A veteran reporter and video-journalist, Antony brings a wealth of experience with him as Anchor/Host of Global Toronto’s News at Noon and The Morning Show.
Having worked with Global Toronto for over seven years, Antony has covered several major local, national and international stories throughout his career.
Born in Halifax and raised in Regina, Antony graduated from McGill University in Montreal before moving to Washington, D.C. to study at American University. Antony began his broadcasting career at ABC News’ Washington Bureau, working alongside White House Correspondent Sam Donaldson. Later moving to CBC News in Toronto, Antony worked his way up from Editorial Assistant to become a reporter and video-journalist.
Antony fed his love of travelling by moving to Paris, France, where he lived for close to two years. It is there where he worked as a reporter with Radio France International and as a producer/videographer with CNBC Europe.
In 2004, Antony moved back home to become a reporter and anchor for Global Toronto. Highlights of Antony’s coverage with Global News include reporting live, on the ground from Haiti just a day after the January, 2010 earthquake struck the impoverished country. Antony also covered the results desk during the 2011 Ontario provincial election and, most recently, covered the 2012 summer shootings in Scarborough.
Antony is a regular correspondent with Global’s newsmagazine program 16×9, and put together a gripping three-part investigative piece on a suspicious hotel fire that claimed the lives of 10 people, most of them Canadians, in Western New York State in 1978.
Antony frequently speaks to students across Ontario as a guest lecturer and is involved in a number of charity organizations. He enjoys running, skiing, golfing, and most of all, spending time with his family.