Articles by Jonathan Charlton
- Here's how much last year's heavy snowfall cost Saskatoon
- New facility may be key to boosting Saskatoon's water treatment capacity
- Sask. NDP byelection candidate believes in 'potential of this province'
- Saskatoon has 6th highest crime severity score among major Canadian cities
- Saskatoon COVID-19 wastewater samples still low, researchers say
- New child and youth psychiatric admissions on hold in Prince Albert
- Sask. RCMP say released prisoner a high risk to reoffend
- 'Half-baked': Sask. NDP slams plan to send some hip, knee replacements out-of-province
- Saskatoon residents can apply for money to help with June flood damage
- 16-year-old girl, 46-year-old man killed in two-vehicle crash near Prince Albert
Jonathan Charlton left CTV News in August 2022
Jonathan earned his Bachelor of Journalism from the University of King's College in 2010.
He cut his teeth as a reporter at The Eastern Graphic in Montague, P.E.I. before moving to the Prairies in 2013 to join the Saskatoon StarPhoenix where he focused on health reporting.
He was then an announcer at Bolt FM in Humboldt, Sask. for a brief stint before joining the CTV Saskatoon team in August 2018 as a web journalist.
He is from rural southwestern Ontario and now lives on an acreage near Humboldt, where he cleans horse stables and stacks hay bales.
2010 Canadian Association of Journalists Student Award of Excellence
2011 Best News Story, Atlantic Community Newspapers Association Better Newspapers Competition