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 traveled extensively across Canada and overseas including Europe, India and Australia, and incorporates that first hand knowledge into her presentation. Like many Canadian immigrants, her introduction to winter was dramatic and abrupt. An October blizzard swooped down on Montreal, leaving 10-year-old Suzanne and her little sister to battle their way home from school on foot.
Suzanne enjoyed teaching television studio production at Sheridan College and the experience of mentoring young television and film professionals. She has also been a volunteer teacher of English as a second language. She 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.
While she's come to love Canadian winters, summer is her favourite season. You'll often find her by a lake, working in her garden, hiking or backcountry canoeing. She keeps fit year-round with jogging, yoga and an active lifestyle. Suzanne is a self-described outdoor fanatic and spends as much time as possible outdoors, balancing being active with relaxation and solitude.
Catch Suzanne on weekday afternoons on The Weather Network.