The love birds first met while they were studying LLB together. They graduated from the college in 1986. It's been more than 20 years since they tied the knot back in the early 1990s.
Ian while reporting for CBS, Source: Forever Young Information
The journalist's wife Nancy Hanomansing is the director of professional resources for McCarthy Tetrault in Vancouver and Calgary. Nancy holds the responsibility for overseeing the professional growth and development of all associates and interns within the firm's British Columbia and Alberta branches.
Ian Hanomansing and His Wife Nancy Hanomansing Share Two Children
The 55-year-old host is the proud father of his two teenage sons who are all grown up and passed high school last year.
Ian-Over the year at CBC, Source:
Ian and Nancy were good parents for their children. As a big reporter, Ian was getting a lot of offers from various big companies in the United States and other parts of Canada.
But being a good dad, he chose to stay in the city of Vancouver, so that his sons could study at the same school.
It's been 25 years since they decided to live in Vancouver’s Mount Pleasant neighborhood. Their boys are all grown-up and the couple can now choose to live wherever they want without any hassle.
Ian alongside global star Paul Sun-Hyung Lee and Andreas Bang, Source: CBC
Ian Hanomansing-The new face of the CBC Network
The Gemini Award-winning reporter is now getting the position that he deserves after all this hard work. Ian is now going to be the new host of the CBC network's main show The National from coming July.
Ian will replace Peter Mansfield as the new host of the National, Source: National Newswatch
The veteran host Peter Mansfield is now stepping down from the position after holding it for the last three decades.
The big moment will take place on the eve of Canada's 150th birthday celebration. Many of his relatives congratulated the host for achieving his dream after long hard work.
Quick Facts about Ian Hanomansing
Born in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, but raised in Sackville, New Brunswick, Ian Hanomansing is a famous Canadian TV journalist working for CBC.
Attended Mount Allison University and graduated with a degree in political science and sociology.
studied law at Dalhousie Law School and graduated in 1986.
started his career in the news industry at CKDH news channel in Nova Scotia, Canada.
Has won the Gemini Award for Best News Anchor in 2008 beating Peter Mansbridge and Kevin Newman and also won the Canadian Screen Award for Best National News Anchor.
Famous for hosting CBC News Now with Ian Hanomansing.
Just recently, he was appointed co-anchor of CBC's hit news show, The National, along with Adrienne Arsenault, Rosemary Barton, and Adre Chang.
His creative live news specials like Downtown Drugs, and Crime on the Streets were very popular making them the only live national news special from a Canadian Federal Penal Institution.
His net worth is estimated to be around $3 million.
We wish him success as the new host and hope that he'll be able to take the role as well as Peter.