- Beloved 'Operation Trackshoes' sports festival ending after 50 years
- 'Plant a rose bush': Victoria community remembers Alfred 'The Flowerman' Sillem
- Victoria roller derby star heading to France with Team Canada
- Birdwatchers flock to Victoria for rarely seen puffin
- Canucks captain gives B.C. boy hockey stick, but stick gets lost on flight home
- B.C. pilot delivers pizzas by plane at Burning Man
- Vancouver Island pub goes viral for Maple Leafs fan surcharge, themed poutine
- Canadian rock icon Randy Bachman returns home with long-lost guitar
- 'When no one's looking he kind of just runs': Metchosin woman searching for missing tortoise
- Victoria friends order beloved pizza from Ontario to B.C.
- NHL players help send B.C. hockey fan to first playoff game
- 'We feel a lot healthier': Pender Island couple experiments with living off land for full year
Jordan anchors CTV News at 5, covering Vancouver Island’s top local stories.
Away from the anchor desk, Jordan connects with the community every day, shooting, writing and editing his own stories for the newscasts.
Previously, Jordan worked as a sports anchor and reporter, and is lucky enough to say he met most of his heroes (Go Oilers, Yankees). Highlights include following Steve Nash during his NBA MVP seasons, covering the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, and chronicling the exploits of B.C.’s top athletes for more than a decade.
Away from work, Jordan attempts to keep fit on the island’s endless trails and is always working on his guitar heroics. His favourite city to visit is New York.
Proud dad to Tommy and Reese.
- 2006 Edward R. Murrow award for Best Sports Reporting “Steve Nash”
- 2010 Edward R. Murrow award for Video Sports Reporting “FIFA Flaws”
- 2011 RTDNA Regional for Best Short Feature “Goats Predict Playoff Win”
- 2016 Paul Carson Award TV Sports Reporter of the Year (Rest of BC)
- 2017 RTDNA Regional Sports Feature “The Longshots”
- 2018 RTDNA Regional Sports Feature “The Ultimate Stunt”
- 2019 RTDNA Regional Sports Feature “Diamond Daily Double”
- 2020 RTDNA Regional for Excellence in Editing: “Where’s Summer”
- 2021 RTDNA Regional Sports Feature “Deaf Pitcher”
- 2021 RTDNA Regional Excellence in Editing “Finding a Fan”
- Diploma in Applied Communication - Camosun College (Victoria, BC)