Rosemary Barton Biography
Rosemary Barton is a popular Canadian political and correspondent journalist. Barton is an award-winning journalist and has been a political journalist for a long time, she is also the first woman to be a political correspondent for CBC News. Rosemary is presently serving as the chief political correspondent for CBC News. In addition, she is the host of the Sunday morning news show, Rosemary Barton Live as the anchor. Barton did host the “At Issue” segment on The National, and also leads special coverage for the network including national emergencies, during elections, and breaking news.
Rosemary Barton Age
How old is Rose Mary Barton? Barton was born in the year 1976 on the 31st of may in Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada. She is therefore currently 46 years of age.
Rosemary Barton Height
She stands at an average and moderate body measurement height by the look of her photos. So her body measurement height is approximately around 5ft and 6inches.
Rosemary Barton Weight
Barton also stands at a moderate body measurement weight that is approximately around 55 kilograms. She maintains her weight by eating healthy and exercising her body.
Rosemary was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada and while growing up she was very disciplined and passionate when it comes to getting what she want. Her mother is known by the name of Mary Barton, but the name of her father isn’t available at moment. So more of her family info, we will update you soon after doing further research.
Rosemary Barton Education
She did start her journalism career working in her home town Winnipeg as a researcher for CBC’s French news network, RDI. Barton did join College Universitaire de Saint-Boniface where she got a degree in French literature. Later went on to Carleton University and graduate with a master’s in Journalism.
As a Chief Political Correspondent for CBC, Barton has done interviews with prominent political officials including former Prime Minister Stephen Harper, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and International Monetary Fund managing director Christine Lagarde.
However, Barton began her career as a researcher working for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and she was doing the French-language news network RDI news. This was before working for the National Assembly of Quebec correspondent for Global News.
Later in 2004, she did rejoin Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and her role was to play as a provincial political correspondent. Then she was transferred to the national Parliament Hill bureau in 2007. Still on that, she started appearing in 2011 on the show Power & Politics as the program’s main substitute host.
In 2015, Evan Solomon was dismissed by CBC, and Rosemary did replace him as the interim host of Power & Politics. In addition to that, Barton did gain popularity after she made her response to the statement made by the former -Minister of Citizenship and Immigration Chris Alexander on Power & Politics during the 2015 election campaign.
Minister had an attempt on deflecting questions on the government’s handling of Syrian refugees during a panel discussion by blaming the media
Later in 2017 on the 6th of November, Rosemary became the co-host of The National, CBC Television’s flagship newscast, alongside Ian Hanomansing, Adrienne Arsenault, and Andrew Chang. Later Vassy Kapelos did succeed her by becoming the host of Power & Politics.
Since 2020 on the 1st of November she has been the host of Rosemary Barton Live, But she continues to contribute to The National as host of “At Issue”
Rosemary Barton’s Net Worth
Barton is a popular Canadian political and correspondent journalist whose net worth ranges from $ 1 million to $ 5 million.
Theanaul salary that she receives per year is $ 33,774 to $ 112,510.
Rosemary Barton Husband/Spouse
Is Rosemary Barton Married? She is the wife of a handsome guy by the name of Marcus Barton who is the love of her life.
Information about her children is still under review and we will update you soon.
Is Rosemary Barton still with CBC?
Since 2020 on the 1st of November she has been the host of Rosemary Barton Live for CBC, But she continues to contribute to The National as host of “At Issue”