Steve Darling


Steve Darling is the co-anchor of British Columbia’s most-watched morning newscast, Global News Morning.

He started his career in radio as a producer and then moved behind the microphone working as a disc jockey at JRFM radio. He then moved to CKWX as a sportscaster, helping to start the all-news station News1130.

Following that, he moved to BCTV (now Global BC) covering sports and anchoring weekends.

Then in 2001, he became the co-anchor of the weekday morning newscast.

He has covered numerous stories, including 9/11, the Olympics, and provincial elections.

He was honoured for his work on the Vancouver Olympic announcement and won the RTNDA award for top live programming for the 2012 Christmas Wish Breakfast.

He was also award the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Medal for his community service.

Steve hosts numerous charity events and is the Honorary Chair of the Ronald McDonald House.

He is married to Jen and they have two children, Hayley and Hunter. He also has a chocolate lab named Lucy.

WATCH: Steve Darling answered a few personal questions for Global BC viewers. Like, what would Steve be if he wasn’t a news anchor?

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