Stories covered by Beatrice Vaisman
- 'Please come forward': Tearful appeal to driver who hit Barrie man and left him to die
- Five-tonne fuel truck rolls over into a ditch in Clearview Township
- Vehicle of interest identified in deadly hit-and-run near downtown Barrie
- 'We're thinking about him every day:' Colts launch campaign to raise money for cancer research
- Georgian College redefining what it means to 'Man Up'
- Santa Claus Bandit sentenced to 10 years in prison for robbery spree
- Incumbent John Brassard hopes to keep Barrie-Innisfil Tory blue
- 'Wrong project, wrong place, wrong time:' residents voice objection to sports dome
- 41-year-old pedestrian dead after being hit by car in Kawartha Lakes
- Firefighters battle stubborn blaze near Huntsville
- Father of 6 pleads guilty to violent sexual assault of Barrie teen
- The race for the Simcoe North riding
- Trudeau makes campaign stop in Barrie, Parry Sound
- Students gather to celebrate Franco-Ontarian Day
- Boy killed in Bradford crash remembered
- 'I wish I could do more': Witness recalls triple fatal crash in Bradford
- Pilot project aimed at helping downtown Barrie's most vulnerable
- Ontario won’t pay for French-language university until 2023
- Oro-Medonte family relieved son escaped Mother Nature's wrath
- Barrie man takes action to help victims of hurricane Dorian
November, 2019: Beatrice Vaisman is no longer with CTV Barrie.
Beatrice Vaisman joined the CTV Barrie team in August 2017 as a videographer.
She arrived at the station from CP24, where she worked on the assignment team, dispatching reporters and cameras across Toronto. The fast-paced and high-stress environment solidified her passion for breaking news, and she knew she had to get back out into the field to tell stories families would talk about at the dinner table.
Beatrice got her start in journalism at Sun Media as a chase producer and writer, and since then she has done a little bit of everything. As an anchor, she guided viewers through three hours of live coverage during the October 2014 shooting on Parliament Hill. She has a passion for politics, and especially enjoys holding elected officials accountable for their decisions. She has reported on numerous municipal, provincial, and federal elections, as well as covered local response to major national and international stories like the Egyptian uprising.
Beatrice grew up in York Region, and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Relations, and a diploma in Broadcast Journalism from Seneca College.
Aside from storytelling, Beatrice is passionate about living a healthy, active lifestyle. She also has a zest for globetrotting, and her adventures have taken her to more than two dozen countries, including a six-week trek across New Zealand.