Who is Michel Godbout?
Michel Godbout is a Canadian television news anchor. From 2006 to 2009 he anchored CBC News: Montreal at Six for CBMT, since taking over for Dennis Trudeau in 2006. He studied journalism in New Brunswick where he also worked in community and private radio then joined Radio-Canada Télévision and played for the Moncton Blue Eagles. He moved to Manitoba, before returning to Montreal in 1999 where he joined CBC Television.
In September 2009, with the revamping of the newscast to a 90-minute format, Godbout became the senior correspondent for CBC News Montreal, working in the field as a special assignment reporter. In 2010 he moved to sports as CBC's sports journalist and anchor.
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