Born and raised in Winnipeg, Ashley began her broadcasting career after graduating from the Creative Communications program at Red River College in 2012.
She spent two years at Global Winnipeg and worked behind the scenes at Breakfast Television before moving across the country to become the anchor at CJDC TV in Dawson Creek, BC.
Having always had a passion for storytelling and reporting, she’s excited to have the opportunity to do exactly that in Medicine Hat.
Ashley prides herself on living an active lifestyle and when she’s not outside hiking the coulees or tossing around a frisbee, you’ll probably find her at the gym or on her yoga mat.
Born in Olds, AB and raised in Sundre, AB, Mitch grew up the same way many young Canadian’s grow up; at the hockey rink. His love of hockey transformed him into a passionate sports fan, and ultimately his venture into broadcasting. Along with hockey, golf has also been a big part of his life, playing and competing throughout North America. Prior to enrolling in the RTBN program at SAIT Polytechnic, Mitch studied sciences at the University of Calgary for a year before taking a 7 month solo-trip to Australia. As a news reporter, Mitch enjoys covering hard-hitting stories that directly affect Hatters.
Self-described as awkwardly charismatic, he enjoys living a healthy, active lifestyle, singing at locations no one else can hear him, playing guitar, and giving his two cents on the latest Calgary Flames game.
Scott graduated from SAIT’s Radio, Television and Broadcast News program with honours in 2014, and spent the first two years of his career with The Eagle 100.9 in his hometown of Okotoks as a news & sports reporter. More recently, Scott spent close to two years in Melfort, Saskatchewan working as a news & sports reporter, and the play-by-play voice of the SJHL’s Melfort Mustangs and Nipawin Hawks for 105 CJVR FM and CK750.
A die hard Calgary Flames fan, Scott also is a weekly Flames columnist for Daily Hive Calgary.
Shortly after arriving on the CHAT scene, the Medicine Hat Tigers joined the Western hockey league and the result saw Bob becoming the play by play broadcaster, a job that he has held ever since. Bob has broadcast all games but one and has witnessed the team winning five championships and two memorial cup championships, no doubt those trips to the memorial cup and broadcasting at that high level were a highlight of his career.
This Drumheller native graduated from the Radio and TV journalism program at Mount Royal College which led to him eventually coming back to Medicine Hat.
While enjoying covering all sports, Bob has played hockey, baseball, most racquet sports and was a member of the Alberta Canoe team for two years in the early ‘70’s.
Other career highlights for Bob came when he won the Civic Recognition sports award in 1995. He was also named to the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame in 2000. Then in 2005, won the Alberta Centennial award and more recently, two years ago, was the recipient of the RTNDA News Directors award.
Bob is married to wife Deb and has three children. Son Bob is a dentist and lives in Edmonton and his two daughters live and have careers in Medicine Hat.