Noelle Sinclair has been a reoccurring presence on CKTB throughout her almost three decades in the radio business. After an internship in 1990 at local station, CHSC, she was scooped up by CKTB for a full-time summer job. Upon completion of her program at Fanshawe College’s School of Broadcast Journalism, she started, in earnest, at CKTB in 1991, as a reporter and weekend news anchor.
To gain more experience, after her initial stint at the station, Noelle worked throughout Canada, including stints in Prince George, British Columbia and Calgary, Alberta. Noelle returned to CKTB in 1999 before taking a job, a year later, in Niagara Falls on 105.1 The River, ultimately, co-hosting the station’s popular morning show.
With a keen sense of news and politics, as a reporter, Noelle has covered the Region and councils of the major Niagara municipalities, the Police Service Board and the high profile Colter Inquiry, which looked into police corruption in the early 1990's.
Noelle left radio business in 2006 to become the Fundraising Manager for Niagara Falls Big Brothers Big Sisters, a charity dear to her heart. With significant hearing loss, which had begun during her teenage years, she left the working world in 2011. Thanks to the wonders of medical science, in 2014, Noelle was successfully implanted with a cochlear hearing device.
As a result, her career has come full circle with a return to CKTB radio in February 2015.