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Nationality  Trinidadian Canadian
Spouse  Nancy Hanomansing
Role  Journalist

Name  Ian Hanomansing
Occupation  Journalist
Residence  Canada
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Full Name  Ian Harvey Hanomansing
Born  1961 (age 54–55)Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
Alma mater  Dalhousie Law School, Mount Allison University
Employer  Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Education  Mount Allison University, Schulich School of Law, Dalhousie University
TV shows  Canada Now, CBC News Vancouver
Awards  Gemini Award for Best News Anchor
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Ian Harvey Hanomansing (born 1961) is a Canadian television journalist with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC). He currently hosts CBC News Now with Ian Hanomansing on CBC News Network, and reports for CBC Television's nightly newscast, The National.

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On August 1, 2017, he was named a co-anchor of The National.

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Early life

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Hanoomansing was born in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago and grew up in Sackville, New Brunswick. He is of Indian descent. He attended Mount Allison University for his undergraduate education and graduated in 1983 with a degree in political science and sociology. He studied law at Dalhousie Law School and graduated in 1986.

Broadcasting career

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His broadcast media career began at CKDH in Amherst, Nova Scotia in the summer after his graduation, followed by work at CKCW in Moncton, New Brunswick and at CHNS in nearby Halifax, Nova Scotia. In 1986 he joined the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. He worked for CBC bureaus in the Maritimes and Toronto, Ontario before moving to Vancouver, where he was a network reporter and hosted the now-defunct programs Pacific Rim Report, Foreign Assignment, and Times 7 (a joint venture with The New York Times) and also hosted a summer series on CBC Radio One, Feeling the Heat.

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From 2000 to 2007, he was the anchor of the national segment of the defunct newscast Canada Now; following that program's cancellation, he was the co-anchor of CBC News: Vancouver, CBUT's supper hour newscast, from 2007 to 2010. He returned to his former role as network reporter for The National in 2010 and on September 17, 2012, began his current role as host of CBC News Now with Ian Hanomansing, which is broadcast live from CBC Vancouver on weeknights.

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Hanomansing has developed and hosted a series of innovative live news specials including "Downtown Drugs", in November 1998, from Vancouver's Downtown Eastside during a public health emergency declared after a high number of fatal overdoses. In March 2005, "Crime on the Streets" was broadcast, in part, from Stoney Mountain Institution in Manitoba. It is believed to be the only live national news special from a Canadian federal penal institution. It won a national Justicia Award for Excellence in Legal Reporting, as well as a Jack Webster Award.

Hanomansingh received an honorary degree, Doctor of Laws honoris causa (LLD), from Mount Allison University in 2003. On November 28, 2008 Hanomansing won the Gemini Award for Best News Anchor, beating Kevin Newman and Peter Mansbridge. In March 2016, he won the Canadian Screen Award for Best National News Anchor over Peter Mansbridge, Lisa LaFlamme and Heather Hiscox.

Hanomansing also designed Big League Manager, an NHL-licensed board game. His game was voted a "Best Bet" by the Canadian Toy Testing Council.

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