Robin Stickley


An accomplished and award-winning journalist, Robin Stickley has been a member of the Global News family since 2000.

Born in Alberta, Robin was raised in an Air Force family and grew up overseas in Germany. As a young adult, she moved back to Canada to study and graduated from the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) with a degree in communications and journalism, landing her first job as a reporter with television station RDTV Red Deer soon after.

In 2000, Robin joined Global Edmonton (then known as ITV) as a reporter and co-host of (what is now known as) Global News Morning. She also spent nearly a year as the station’s consumer advocate.

In January 2004, Robin moved to Vancouver joining Global BC as a reporter, and hosted the weekend editions of the Morning News and Noon News Hour. In 2009, she began anchoring the weekend News Hour.

In 2012, Robin joined Global National, and moved to Washington, D.C., taking on the role of foreign correspondent. From the U.S. election to Hurricane Sandy, the Boston marathon bombings and Newtown School shooting, she covered the big stories in the U.S. for Global National.

In 2014, Robin returned to her hometown Vancouver and rejoined Global BC as anchor of Global News at 5. In September 2015, she also took on the responsibility of anchoring Global News at Noon. She calls this newsroom her family.

Outside of work, Robin keeps active hiking, cycling and traveling. She completed her first half IRONMAN in 2011.

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