“Just like the (COVID-19) vaccine, people are waiting for the vaccine. We’re waiting for this pill.” Continue reading
Digital Broadcast Journalist
As an award-winning broadcast journalist, Caryn Lieberman shares her love of news with viewers as a reporter for Global News Toronto.
Lieberman studied Journalism and Communication studies at Concordia University, graduating on the Dean’s list in 2002. Upon graduation, Lieberman joined the Global News team in Montreal as a reporter and host before moving to CTV as a news writer in 2007.
A year later, Lieberman reported and produced segments for CP24 before making the jump to Sun News Network in 2011 to host her own national news show, Right Now with Caryn Lieberman. She also reported on hard news stories for the network in 2014 before ultimately becoming a crime and courts reporter with Global News Toronto.
While with Global, Lieberman has covered a number of significant events in the GTA including the police shooting of Sammy Yatim, the impaired driving crash that killed three children and their grandfather, the Yonge Street van attack and the Danforth shooting.
In 2011, Lieberman was awarded with the RTNDA Adrienne Clarkson Award for Diversity for her Remembrance Day and Holocaust Education Week stories.
Lieberman speaks fluent French and loves travelling and spending time with her daughter and son.
“In terms of my list of worries about how we’re going to care for the surge of patients .. the problem will be mostly staffing based,” said Dr. Brooks Fallis. Continue reading →
“Getting overwhelmed would be very easy, but we just need to make sure we don’t burden ourselves. So constantly remind ourselves that we are doing the best that we can,” he said. Continue reading →
“There is so much that health workers are seeing and experiencing and this is leading to a sense of loss and grief that many of us have not experienced before.” Continue reading →
“Kids might be fine, they rarely get very sick with COVID, but you can’t say the same about their parents and grandparents and that’s what we’re seeing in the hospital.” Continue reading →
Habib Haghjoo’s daughter Sahar, 37, and granddaughter Elsa Jadidi, 8, were killed in a Ukrainian plane crash one year ago. Continue reading →
Students across Ontario are engaged in virtual learning from home this week, but two Toronto-area doctors say schools should not reopen for in-person learning so soon. Continue reading →
‘Bullying has been an issue because of how I look … but really, for me, it’s normal, it doesn’t feel like it’s there.’ Continue reading →
‘He was asking what’s going on… what’s happening and then seeing it’s the whole world on lockdown and quarantine and he really got so nervous,’ his mother said. Continue reading →
‘We didn’t get in this job to walk away from this, we got into this field to help,’ ER nurse Michelle Byrne said. Continue reading →
‘They’re fighting for you and that is a very emotional experience and you bond… I had unbelievably fabulous people there.’ Continue reading →
Delroy Noble spent 59 days hooked up to a ventilator after contracting COVID-19. Eight months later, he is still feeling the impacts of the virus. Continue reading →
“The ministry has chosen long-term care facilities to be priority because of the tragedies that we’ve actually seen and how difficult the situation has been in long-term care.” Continue reading →
“You are far safer in a small business that cares than in a big-box store that cannot control what the population is doing.” Continue reading →
“When our children see that we’re going through a difficult time, how do we respond to that? And Hanukkah tells us that when there’s a time of darkness, we increase in light.” Continue reading →