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CTV Morning Host, Where Is Ben Mulroney Now In 2022? Is He Leaving The Job?

Fans have been wondering where is Ben Mulroney in 2022 as he stepped down as CTV host. Here is everything you need to know about Mulroney and his ongoing life. 

Ben Mulroney is a Canadian producer and former television host. He is the son of former Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney.

Starting his career as an entertainment host as the Quebec City Correspondent for The Chatroom, he later became a co-host on the show.

Mulroney then joined CTV’s Canada AM and later joined etalk. During his time as a host on etalk, he reported several red carpet events including Oscars.

In June 2020, Ben revealed he is stepping down as anchor of CTV’s “eTalk,”. Ever since fans have been wondering where has he is.

Where Is Ben Mulroney Now In 2022?

According to his Twitter bio, Ben Mulroney is the brand ambassador for CNIB. It is a non-profit organization driven to change what it is to be blind today.

He is a spokesperson for the foundation since 2019. Mulroney has been producing a number of personal projects.

According to his website’s bio, Mulroney has been working closely with children’s charitable organizations.

Mulroney has had a long-term career in the television industry making him a well-known face. He is the eldest son of Brian Mulroney, the 18th prime minister of Canada.

 Ben Mulroney On Leaving CTV Morning As A Host

In September 2021, Bel Mulroney left the national news program to pursue his dream as a producer. He further mentioned he wants to produce unique projects for Canadian as well as global audiences.

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Mulroney revealed he wanted to focus on a new career developing scripted and unscripted projects. He joined the network in October 2001 as an entertainment reporter for Canada AM.

Followingly, he became the co-host of “Your Morning” after debuting in 2016.

What Happened To Ben Mulroney? Illness & Health Update

Ben Mulroney is in good health condition as there are no reports of him having any illness in the media.

Previously he was the CF Canada National Ambassador from 2014 to 2019. Mulroney helped him raise awareness on a national stage about cystic fibrosis.

It was to help drive the crucial funding needed for life-saving CF research and care. His mother was Cystic Fibrosis Canada’s Honorary Chairperson for many years.