Suzanne's warm and intelligent presentation has been a mainstay of The Weather Network's broadcast schedule since 1998. Her passion for communication, meteorology, news and lifelong learning make a winning combination for this broadcaster.
Suzanne has an extensive broadcast career which includes 10 years with TVOntario's Gemini Award-winning current affairs and children's programs. Suzanne holds a bachelor's degree in Radio and Television Arts from Ryerson University.
A gifted teacher Suzanne has shared her professional wisdom with television studio production students at Sheridan College and as a volunteer teacher of English as a second language.
Suzanne is styled on-air by LOFT.
What does Suzanne love about the weather?
I find weather endlessly fascinating and thrive on the complexities and constant learning with a science like meteorology. I love the daily challenge of managing complex information for regions across Canada and being able to have a daily on-air ‘conversation’ with Canadians about what’s important to them.
- Suzanne’s a self-described ‘outdoor junkie’, she loves the Canadian wilderness and has camped and hiked in every province, she also has a red canoe called ‘Algonquin Bound’
- Following a Leonard family tradition, Suzanne’s an avid gardener who shares her knowledge and timely tips on TV and in the ‘Adventures in Gardening’ column on our website
- Suzanne achieved a life goal when she had the chance to do a thrilling tandem skydive with the Canadian Forces Parachute Team, the SkyHawks
- Suzanne’s passion for travel has taken her around the world, from trekking the heights of the Himalayas to snorkeling the deeps of the Great Barrier Reef
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