Lloyd Robertson

Lloyd Robertson

Lloyd Robertson

LLOYD ROBERTSON the longest-running national television news anchor in North America, plays himself in a cameo appearance in Hattie’s Heist, broadcasting the business news.

 As Host and Chief Correspondent for CTV’s investigative news series, W5, Lloyd Robertson is still one of the most trusted faces in television news. He spent 35 years as the Chief Anchor and Senior Editor of the country’s most-watched national newscast, CTV National News with Lloyd Robertson.

One of the most accomplished journalists in North America, Robertson has been broadcasting for more than 50 years.  He joined CTV in 1976, and has held the title of CTV’s Chief Anchor and Senior Editor since 1983.  Throughout his illustrious career, Robertson has guided Canadians through some of the most significant events in recent history. In 1998, Robertson became a Member of the Order of Canada, and in 2007, was the first journalist inducted into Canada’s Walk of Fame.

Widely known for his baritone delivery and for his iconic signoff line, “And that’s the kind of day it’s been,” Robertson vacated his anchor chair on Sept. 1, 2011 after 35 years at CTV News, where he continues in a variety of roles.