Amy Stoodley



Amy Stoodley is an award-winning, multi-media journalist with CTV Atlantic in Halifax.

Amy is proud of her Newfoundland-roots and credits the storytelling culture there for her love of journalism. Amy studied Political Science and English at Memorial University in St. John’s and Journalism at the University of King’s College in Halifax.

Amy has been working in newsrooms in Atlantic Canada and sharing stories across the country for the last decade. She has reported, produced, and directed hundreds of stories for both regional and national programs. In 2012, Amy led a pan-Canadian journalistic investigation into false claims of breast cancer detection by alternative health centres across the country. Her investigative journalism led to cease and desist orders of certain alternative health technologies at the Canadian Border and changed federal legislation.

From captivating interviews to in-depth journalistic investigations, Amy make connections, tells the stories, and helps share the information that truly matters to people in the community.

When Amy isn’t sharing the stories of Atlantic Canadians, she’s normally found on an adventure with her husband, her son Harry, and their rescue snow dog from Northern Labrador.