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Victoria Williston

Victoria Williston

Victoria came to 1310NEWS at the end of 2018 from our sister station in Toronto, to take on the role of morning news anchor. Other than scouring for the latest news, Victoria enjoys doing home DIY projects and attending stand-up comedy shows.

Stay connected to your local news by listening to Victoria Williston and Andrew Boyle on 1310NEWS between 5 a.m. and 9 a.m.

You can also follow her on Twitter @vwilliston1310.

Phone
613-736-2020
Email
victoria.williston@rci.rogers.com

Recent Work by Victoria

11-hour police stand-off in Barrhaven ends peacefully

11-hour police stand-off in Barrhaven ends peacefully

Officers would like to thank residents in the Chapman Mills and Davidson Heights area for their patience, as well as their negotiators, and an on-call psychologist.
Goodfood meal kit recalled due to undeclared allergen

Goodfood meal kit recalled due to undeclared allergen

The product was sold in Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island.
Extrication needed in separate east and south Ottawa collisions

Extrication needed in separate east and south Ottawa collisions

One driver had been ejected from their vehicle and then became trapped under the rolling car.
60 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Ottawa

60 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Ottawa

Sixty-seven per cent of today’s cases are in people under the age of 40.
Eight additional city run arenas opening Tuesday for community use

Eight additional city run arenas opening Tuesday for community use

The city says more arenas may open at the end of September, based on demand.
What's open and closed in Ottawa on Labour Day 2020

What's open and closed in Ottawa on Labour Day 2020

There is lots to do and see in the capital this holiday weekend, as residents are being reminded to adhere to COVID-19 rules and guidelines.
UPDATE: 'Papa Walks 4 Kids' raises over four times its goal for CHEO

UPDATE: 'Papa Walks 4 Kids' raises over four times its goal for CHEO

Russell MacKay, who is legally blind, pledged to walk 125 km to raise money for the children's hospital ophthalmology department.
A number of Ottawa's French schools opening Thursday

A number of Ottawa's French schools opening Thursday

French Catholic board officials say they have spent months preparing for a safe return for students during the global pandemic.
Five workers of a Gatineau restaurant test positive for COVID-19

Five workers of a Gatineau restaurant test positive for COVID-19

The employees have not been at work since August 24.
Smiths Falls police investigating fatal hit-and-run

Smiths Falls police investigating fatal hit-and-run

The identity of the deceased is not yet being released.