For more than a decade, Tracy Moore has spearheaded Cityline, one of Canada’s most influential lifestyle programs. Five days a week, Tracy shares the best style trends, cooks up the greatest new recipes, and sizes up the latest fashions for her expansive North American audience. Celebrated for her kindness and down to earth attitude, Tracy’s personability and professionalism is evident in everything she does.
Tracy’s career highlights include being featured on Hello! Magazine’s “Most Beautiful” list, carrying the torch for the Pan Am Games; throwing the first pitch at a Toronto Blue Jays game; and even hosting the Grammy’s red carpet show. She also designs her own fashion line, Tracy Moore by Freda’s.
Tracy has been nominated as “Best Host” by both the Canadian Screen Awards and the Gemini Awards. In 2023, she received the Canadian Academy of Cinema and Television Changemaker award for her work in calling out systemic racism and promoting values of equity and inclusion. She is the co-producer and co-host of CityTV’s RTNDA award-winning race special: Ending Racism: What Will it Take? and spearheads regular conversations on Cityline to raise awareness and inclusivity of those who live at the intersectional margins. Tracy is especially proud of the work she does with Toronto charity Trust 15 and the Children’s Aid Foundation of Canada.
A positive role model when it comes to health and fitness, Tracy is passionate about body positivity and self love. She lives in Toronto with her husband Lio, her two children, Sidney and Eva, and their dog Ozzie.