Nate Vandermeer Biography
Nate Vandermeer is a CTV News Ottawa Multi-Skilled Journalist who covers Brockville and the Seaway Valley. He writes for television, digital platforms, and radio. Previously, he worked for Vandermeer Farms, The Weather Channel, and MLSE (Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment Partnership).
Nate Vandermeer Age
Nate Vandermeer’s age is still under wraps, however, a review on this is going on, and will update this section soon.
Nate Vandermeer Height
Nate stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches/1.7m tall.
Nate Vandermeer Education
Nate earned a diploma in Radio and Broadcasting from Algonquin College of Applied Arts and Technology in 2006. Following that, he attended Fanshawe College in London, where he earned a diploma in television broadcasting in 2009.
Nate Vandermeer Family
When Nate is not at work, he spends time at the farm with his father. Vandermeer was also born and raised on a farm near Lyn, Ontario.
Nate Vandermeer Wife
Nate is happily married to Pam Vandermeer and they enjoy spending time together.
Nate Vandermeer Daughter
Vandermeer is a proud father of Maci.
Nate Vandermeer Salary
Vandermeer pockets an annual salary of $10,000 – $100,000.
Nate Vandermeer Net Worth
Nate has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Nate Vandermeer Career
Nate works as a multi-talented journalist for CTV News Ottawa. To begin, Vandermeer began working at the station in May 2019. He worked as a production floater during this time, and in June, he covered the Orleans tornado on his first solo shift at CTV News.
Prior to that, he began his journalism career at The Weather Network in Oakville, where he stayed for more than a decade. During his time there, he traveled across North America, covering severe weather such as blizzards, forest fires, and tornadoes.
Following that, he began working at his farm, Vandermeer Farms, in Lyn, Ontario. During the off-season, he is currently serving at the farm, organizing maintenance of farm property as well as barn facility, grass, and equipment.
He is in charge of coordinating the transportation of machinery and harvest to and from the field and shop. Furthermore, he has worked as a race track official/flagman at Brockville Ontario Speedway since May 1998. Above all, he is happy to be back in his hometown, interacting with residents and covering stories that are important to the community. Finally, he is a big fan of motorsports and can usually be found waving the green flag at Brockville Ontario Speedway on race nights.