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Carole MacNeil (born February 2, 1964) is a television journalist with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. She is a host for the CBC News Network from 2pm et to 4:30 et on CBC News Network (formerly called NewsWorld).

MacNeil was born in Antigonish, Nova Scotia. She previously cohosted with Evan Solomon of CBC News: Sunday, a two-hour long weekly magazine program focusing on politics, ethics and spirituality. As of September 2004, MacNeil and Solomon have also been co-hosting CBC News: Sunday Night, an hour-long prime time news broadcast on CBC Television, as well as on CBC Newsworld, Canada's 24-hour cable news channel. The programs were cancelled in June 2009; [1]

Prior to the Sunday programs, MacNeil was the co-host of Sunday Report, the nightly Sunday national newscast. She and Diana Swain hosted the program on a rotational basis.

In 2000, MacNeil helped launch Canada Now, the supperhour news program on CBC Television. She served as the Toronto anchor and made the fledgling program a ratings winner in its debut year. Prior to that, she anchored CBC Newsworld Sunday, a weekly interview-based national and international news magazine and read news updates for CBC Newsworld.

She was also previously an anchor for the Windsor Evening News on Windsor's CBET. It was the number one news show in the market at the time. She began her television career at CBC station CBAT-TV in Fredericton in the mid-1990s.

MacNeil is currently married to CBC executive Richard Stursberg.[2]

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