Caley Bedore began working with CHEX TV in 2012 as an intern in the news department. During her time at CHEX she has been a videographer, anchor, producer, and host of The Morning Show on CHEX; she is now a Weather Analyst for CHEX News at 6 as well as the Host of CHEX Daily.
Caley graduated from Durham College in Oshawa with an advanced diploma in Journalism Print and Broadcasting and continues to learn each day by connecting with people in the community. Born in the Peterborough area, the region is close to her heart and she is passionate about sharing its stories in an engaging way.
When she isn’t working you can find her outside enjoying the beauty of the Kawarthas, doing yoga or surrounded by family and friends. Despite popular opinion – she has no say over when it snows.
“In the next few weeks they are going to be coming out like crazy because it was such a delayed spring, but once they hit that summer drought their numbers will drop right off.” Continue reading →
“I expect the tick will be an ongoing problem. We will learn how to live with it, the same way everyone has learned to live with mosquitoes now.” Continue reading →
“The first job is to get anything on that garden off — that’s the first job. Second job is to get any weeds that have started growing.” Continue reading →
“It is really the potential for downpours that will make things a bit worse if they come, it is really about the next 12 hours.” Continue reading →
“I think its beneficial for people who find yoga intimidating. It is hard to be intimidated with these guys running around.” Continue reading →
Owners of Harley Farms in Keene, Ont., are looking to educate the public on farming and agriculture by inviting the community to interact with animals. Continue reading →
“Horses really help us see how we present ourselves to the rest of the world.” Continue reading →
Tips on how to tackle Spring cleaning from professional organizer, Sherrie Le Masurier. Continue reading →
Kaydance Lane of Lindsay is returning as ambassador for the 46th annual Easter Seals Telethon. Continue reading →
One exhibit at the annual festival features photographs by newcomer youth, including 13-year-old Faadel Al Asfari, who came to Peterborough from Syria two years ago. Continue reading →
Thousands lined George St. for the annual Santa Claus parade in downtown Peterborough on Saturday night. Continue reading →