Lloyd Robertson

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Lloyd Robertson

Lloyd Robertson

Lloyd Robertson, OC (born January 19, 1934) is the former chief anchor and senior editor of CTV's national evening newscast, CTV News with Lloyd Robertson.

His trademark signoff was “And that’s the kind of day it’s been.”

"When Robertson became co-anchor with Harvey Kirck in October 1976, the Parti Québécois had just won the provincial election in Quebec and years of constitutional haggling lay ahead. He’s the longest serving news anchor in North America, outstripping the late Cronkite, among others, and was voted “Canada’s favourite anchor” 11 times by readers of TV Guide." (Toronto Star)

Lisa Robertson, Lloyd Robertson's daughter produced a one hour documentary about Lloyd Robertson's work.

  • Read National Post editorial board: [Goodnight, and good luck Lloyd Robertson]
  • [VIDEO: A look back at Lloyd Robertson's CBC years] from CBC


Lisa LaFlamme is the successor to departing CTV chief anchor Lloyd Robertson who will retired from the job in September 1, 2011.