Articles by Kim Phillips
- Police spark debate after demanding breathalyzer at Barrie, Ont. man's home after traffic complaint
- Beeton, Ont. couple celebrate big win with Lotto 6/49
- Alliston elementary school targeted by vandals with BB guns
- Temporary shelter in Barrie to close soon to allow for future development
- Highway 400 crash in Barrie sends one person to hospital
- York Region police take to the skies with new $7.1M state-of-the-art helicopter
- Orillia waterfront project moves into spring with several closures
- Concerned motorist credited with stopping impaired driver in Barrie
- Man, 21, charged with attempting to lure child: OPP
- Elmvale man, 19, faces trafficking charges after major drug bust: OPP
- Suspended driver clocked speeding over 2x limit while impaired on Highway 11: OPP
- Search for missing 14-year-old in Orillia ends: OPP
- Ont. woman charged with kidnapping in Elnaz Hajtamiri abduction investigation
- Suspended, impaired driver blows over 3x legal limit after wild ride in Barrie's south end
- Kempenfest announces its biggest lineup yet for its 51st year
- Simcoe County man, 67, arrested and charged in child pornography case
- Thousands of dollars' worth of stolen property recovered in massive porch pirate bust
- Video game and social media platforms used to exploit 11-year-old in child luring case
- Local nurse plans to vacation with big lottery win
- Two men spotted circling and taking pictures of vehicle in Barrie parking lot
Kim Phillips joined CTVNewsBarrie.ca as a producer in 2018 and specializes in local news.
Before joining the Barrie digital team, Kim spent over a decade in the Barrie news control room as a director and technical director. She worked on various programs, including CTV News at 6 and 11, election coverage and a wide range of broadcast specials.
She spent five years directing at the Business News Network in Toronto, where she worked on various business shows, and other programming, including 'APP Central,' 'Money Talk,' and 'Dr. Marla and Friends.'
Kim grew up in southern Ontario and graduated from Broadcast Television at Mohawk College in Hamilton.
Kim speaks English.