Christine Bentley – Biography
Christine Bentley is a world-renowned and iconic journalist, news host and community lawyer. She has worked as a co-presenter of the Toronto CTV News for 30 plus years and has scored incredible ratings in the Canadian Television market.
During the year 1997, Christine joined the CTV News family however her broadcasting procession commenced from CKVR TV. Further she worked as a host in CFTO TV that is located at Toronto. She worked in the field of reporting for more than 35 years and got her retirement later.
Her last show before retirement was on CTV News on September 2012. Prior concentrating on the politics at Queen’s Park, she was designated to City Hall pruning her teeth on the mayoral elections and municipal politics. She further moved to the weekend host desk and joined the CTV’s Late Night cast, Night Beat News. Christine worked for more than one decade prior becoming a part of CTV’s 6 p.m. newscast.
Christine is a dynamic and strenuous reporter where she scores the recognition and credit from her fans across the world. She is proudly appreciated for her excellent reporting skills and of course all this happen only since she loves her job that much. She enjoys her profession and loves everything she does, which has all earned her name and fame.
Christine Bentley got wedlock with Howard Sokolowski however her marriage life wasn’t successful though. They both were separated and also got divorced too. Bentley is a happy mom of a daughter and twin sons. One among the twin sons was named as Jordan Young who works as an Audio Engineer in Canada while the other one was named as DJ Swivel and he is a music composer by profession.
Christine loves photography and arts much. All her fans and public were under utter depression when Bentley disclosed her retirement amidst the public. Bentley is an awesome woman with inspiring pair of legs and feet. She is of course attractive and gorgeous too.
Contribution and Charity
Besides being a reward-winning journalist, Christine has exerted for many charities such as CTV’s Toy Mountain and Canadian Cancer Society. Bentley has also been the ambassador for Children’s Wish Foundation.
Awards and Honors
She doesn’t compromises in her work and profession, while she bestowed all her efforts and hard work in resolving the community and social work. All these have won her recognition, accolades and rewards. The debut of this energetic woman into the TV industry has greatly helped many other women to follow her and accomplish their desires and dreams of becoming an iconic media person. Bentley has won plenty of awards including Women of the Year 2009 by Consumers Choice Awards, Canada, Paul Harris Fellowship Award for Community Service in 2009 by Rotary Club of Canada, Woman of Baycrest Award in 2011 by Baycrest Centre, Star Recipent Award in 2013 by Scarborough Walk of Fame and many more.
Social and Community Services
Christine is an energetic and enthusiastic social worker and strives hard to be an active participant in community services. Bentley has volunteered and worked for many charities and non-profit organizations too.