Bernard Derome Biography

Bernard Derome is a Canadian journalist who worked as a news anchor for Radio-Le Canada’s Téléjournal on weeknights until December 18, 2008. He is very popular in Quebec and Canada on news channels. He has been working as a news TV anchor for a significant number of years (more than 30 years).

Early life

On the 10th of January 1944, in Montreal, Quebec, he was born. Bernard Derome is a 74-year-old Frenchman. Information regarding his parents and siblings is not available to people right now. He was born in Canada and is 77 years old is the only thing we know. Derome received his education from the Clerics of Saint-Viateur at Saint Lawrence College. He started his first work in broadcasting at the radio station CJBR in Rimouski when he was 19 years old.

Bernard Derome Career

Bernard Derome’s professional trajectory is on the rise. He went to Saint Lawrence College to study. He started his first employment at CJBR radio station in Rimouski, Quebec, when he was 19 years old. In 1967, he moved on to Radio-Canada, a government-funded broadcasting station in Canada, and began anchoring a program called Aujourd’hui (Today). He worked as the Chief News Anchor for Radio Canada Television until 1998. Bernard has won numerous awards for his coverage of referendums such as the Charlottetown Accord referendum in 1995 and the 1980 vote. He also receives credentials for the film ‘October Crisis.’ Bernard Derome anchored and worked for a number of news and documentary programs after stepping down as Chief Anchor.

After stepping down he worked for various news and documentary programs like Le Monde and La Grande Aventure de la télévision. He joined CJPX-FM, a classical music radio station managed by Groupe Musique Greg, in 2015. Bernard was a Morning Presenter at this station. Bernard Derome has appeared as a national and international figure on special television channels such as CBC and the News Channel. He has received numerous honors and decorations, including the National Order of Quebec (2006), the Order of La Pléiade (2000), the Order of Canada (1994), and the Olivar-Asselin Award (1981). He was also honored by the Canadian Journalism Foundation with a Lifetime Achievement Award.

Bernard Derome Biography

Real Name Bernard Derome
Birth Date January 10, 1944
Age (as of 2021) 77 Years
Birth Place Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Nationality Canadian
Profession Broadcaster & News Anchor
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Capricorn

Physical Statistics

Height in feet inches – 5’ 9” – in Centimeters – 176 cm (Approx.)
Weight in Kilograms – 81 kg  –  in Pounds –  178 lbs (Approx.)
Hair Color Brown
Eye Color Brown
Body Type Slim




College Clerics of Saint-Viateur

Relationship Status

Marital Status Single
Who was his wife?
Children Three

Personal life

Bernard Derome is claimed to be a divorcee with three children. He previously declared that he is “truly in love with Marie Caron, more so every day,” the lady with whom he had lived for eight years. Caron works in Montreal, Canada as a Public Relations Representative. After his divorce, there is no information on his marriage or wife. Furthermore, there is no information regarding his existing children or other family members. There is no particular information about Bernard’s social media accounts. He does have information on Wikipedia and IMDb but other than that de doesn’t have an Instagram account currently.

Bernard Derome Net worth

Bernard Derome’s net worth is estimated to be at 7.5 million dollars. He is a well-known media figure who is well-liked and respected by Canadians. However, his other sources of income, other from the media, are not legitimately mentioned elsewhere. However, as a well-known news anchor with “credibility” and knowledge, he has become a highly sought-after media figure.


  • Bernard Derome has received numerous honors and decorations, including the National Order of Quebec (2006), the Order of La Pléiade (2000), the Order of Canada (1994), and the Olivar-Asselin Award (1981).
  • On April 13, 1994, he was granted the C.M. (Member of the Order of Canada) for his contributions to Canadian communications.
  • He got success from Celine Galipeau who was formerly the weekend anchor of the program.
  • Bernard Derome became a benchmark for francophone audiences, they associated with him with major historical events in the past three decades.

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