There are few jobs in the TV news business that Alan Carter hasn’t had. He’s worked as a reporter, anchor, producer and manager in Vancouver, Edmonton, and since 1999, here in Toronto.
Over the years he’s been tear-gassed, tasered, and dunked in frozen Lake Ontario – all in the name of getting the story.
Alan now brings his passion for politics and story-telling to the legislature as Global Toronto’s Queen’s Park Bureau Chief. W
When he’s not asking tough questions of politicians, Alan can be found on his mountain bike riding the amazing trails across this great province. He’s competed in several endurance races, including a 24-hour relay race.
A proud father of two young children, Alan spends his spare time trying to keep the peace at home.
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