Rosemary Barton is an outstanding Canadian journalist. She is the first woman to hold the position of CBC’s chief political correspondent. She has interviewed dozens of political personalities till now.
As of 2022, Rosemary Barton's net worth is estimated to be $3 million.
|Net Worth||$3 million|
|Famous Name||Rosemary Barton|
|Source(s) of Fame||Journalist|
|Date of Birth||May 31, 1976|
|Place of Birth||Winnipeg, Canada|
Rosemary Barton was born in Winnipeg, Canada on May 31, 1976. She possesses Canadian nationality. Her family background is unknown till now. We don’t have any data regarding his parents and siblings.
Rosemary studied French literature at College Universitaire de Saint-Boniface and she did her Master’s degree from Carleton University in Journalism. She had a great interest in journalism, so she continued her studies in this field.
She worked as a researcher for CBC’s French news network, RDI in Winnipeg at the start of her career. She joined the CBC network in 2004 at the National Assembly as Quebec’s legislative reporter. She worked with both CBC Television and Global News and covered a huge number of provincial elections in Quebec. She was one of the first reporters to report live on the day of the shooting at Dawson College.
She started serving as a National reporter at CBC’s Parliamentary Bureau in 2007. She covered various federal elections as well as several federal leadership campaigns. Also, she covered many events including the fraud trial of Conrad Black in 2007, the dealings between former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney and Karlheinz Schreiber in 2008, and the shooting in Ottawa in 2014. She also hosted the CBC’s daily flagship Power and Politics for which she received a Canadian Screen Award in 2016 for best host of a news or information program.
She hosted some other shows also such as The National, Party Lines with co-host Elamin Abdelmahmoud, and Rosemary Barton Live on the CBC news network. She keeps the viewers updated with the weekly news on Sundays on Rosemary Barton Live. She interviewed many politicians and ministers around the globe. Her interview style is appreciated by many fellow journalists. She is now in the post of CBC’s chief political correspondent.
Rosemary Barton is still single till now. There isn’t any information available on different sites regarding her personal life. It might be possible that she is in a relationship with someone but she doesn’t want to disclose it.
In 2015 during an election campaign, she interviewed the Minister of Citizenship and Immigration named Chris Alexander. He blamed the media for not drawing attention to the crisis of Syrian refugees. She called his statements completely false and also offered to provide glimpses of some previous shows where this Syrian refugees issue had been discussed. He wanted to skip the question but Barton challenged him to admit it. Her popularity rose after this interview due to her response to Chris Alexander.
Rosemary Barton is very active on different social media platforms. She has 265 thousand followers on Twitter and 13.6 thousand followers on her Instagram account. She shares various news events in her posts on Twitter. She also shares her daily life routine on her Instagram account in which her pictures from various locations are featured.
Rosemary Barton is a tremendous Canadian political journalist. Her work is appreciated by a lot of fellow journalists. She has achieved a lot of milestones so far, however, she has a long way to go. Her net worth is computed to be around 3 million dollars.
Rosemary Barton has sometimes been associated with other Journalists such as Serginho Grois, Kang Ho-dong, Jenny Jones, Jerry Agar, Roxie Roker, Uriel del Toro, Adamari Lopez, Margaret Trudeau, and Betty Lynn.