Maggie John ~ Anchor and Producer

Maggie-John

Maggie John has been a national producer, field reporter, and TV host for more than 15 years. She covers a vast array of local, national and international stories – reporting on some of the biggest news events of our day – from the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Hurricane Katrina in 2005, the 7.0 magnitude earthquake that rocked Haiti in 2010 – to the historic story of Uganda recovering from years of war.

As former host on the longest-running Canadian daily talk show, 100 Huntley Street, Maggie interviewed a wide variety of guests – people from all walks of life like those making a difference in their communities, authors, victims of crime, actors, filmmakers, directors, thought leaders, politicians, and musicians.

Maggie is most proud of the work she does with the charity she founded in 2013 called, The Baby Depot, which helps fight child poverty in the Hamilton area. She also serves as chair-person for The Meeting House Family of Churches, and is also a member of GEM’s Girls Club Board of Directors.

Maggie is the proud mother of Ethan and Joshua, and wife to her amazing husband Elton.

Suddenly what the Black community has been trying to get others to hear, has been validated, and can no longer
The world’s second largest viral epidemic on record is happening right now – and it’s not linked to COVID-19. More
Ontario Education Minister Stephen Lecce and the Ford government declared the practice of “streaming” in Ontario high schools as systemic
At Context, our tagline is: Society. Justice. Culture. Ethics. God—Be part of the conversation. I cannot remember a time when these things
Context's Maggie John shares her personal thoughts about the recent events that took the lives of two black men in
“Joyce was a light reflecting Jesus, and she will be deeply missed," ~Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) Joyce Lin was 40 years
In this two part interview Maggie John talks with a group of parents about the trials – and tribulations –
“The sex trade robs them of their humanity and destroys their dignity.” – John Cassells, HUMAN TRAFFICKING/STREET YOUTH SPECIALIST. In this
I’ve sat here at my window wondering what to say publicly about the tragic murder of Ahmaud Arbery in Glynn
May is mental health AWARENESS month – how do we cope in the time of COVID-19?

Suddenly what the Black community has been trying to get others to hear, has been validated, and can no longer

The world’s second largest viral epidemic on record is happening right now – and it’s not linked to COVID-19. More

Ontario Education Minister Stephen Lecce and the Ford government declared the practice of “streaming” in Ontario high schools as systemic

At Context, our tagline is: Society. Justice. Culture. Ethics. God—Be part of the conversation. I cannot remember a time when these things

Context's Maggie John shares her personal thoughts about the recent events that took the lives of two black men in

“Joyce was a light reflecting Jesus, and she will be deeply missed," ~Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) Joyce Lin was 40 years

In this two part interview Maggie John talks with a group of parents about the trials – and tribulations –

“The sex trade robs them of their humanity and destroys their dignity.” – John Cassells, HUMAN TRAFFICKING/STREET YOUTH SPECIALIST. In this

I’ve sat here at my window wondering what to say publicly about the tragic murder of Ahmaud Arbery in Glynn

May is mental health AWARENESS month – how do we cope in the time of COVID-19?