon.
Ian Hanomansing’s Education
He attended the Mount Allison University, where he graduated in 1983 with a degree in Political Science and Sociology. After that, he joined Law school; at Dalhousie Law School where he graduated in 1986.
Ian Hanomansing’s Spouse
He is happily married to Nancy Hanomansing, the two have been married for a long time now. They met way back when they were still studying at LLB. They both graduated in 1986 and got married in early 1990’s
Ian Hanomansing’s Kids
The couple shares two sons
Ian Hanomansing’s Height
Adding to his black hair and black eye color his height is still undisclosed but we will upadate it sooner.
Ian Hanomansing’s Net worth
Adding to his salary of $45k he has a net worth of $ 2 million.
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