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Erin Anderson

Erin Anderson

Erin graduated from the Broadcast Journalism program at Conestoga College in April of 2015. During her time at Conestoga, Erin was awarded a position on the Dean's Honour List and also received the achievement of Graduation with Distinction at her convocation.

Erin joined the 570 NEWS team in June of 2015 and contributes as a reporter, anchor, and web editor.

Erin was born in Aurora, Ontario, but has spent most of her life in Kitchener. In her spare time, she enjoys reading comic books and science fiction.

Phone
519-743-6397
Email
erin.anderson@rci.rogers.com
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Recent Work by Erin

A look at the jersey the Rangers will wear in their Remembrance Day game

A look at the jersey the Rangers will wear in their Remembrance Day game

The jersey is inspired by 16 year-old Daniel Kreller
See where regional candidates stand on gender-based issues through 'The Feminist Shift' survey

See where regional candidates stand on gender-based issues through 'The Feminist Shift' survey

Questions focus on gender-based violence, femicide, Islamophobia, and other topics
You can vote early this Thanksgiving weekend

You can vote early this Thanksgiving weekend

The first advanced polling day is Friday, October 11
House of Friendship seeking donations

House of Friendship seeking donations

It says it needs new men's underwear in a variety of sizes
Local public health unit receives first flu vaccine shipment in midst of shortage

Local public health unit receives first flu vaccine shipment in midst of shortage

The federal government says some flu shot programs may have to be pushed back due to supply issues
The City of Cambridge celebrates Oktoberfest

The City of Cambridge celebrates Oktoberfest

The 2019 opening ceremony began Wednesday at 11:30 a.m.
Candidates for Kitchener-Conestoga, Waterloo set to debate environmental issues

Candidates for Kitchener-Conestoga, Waterloo set to debate environmental issues

'100 Debates on the Environment' is a national initiative, happening in over 100 ridings across Canada
Abandoned puppies now available for adoption

Abandoned puppies now available for adoption

Ten puppies were found in a box in McLennan Park - their mother was nowhere in sight
Kitchener Market celebrates milestone this Saturday

Kitchener Market celebrates milestone this Saturday

The first dedicated market building opened 150 years ago
Cities preparing for potential school strike, offering programming and day camps

Cities preparing for potential school strike, offering programming and day camps

The Waterloo Catholic District School Board will have to close its schools Monday if a strike is declared