Sarah Freemark joins CTV News Barrie as CTV News at 6 anchor.
She was born and raised in Renfrew, Ontario, and began her television career as a volunteer reporter at the age of 16 for the local cable station. Recognizing her love for adventure, she was chosen to host "The Great Outdoors," an award-winning Ontario Star Cable program.
Sarah moved to Toronto to attend Seneca College, graduating with a high honours broadcast journalism diploma. During her time at Seneca, Freemark played varsity volleyball and soccer and traveled to the United Arab Emirates to co-host the "Education Without Borders" documentary.
Sarah spent her first year after college as a videographer, reporter and host of the national business program "CEO-TV."
She also travelled to the US, UK, Germany and Australia presenting for Estee Lauder on various shopping channels.
Sarah eventually joined CTV Morning Live Ottawa and spent eight years reporting, anchoring and hosting the four-hour program. She also supported MAJIC100 as a radio hostess during her time with Bell Media.
She then moved to Alberta to re-launch Breakfast Television Calgary as their lead anchor and reporter for City News. During her time with Rogers, Sarah covered the national election, massive hail storms and the daily COVID-19 pandemic reports by the prime minister.
She joins the Barrie team from CTV Northern Ontario where she co-anchored the newscast at 6 and anchored the late news in Sudbury.
Sarah speaks English.