- Blind Paralympian teams up with scent-trailing dog to find missing people
- Victoria musician with autism writes songs for unique 'superhero' musical
- Langford golden retriever spends golden years carrying groceries
- Mother and son recover from debilitating burn by giving back and practising 'superpower'
- Miniature pigs delight in playing mini piano at Victoria children's farm
- Langford mom and son inspire smiles by regularly writing jokes on front gate
- Volunteer with disability strives to empower others to live positively
- Langford senior plants roadside poppy to honour late husband
- B.C. teenagers gift pregnant co-worker their wages to extend her maternity leave
- One-winged raven learns to paint, recycle to overcome adversity
- 3-year-old B.C. boy inspires legacy of hope for children diagnosed with terminal brain tumours
- Vancouver Island woman documents owlets daily after unexpected encounter in the woods
Adam Sawatsky has been a producer, reporter, and anchor at CTV News Vancouver Island for more than 20 years.
He currently hosts the local Arts and Entertainment segment on CTV News at 5 and produces the "Sawatsky Sign-Off" segment for CTV News at 6 and 11.
When he’s not appearing on screen, Adam spends his days randomly driving around Vancouver Island searching for stories about ordinary people doing extraordinary things. He shoots, writes, and edits the "Sign-Off" stories.
His feature stories have won more than a dozen regional, national, and international RTDNA broadcasting awards including three Edward R. Murrow awards.
Adam has also been a columnist for Monday Magazine, a theatre reviewer for CBC Radio, and the host/producer of the long-running "Eye on the Arts" program on CFAX 1070.
Before he embarked on his adventures in broadcasting, Adam worked as a professional actor and graphic designer, after attending St. Michaels University School and the University of Victoria.
Away from work, Adam serves a board member for Santas Anonymous and relishes spending time in and around Vancouver Island’s oceans, forests, and mountains with his wife Cheryl and sons, Liam and Owen.
- Multiple RTNDA Awards for feature reporting
- Favourite Local Personality by Monday Magazine’s M-Awards
- Diploma - St. Michael’s University School (Victoria, BC)
- Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre - University of Victoria (Victoria, BC)