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Liz West

Seasoned MC, Television Reporter, Anchor, and Host

Liz West

Seasoned MC, Television Reporter, Anchor, and Host


Liz West

Liz has been engaging audiences for over two decades as a television reporter, anchor, and host. Liz’s credits include Breakfast Television, CityPulse, Cityline, Star!, CTV, W Network, and MLSE.  She’s acted as the live host for a variety of events including New Year’s Eve at Nathan Phillips Square. Liz is as comfortable on the red carpet talking to a-list celebrities as she is interviewing politicians, business leaders, and royalty. When off-air, she can be found behind the mic as a podcast host and producer. She has also recently become a speaker coach. 

Her MC portfolios include most recently for CPA Conference for Controllers, Music Publishers Canada, and WAMS. 


Hosting & MC Services

The host important to any event as they connect all of the ideas and creates cohesion and provides the audience with important tidbits to remember. When done well, a host will enhance each speaker, done poorly, a host can be the reason an event fails. Because we understand the need for and role of the host, Talk Boutique has developed its own expertise in the area of event hosting. Liz West fills this role expertly and with humility, connecting dots and providing humour to keep your event moving with ease.


What people are saying about Liz:

We are delighted with the results of our 2020 Virtual National Awards Presentations.  We wish to thank you for your amazing contribution to our heartfelt awards program.  When we were thinking about the perfect fit for a host/master of ceremonies – I was certain Liz would provide the energy and enthusiasm we wanted, and you delivered.

This event had its obstacles; short time frame, one rehearsal, changing script, live speakers, and a new delivery format.  In the end we are thrilled at the results of our award presentations and Liz you are a big part of the success.

I did learn that you could not see the questions viewer were posting as they were not directing them to you.  But you ran with it and asked your own and it worked out – with no one the wiser.”

Suzanne Bernie,
Director of Conference, Canadian Credit Union Association