Matt Skube Biography
Matt Skube is a well-known Canadian journalist, he currently anchors CTV News. He was hired by CTV Ottawa as the weekend weather anchor in 2013.
Matt Skube Age
Matt Skube has not shared out any details regarding his age and birthdate. Nonetheless, research on this is ongoing, will update this part soon.
Matt Skube Height
Matt stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches/1.7m tall.
Matt Skube Family
Skube has not revealed any information about his family. It is unknown whether he has siblings or parents.
Matthew Skube Wife
Skube is married to Tricia, and the two Tricia and Matt are adjusting to life as a family of four after welcoming their first child in February.
Matt Skube Education
Matt studied and graduated from St. Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia.
Matt Skube Salary
Skube pockets an annual salary ranging between $ 40,000 – $ 70,000.
Matt Skube Net worth
Skube has an approximate net worth of $1 million.
Matt Skube Career
Skube hosts both CTV News at Five and CTV News at 11:30. He is an Ottawa native who appreciates the city’s diversity and vibrancy. He attended St. Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia after growing up in Thunder Bay, then enrolled at the College of Sports Media in Toronto. Because of his experience, he was able to land his first broadcasting job at Thunder Bay Television in his hometown.
He was hired as the weekend weather anchor by CTV Ottawa in 2013 after two years of reporting, anchoring, and living comfortably at home. Since then, he’s done everything from hosting a weekend CFRA radio show to anchoring CTV News at Six and sitting in the stands for the REDBLACKS’ inaugural season. During the week, he can be seen at his desk on CTV News at 5 and 11:30 a.m.
He has always felt a strong sense of civic responsibility. Since moving to Ottawa, he has been involved in a variety of activities and causes, including the Toy Mountain campaign, CHEO, and Ronald McDonald House. In addition, he occasionally graces the stage and sings a show tune. Matt studied and graduated from St. Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia.