Sandie Rinaldo: Biography, Age, Husband, Children, Net worth, CTV News

Sandra Brycks “Sandie” Rinaldo is a Canadian television journalist and anchor for CTV News. She was born on January 16, 1950.

She became the weekend anchor of CTV National News in 1985, a position she has kept ever since, with the exception of a brief period from 1990 to 1991 when she co-anchored the local World Beat News on the network’s Toronto affiliate CFTO with Tom Gibney.

Since Lloyd Robertson’s retirement in 2011, Rinaldo has worked as a replacement anchor on the main weekday national newscast for Robertson’s successor, Lisa LaFlamme.

She has been anchoring three weekday afternoons on CTV News Channel since 2009. She is also a co-host of W5 and a contributing reporter as of 2010.She has three daughters with Michael Rinaldo (c. 1945–2005), with whom she was married until his death.

Sandie Rinaldo Husband

Rinaldo met her husband Michael Rinaldo while she was in her first year at York University. They got married after several years of dating. However their relationship came to an end after the passing of Michael Rinaldo. Michael Rinaldo died in 2015 at the age of 60. She has three children who’s names are not known to the public

Sandie Rinaldo Net Worth

Sandie Rinaldo has a net worth of $8 million, according to sources. Her income is primarily derived from her work as a journalist. Her annual compensation is also around one million dollars.

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