Marianne Dimain is currently on maternity leave.
Marianne joined the Global Toronto news team in March 2010 as a general assignment reporter.
After graduating from Ryerson University’s Journalism program, Marianne became the health reporter at CH News in Hamilton.
In 2005 she made the move to CityTV as a reporter for CityNews and anchor on CP24. It was no surprise that Marianne ended up joining the Canwest family; while in university, Marianne was the recipient of Canwest’s Broadcaster of the Future scholarship, helping her to pursue a career in broadcasting.
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If you’re a Toronto Blue Jays fan you may have seen or heard one of the most enthusiastic ushers in the Rogers Centre. Continue reading →
The Boots and Hearts Festival drew 40,000 people to Burl’s Creek in Oro Medonte, Ont. over the weekend, for three days of music, fun and camping — but some residents hope it won’t be back. Continue reading →
With scorching temperatures across the Greater Toronto Area police have been busy responding to calls of dogs trapped inside sweltering cars. Continue reading →
The Kiwanis outdoor pool in East York is in hot water for posting a sign asking patrons to remove sunscreen before swimming. Continue reading →
The three-day WayHome music festival is set to kick off Friday in Oro-Medonte, Ont. and that has some residents bracing for traffic headaches — or worse. Continue reading →
Summer driving comes with a lot of stressful scenarios, but with the Pan Am Games and the temporary HOV lanes in Toronto, many commuters are reaching a boiling point. Continue reading →
Even with money put away, many Canadians are still expected to rack up debt and dip into their savings Continue reading →
Nerves were frayed amongst WestJet passengers at Pearson Airport after hearing a fourth flight from the same airline was the target of a bomb threat in just five days. Continue reading →
Many children can be picky eaters, but avoiding foods can be a sign of a much more serious condition called Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake disorder or ARFID. Continue reading →
As the weather gets warmer, the battle between cyclists and drivers may become more common in the city. Continue reading →
As Catholics around the world gather for Good Friday, the Archdiocese of Toronto says the number of parishioners in the GTA is growing in size and diversity. Continue reading →
Day eight of deliberations in the Via Rail terror trial began with a lesson on intent. Continue reading →
A 12-year-old autistic boy and his mother have taken legal action against the Peel District School board for what they allege has been years of abuse. Continue reading →
Parents at an Etobicoke public school fear a construction project is making their kids sick. Continue reading →