Abigail Bimman Bio-Wiki, Family, Married, Salary, Global News, Net Worth

Abigail Bimman
Abigail Bimman

Abigail Bimman Biography and Wiki

Abigail Bimman (b. May 16) is a Canadian award-winning journalist and an Ottawa-based correspondent for Global National. Abigail previously worked in Kitchener, leading CTV’s local investigative unit as well as served as their weekend anchor and producer. 

Abigail Bimman Age and Birthday

Canadian Journalist Abigail Bimman was born on May 16th in Canada. Her birth sign is Taurus. Her exact date of birth is still under investigation.

Abigail Bimman Height

Bimman stands at an estimated height of 5 feet and 8 inches tall.


Bimman attended Carleton University, a public comprehensive university in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, where she graduated with a degree in Journalism.

Family, Parents, Siblings

Attempts to establish the identities of her parents were in vain since no information about them is available to the public.

Abigail Bimman Husband, Is She Married?

Bimman prefers to keep her marital life private thus no record of her past relationships is available to the public. KIts therefore unknown whether she is single, married, or in a relationship. Details regarding her partner will be updated soon when established.

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Abigail Bimman Salary

Abigail makes an annual salary of $41,357 a year. This is according to Global News Anchor salaries.

Abigail Bimman Net Worth

Abigail Bimman has an estimated net worth ranging from $300,000 to $700,000 as of 2021. Her primary source of income is her career as a correspondent and a journalist.

Abigail Bimman Global News

Bimman joined the Global News team in November 2017. Global News is the news and current affairs division of the Canadian Global Television Network. At Global, Abigail she served as the Ottawa correspondent. She previously worked in Kitchener, leading CTV’s local investigative unit. Before that, she spent half a decade as their weekend anchor and producer.

While at CTV, her investigative skills were recognized by the Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ) in the form of two awards. One in 2017 for her coverage of an unregistered nurse employed in a nursing home and another for a 2013 in-depth look at life behind bars at the Grand Valley Institution for Women.

Abigail also won two RTDNA awards for her special stories. Abigail’s career history also includes assignments at CTV News Channel, CTV Ottawa, CHEX TV (Oshawa), and Rogers TV (York Region).

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