Pamela Martin
Pamela previously worked as a television journalist, anchoring award-winning newscasts and reporting in the British Columbia market for over 35 years. Among numerous accolades during Pamela’s broadcasting career, CTV News at Six won Best Newscast of 2010, the 2008 International Edward R. Murrow award and in 2006, the RTNDA National Award for Best Spot News Coverage. In 2008, Martin was awarded the National RTNDA Award for Best Feature Story for her report on breast cancer, called “Kelli’s Red Devils.”

In 2003, she won a Leo Award (BC’s Oscar Awards for Film and Television) chosen by viewers as favourite on-air news personality. In 2000, Martin was chosen Women of the Year by the Consumers Choice Awards.

She now works for the BC Liberal Party as Director of Engagement and Liaison to B.C. Premier Christy Clark.

Entries by Pamela Martin

John Horgan's Casual Sexism Has No Place In B.C. Politics

(95) Comments | Posted April 24, 2017 | 9:04 AM

"I'll watch you for a while. I know you like that." Pop quiz -- who said that? Was it the guy on the other end of the phone in a campy, urban legend horror flick? Donald Trump backstage at a Miss America pageant? Sting and the Police, circa...

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Reducing Child-Care Costs In B.C. Can't Wait A Decade

(19) Comments | Posted April 19, 2017 | 8:51 AM

Has anyone else noticed an age-old movie plot line playing out in B.C. this week? A sweet-talking guy sweeps onto the scene, promising the world, only to disappoint when the varnish wears off. It's like watching the sequel of He's Just Not That Into You.

For months, John Horgan and...

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Christy Clark Has Never Been Afraid Of Shattering Glass Ceilings

(39) Comments | Posted March 8, 2016 | 10:06 AM

When I first met Christy Clark, I remember thinking we had a lot in common.

Journalism has changed a lot, but at the time, female reporters and anchors were unusual -- in fact, when I was the first female reporter at CKNW, some listeners complained: how could this woman...

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