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Tony Doucette’s remarkable broadcasting career spans over 35 years, making him a valuable addition to Windsor Morning. His journey in the broadcasting world commenced in 1976 in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Hailing from Oromocto, New Brunswick, Tony joined the CBC in 1984. In 1989, he found his way to Windsor, where he spent five years as the voice of morning sports on CBC Radio One’s Morning Watch program. However, in 1994, he transitioned to television sports. A self-proclaimed radio enthusiast, Tony returned to his beloved medium in January 2006, becoming the inaugural host of The Early Shift.
Beyond his broadcasting career, Tony is deeply engaged in the Windsor community. He actively participates in sports, even coaching a Tecumseh senior women’s soccer team. His personal interests extend to running, cycling, and achieving a Guinness World Record for marathon curling, a distinction held by only eight men. Hockey, reading, and music also find their place among his passions.
Over the past 23 years, Tony has consistently delivered innovative and insightful coverage of Windsor and Essex County’s significant issues and events.
In his personal life, Tony resides in Windsor with his wife Alma, alongside his daughters, Jessi and Jamie, making a well-rounded life outside of his broadcasting endeavors.