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Pam Seatle is a TV newscaster on City in Toronto, Canada, on CityNews at 6 and CityNews Tonight (weekdays). Her aunt is actor Dixie Seatle, who portrayed the character of Mona in the 1980s series Adderly. On January 19, 2010, Pam Seatle was released from contract by Rogers Media Television and within one month Pam Seatle was brought back to Citytv's CityNews as a reporter. On March 5, 2010, Pam Seatle was the new anchor of the weekend edition of CityNews at Six when it was brought back to air. She currently anchors both the weekend edition of CityNews at Six and CityNews Tonight as well as reporting weekdays for CityNews.

Education[edit]

Seatle has a degree in French from the University of Toronto and, as part of her formal schooling, spent her third year at the Université de Provence in the south of France.

Personal life[edit]

Pam is married to Canadian author Dave Eddie, whose book "Housebroken" is a chronicle of the way his life changed after meeting and marrying Pam and having children. They reside with their 3 children in Toronto.[citation needed]

When asked of her height, she replied: "I am a shade under 5'11. Most people cannot tell that and are often surprised when they meet me. It is one of the most oft-heard phrases of my career: 'You are much taller than you look on TV!'" [1][2]

References[edit]

http://www.citynews.ca/shows/personalities_673.aspx



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Pam, Stella and Tracy take the Great Canadian Chill plunge

CityNews' Pam Seatle, Tracy Tong and Stella Acquisto braved the cold temps to plunge into the Great Toronto Chill pool.

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CityNews anchor Gord Martineau recalled her early days as a floor director on Breakfast Television.

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He drew attention on social media and Jimmy Kimmel after yelling at Rob Ford during a Canada Day parade. CityNews reporter Pam Seatle learns more about just ...

CityVote Debate Part 5: Other candidates, panel question on Ford crack scandal

Pam Seatle speaks with some of the lesser known Toronto mayoral candidates, plus Mayor Rob Ford is asked about the crack scandal.

CP24 ID and CITY - CityPulse at 6:00 Open for January 1st, 2000

Credit to CatchTheTaste's YouTube account for the actual footage, only recorded the opening to CityPulse at 6:00 Weekend Edition with Pam Seatle. This was th...

YWCA launches ad campaign on violence against women

A new campaign by YWCA Canada called #NotOkay puts the focus on how violence against women is taken lightly in pop culture. CityNews reporter Pam Seatle look...

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John Barrack and Mark Bishop speak to Pam Seatle.

CityPulse - Fighting Back (August 5, 2005)

Webpage: http://jane-finch.com/videos/citypulse_fightingback.htm Paul Nguyen and Mark Simms talk to reporter Pam Seatle about their fight to improve the name...

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Tue, 09 Dec 2014 14:44:24 -0800

A Toronto woman says she received two phone calls from a person claiming to be from Canada Revenue Agency (CRA), threatening her with legal action if she didn't pay a significant sum of money. The woman, who only wanted to be identified as Jacqueline ...

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Wed, 26 Nov 2014 03:15:03 -0800

The 93-year-old presided over her last city council meeting on Wednesday before she hands over the reins to incoming mayor Bonnie Crombie. McCallion — nicknamed “Hurricane Hazel” — has been mayor since 1978 and won her 12th term in 2010.
 
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Mon, 18 Aug 2014 17:09:47 -0700

Mother recalls terrifying day her son fell out a window. August 18, 2014. CityNews reporter Pam Seatle speaks with the mother of a six-year-old Aurora boy who is recovering after falling through the screen of a second floor window. The boy was jumping ...

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Mon, 01 Dec 2014 15:05:46 -0800

Toronto police have identified the three homicide victims found inside a Thorncliffe Park apartment as a mother and her two young sons. They are Zahra Mohamoud Abdille, 43, Faris Abdille, 13, and Zain Abdille, 8. Both boys were students at schools in ...

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Tue, 25 Nov 2014 15:05:50 -0800

While Toronto is a long way from Ferguson, Missouri, community activists say Canadians are kidding themselves if they think work doesn't need to be done on race relations here at home. Race relations has been at the forefront in Toronto following the ...

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Mon, 25 Aug 2014 09:18:20 -0700

Council voted 38-2 on Monday to lease land at Exhibition Place to Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment for a Toronto Raptors' practice facility. Mayor Rob Ford and Coun. Doug Ford voted against it. The facility will serve as a practice space for the ...

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Tue, 26 Aug 2014 10:58:58 -0700

Mayor Rob Ford and his brother are not happy with the city protocol for violations of the code of conduct. City council voted 30-4 in favour of accepting the integrity commissioner's recommendation that Coun. Maria Augimeri be found in violation of the ...
 
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Wed, 25 Jun 2014 17:22:30 -0700

An attack on a 57-year-old Toronto man who was punched by a stranger last week bears a strong resemblance to a disturbing game making its rounds on social media. Gerald McMaster said on June 18 he was waiting for a bus near Jane Street and Weston ...
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