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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

Section of Queensway remains closed due to construction challenges, says OPP

Section of Queensway remains closed due to construction challenges, says OPP

The highway was expected to reopen between Bronson and Carling avenues at 6 a.m., Monday.
Cracked train wheel causes light rail delays in Ottawa

Cracked train wheel causes light rail delays in Ottawa

Supplemental bus service was called in Friday morning, but has since been called off.
Third nail salon in Kingston area reporting COVID-19 outbreak

Third nail salon in Kingston area reporting COVID-19 outbreak

Anyone who was at Georgia Nails between June 12 and 25 must get tested and self-isolate for 14 days, regardless of test results.
FOUND: Missing 24-year-old last seen in Sandy Hill

FOUND: Missing 24-year-old last seen in Sandy Hill

There are concerns for the safety of Ilyas Nur.
South Nation Conservation declares Level 1 low water warning for eastern Ontario

South Nation Conservation declares Level 1 low water warning for eastern Ontario

As a result, the conservation authority is asking all residents and businesses in 16 member municipalities to reduce their water use by 10 per cent.
Body found in Pembroke identified as missing teen

Body found in Pembroke identified as missing teen

Myrah Rogers-Goersh, 17, is the second young person found deceased in the area in the past two weeks.
Police respond to pair of shootings in city's west end

Police respond to pair of shootings in city's west end

In one of the incidents, two men were sent to hospital in serious but stable condition.
Street parking enforcement resumes in Ottawa

Street parking enforcement resumes in Ottawa

By-law officers will start by issuing warning notices on Monday.
UPDATE: CO leak leaves Ottawa Amazon distribution centre mostly closed

UPDATE: CO leak leaves Ottawa Amazon distribution centre mostly closed

Employees were alerted to the carbon monoxide leak by an internal alarm system.
Hospital parking fees reinstated in Ottawa, as in person clinics resume

Hospital parking fees reinstated in Ottawa, as in person clinics resume

Revenue from parking fees helps pay for medical equipment and research.