Peter Mansbridge, a reporter cum journalist, was born in 1948, in London. He started his career as a reporter with CBC radio in 1968, after which he joined with CBC TV, in 1972. In 1988, he became an anchor of ‘The National’. He has several achievements in the field of journalism covering some of the top stories and bagging 12 Gemini Awards as a broadcast journalist. Working mostly in the United Kingdom, Canada and The United States of America, he has earned great name and recognition by the leading universities in these countries besides being honoured with several awards. He also became a chancellor in Mt. Alison University in 2009.