After a long battle with cancer, Dailey passed away on Monday at Sunnybrook hospital. He was 57. Video
Mark Dailey Tribute
CityNews reporter and anchor Mark Dailey was 'The Voice' of Citytv. He passed away at the age of 57 on December 6, 2010 after a battle with cancer.
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It was a fitting send-off for a consummate professional and true gentleman. Video
Mark Dailey hosted the Police Games at Variety Village for nearly 29 years.
Over his 30-year career the CityNews anchor won us over with his razor-sharp wit and unfailing integrity
Mark’s wife Kim was on hand Thursday to present the first award in her late husband’s name. Video
At Citytv, Dailey was a trusted friend and respected colleague whose sense of humour and good nature left an indelible impression.
Dailey last visited William G. Davis Public School May 10, 2010, talking to the students about television and news. Video
Citytv was also given the Dave Rogers Long Feature Award for our coverage of Mark’s life and career after his death. Video
Dailey spent over 30 years with Citytv, where his uncanny news instincts and baritone delivery reached iconic status. Video
Mark Dailey played many roles in his life, and the people who loved him and knew him best packed Yorkminster Park Baptist Church Saturday afternoon to give him a fitting send off.
CityNews spoke to Premier Dalton McGuinty and NDP Leader Jack Layton on Monday.
Dailey had an affinity for police officers and developed long and lasting relations with police chiefs and beat cops throughout Ontario and Canada.