August 14, 2014 7:00 am
Updated: August 14, 2014 2:01 pm

Cara Fullerton says goodbye to Global Calgary


CALGARY – After 14 years in television, Reporter and Noon News anchor Cara Fullerton has said goodbye to her colleagues at Global Calgary.

Cara made the decision to retire from broadcasting, and instead pursue a career in health and fitness.

“I’ve loved my time in broadcasting but am excited about the next chapter in my life,” said Cara.

Beginning her career as a computer analyst, Cara switched gears in 1998 when she decided to work towards a new career in the broadcast industry.

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Her first television job was working as a videographer in Grande Prairie, Alberta. She then joined the Global Television Network in 2001 when she joined CFSK Saskatoon.

In November 2003, Cara decided to come home to Alberta, where she joined Global News Calgary.

“I would like to thank Cara for her time and dedication to Global,” said Chris Bassett, News Director for Global News, Calgary. “We are definitely going to miss her as she leaves broadcasting to pursue her passion for fitness and helping others attain their personal goals.”

Her last day at Global Calgary was Thursday, August 14th.

WATCH: Cara Fullerton gives an emotional farewell to her Morning News co-anchors


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