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Sarah Freemark

Host

Sarah joins the Breakfast Television Calgary team from the nation’s capital where she spent the last nine years as live eye host for CTV Morning Live Ottawa.

Prior to moving to Ottawa, Sarah spent three years travelling as a Global Spokesperson for Estee Lauder on international shopping channels.

Sarah’s broadcasting career also includes anchoring and producing the national business show CEO-TV on Global and hosting the award-winning adventure program, The Great Outdoors.

Born in Renfrew, Ontario, Sarah caught the media bug at age 15 when she started volunteering at TV Cogeco and she’s been in the spotlight ever since.

Sarah holds a high honours broadcast journalism diploma from Seneca College and had the chance to travel to Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates with the program to shoot the documentary ‘Education Without Borders.’
Sarah is excited to explore the city, hit the slopes on her snowboard and most importantly, connect with Calgarians and give them the information they need to start their day.

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Mike Yawney

Tech News Reporter

Mike keeps Calgarians up to date on the latest tech trends, steering them in the right direction when it comes to purchasing the latest smartphones, tablets, smart watches and other electronic gadgets.

For the past 20 years, Mike has been crafting stories for television. He spent the first 10 years of his career in news, focusing on crime and court. in 2004 Mike pursued his true passion, turning his attention to technology. He has quickly become one of the leading voices in tech, traveling the globe to be the first to bring hands-on impressions of products from companies like Apple, Samsung and Microsoft often weeks before they hit store shelves.

Mike is not only seen daily on Breakfast Television here in Calgary, he also contributes to BT broadcasts in other Canadian markets including Toronto where he is also the Technology Specialist for CityNews. He can also be heard talking tech on any number of Rogers radio stations across the country.

When Mike isn’t transfixed by technology, he can be seen filling in on a variety of roles on BT Calgary including anchoring the News, filling in for Traffic, Weather or On Location hosting duties.

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Michelle Yi

Weather & Traffic Reporter

Michelle Yi has you covered with your fastest route to work and all you’ll need with your weather and traffic.

Michelle was born in Vancouver and got her start in the radio world, graduating from BCIT in Radio Broadcasting. With a passion for adventure and travel, Michelle has worked at the Kube in Seattle, Mountain FM in the Kootenays, Sonic in Vancouver, Chum FM in Toronto before calling BT Calgary home.

You can still catch her on the radio with all of your weather on News660 from 6am to noon!

Michelle’s also a entertainment junkie and dog lover. Yes, SHE will always stop to ask to say hi to your dog.

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Amber Owen

Stuff You Should Do reporter

Born in Crowsnest Pass and raised in Calgary, Amber grew up watching Breakfast Television and actually dreamed of becoming an entertainment reporter for them. Fast forward to 2012 where she was hired as an intern and has yet to leave, working her way from behind-the camera to in front of it, becoming BT Calgary’s Stuff You Should Do host in 2014 and producing various features for the show, including ‘Secret City’.

Growing up in the home of the Calgary Stampede has left its mark on Amber, she is easily the biggest country music fan on the team, having had the chance to rub shoulders with the likes of Garth Brooks and Paul Brandt. Around the newsroom she is known for her desk dancing, inability to tell a funny story without bursting into laughter multiple times and on-location shenanigans with Camerman Nick.

Amber is proud to work for a show she is proud of in the city she loves and is committed to bringing Calgarians the most entertaining and informative stories possible.