Nicole Lampa

last updated 5/12/2017

Nicole Lampa

Reporter at Bell Media Inc

Location:
299 Queen St. W., Toronto, Ontario, Canada
HQ Phone:
(416) 384-8000

General Information

Experience

Reporter - CTV News

Associate Producer - BNN

Education

political science , University of Alberta

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http://www.swo.ctv.ca/profiles.php

Nicole Lampa
Reporter

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CKCO-DT (CTV Kitchener) re a report on CTV News at Six ("Inappropriate Conversation") · Canadian Broadcast Standards Council

CTV's Nicole Lampa is at Preston High School in Cambridge where [R.] taught.
Nicole, [R.] was about to head to trial. What happened? Reporter Nicole Lampa, standing outside high school: Well, Nancy, in court today, the Crown conceded that there is not enough evidence to go ahead with the sex-related charges. Lampa: [S. R.] used to be a teacher at [P.] High School, but was ordered to quit. [alternating photo of the teacher and exterior scene of high school] Today, the school board and the Ontario College of Teachers confirm she resigned earlier this month. Lampa: [exterior shot of Waterloo courthouse] According to the Agreed Statement of Facts heard in court today, [R.] had an inappropriate Facebook conversation with a 16-year-old student in the Spring of 2012. [close-up of female hands typing on a keyboard and using a mouse; blurred Facebook screen scrolling] At first the messages related to alcohol, then became sexual. [photo of teacher] When talking about a hot tub, [R.] asked if he was "more of a bathing suit guy or au naturel guy", calling him "Young and cute" [quoted words from Facebook messages appear on screen under teacher's photo]. There was also an indication that if [R.] knew the complainant while she was in high school, she would have given her left booby for a chance with him [quoted words on screen "Given my left booby for a chance with you."] The court also heard in the course of their Facebook conversation, [R.] expressed she would not engage in any activity that could constitute criminal conduct and that any social interactions could not occur until after his 19th birthday [words on screen "In the course of their Facebook conversations Ms. [R.] expressed that she would not engage in activity that could constitute criminal conduct, and that any social interactions between herself and the complainant could not occur until after his 19th birthday" with label "Agreed Statement of Facts"] The Crown dropped all the charges against [R.], including sexual exploitation, invitation to sexual touching and two counts of luring via computer [scene of teacher speaking to another woman outside courthouse, taken from far away; exterior of courthouse] While the school board does not have any policies when it comes to teachers and social media, the Ontario College of Teachers say teachers, including [R.], should know the guidelines [scene of blurred Facebook screen; photo of teacher]. Lampa [outside school]: Now [R.] is not allowed to communicate or contact the complainant. If she does over the next twelve months, she will be recharged. Richards: Nicole Lampa in Cambridge tonight. CTV's Nicole Lampa has this story tonight. Nicole, why were the charges dropped? Lampa [in newsroom]: Marc, in the Agreed Statement of Facts it says the Crown does not have enough evidence to prove the case, but it does indicate [R.] had an online conversation of a sexual nature with a 16-year-old student. [photo of teacher] After being a certified teacher for 18 years, [S. Lampa: Two years ago, [R.] faced a number of sex-related offences when she was a social studies teacher at [P.] High School in Cambridge [scene of teacher speaking to another woman outside courthouse, taken from far away; exterior of high school]. In court today, the Crown dropped all of them, including sexual exploitation, invitation to sexual touching and two counts of luring via computer [exterior of Waterloo courthouse; words on screen: "[S. R.]: Charges Dropped - sexual exploitation, - Invitation to sexual touching, - Two counts of luring via computer"] In the Agreed Statement of Facts, it says "The Crown is not in a position to prove that in communicating with the complainant Ms. [R.] had the specific intent required to establish the offences ... [quoted words appear on screen with label "Agreed Statement of Facts"] But, according to the court document, [R.] had a flirtatious Facebook conversation with a 16-year-old student in the Spring of 2012 [close-up of female hands typing on a keyboard and a blurred Facebook screen]. At first, the messages related to alcohol, then became sexual [scrolling computer screen, photo of teacher] When talking about a hot tub, [R.] asked if he was "more of a bathing suit guy or au naturel guy", calling him "Young and cute" [quoted words from Facebook messages appear on screen under teacher's photo]. There was also an indication that if [R.] knew the complainant while she was in high school, she would have given her left booby for a chance with him [quoted words on screen "Given my left booby for a chance with you."] The Agreed Statement of Facts goes on to say, in the course of their Facebook conversation, [R.] expressed she would not engage in any activity that would constitute criminal conduct and that any social interactions could not occur until after his 19th birthday [words on screen "In the course of their Facebook conversations Ms. [R.] expressed that she would not engage in activity that could constitute criminal conduct, and that any social interactions between herself and the complainant could not occur until after his 19th birthday" with label "Agreed Statement of Facts"] The Waterloo District School Board confirms [R.] is no longer an employee [photo of teacher] The Board says it does not have any policies in regards to teachers and social media; however, the Ontario College of Teachers says guidelines are in place for their members [scene of Facebook screen with blurred out identifying info] Lampa: [R.]'s lawyer tells CTV that his client made the decision to resign on her own and, as part of the peace bond she entered into, [R.] is not allowed to contact the complainant, which is usual in these types of cases. Thank you, Nicole.

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CKCO-DT (CTV Kitchener) re a report on CTV News at Six (“Inappropriate Conversation�) - Canadian Broadcast Standards Council Canadian Broadcast Standards Council

CTV's Nicole Lampa is at Preston High School in Cambridge where [R.] taught.
Nicole, [R.] was about to head to trial. What happened? Reporter Nicole Lampa, standing outside high school: Well, Nancy, in court today, the Crown conceded that there is not enough evidence to go ahead with the sex-related charges. Lampa: [S. R.] used to be a teacher at [P.] High School, but was ordered to quit. [alternating photo of the teacher and exterior scene of high school] Today, the school board and the Ontario College of Teachers confirm she resigned earlier this month. Lampa: [exterior shot of Waterloo courthouse] According to the Agreed Statement of Facts heard in court today, [R.] had an inappropriate Facebook conversation with a 16-year-old student in the Spring of 2012. [close-up of female hands typing on a keyboard and using a mouse; blurred Facebook screen scrolling] At first the messages related to alcohol, then became sexual. [photo of teacher] When talking about a hot tub, [R.] asked if he was "more of a bathing suit guy or au naturel guy", calling him "Young and cute" [quoted words from Facebook messages appear on screen under teacher's photo]. There was also an indication that if [R.] knew the complainant while she was in high school, she would have given her left booby for a chance with him [quoted words on screen "Given my left booby for a chance with you."] The court also heard in the course of their Facebook conversation, [R.] expressed she would not engage in any activity that could constitute criminal conduct and that any social interactions could not occur until after his 19th birthday [words on screen "In the course of their Facebook conversations Ms. [R.] expressed that she would not engage in activity that could constitute criminal conduct, and that any social interactions between herself and the complainant could not occur until after his 19th birthday" with label "Agreed Statement of Facts"] The Crown dropped all the charges against [R.], including sexual exploitation, invitation to sexual touching and two counts of luring via computer [scene of teacher speaking to another woman outside courthouse, taken from far away; exterior of courthouse] While the school board does not have any policies when it comes to teachers and social media, the Ontario College of Teachers say teachers, including [R.], should know the guidelines [scene of blurred Facebook screen; photo of teacher]. Lampa [outside school]: Now [R.] is not allowed to communicate or contact the complainant. If she does over the next twelve months, she will be recharged. Richards: Nicole Lampa in Cambridge tonight. CTV's Nicole Lampa has this story tonight. Nicole, why were the charges dropped? Lampa [in newsroom]: Marc, in the Agreed Statement of Facts it says the Crown does not have enough evidence to prove the case, but it does indicate [R.] had an online conversation of a sexual nature with a 16-year-old student. [photo of teacher] After being a certified teacher for 18 years, [S. Lampa: Two years ago, [R.] faced a number of sex-related offences when she was a social studies teacher at [P.] High School in Cambridge [scene of teacher speaking to another woman outside courthouse, taken from far away; exterior of high school]. In court today, the Crown dropped all of them, including sexual exploitation, invitation to sexual touching and two counts of luring via computer [exterior of Waterloo courthouse; words on screen: "[S. R.]: Charges Dropped - sexual exploitation, - Invitation to sexual touching, - Two counts of luring via computer"] In the Agreed Statement of Facts, it says "The Crown is not in a position to prove that in communicating with the complainant Ms. [R.] had the specific intent required to establish the offences ... [quoted words appear on screen with label "Agreed Statement of Facts"] But, according to the court document, [R.] had a flirtatious Facebook conversation with a 16-year-old student in the Spring of 2012 [close-up of female hands typing on a keyboard and a blurred Facebook screen]. At first, the messages related to alcohol, then became sexual [scrolling computer screen, photo of teacher] When talking about a hot tub, [R.] asked if he was "more of a bathing suit guy or au naturel guy", calling him "Young and cute" [quoted words from Facebook messages appear on screen under teacher's photo]. There was also an indication that if [R.] knew the complainant while she was in high school, she would have given her left booby for a chance with him [quoted words on screen "Given my left booby for a chance with you."] The Agreed Statement of Facts goes on to say, in the course of their Facebook conversation, [R.] expressed she would not engage in any activity that would constitute criminal conduct and that any social interactions could not occur until after his 19th birthday [words on screen "In the course of their Facebook conversations Ms. [R.] expressed that she would not engage in activity that could constitute criminal conduct, and that any social interactions between herself and the complainant could not occur until after his 19th birthday" with label "Agreed Statement of Facts"] The Waterloo District School Board confirms [R.] is no longer an employee [photo of teacher] The Board says it does not have any policies in regards to teachers and social media; however, the Ontario College of Teachers says guidelines are in place for their members [scene of Facebook screen with blurred out identifying info] Lampa: [R.]'s lawyer tells CTV that his client made the decision to resign on her own and, as part of the peace bond she entered into, [R.] is not allowed to contact the complainant, which is usual in these types of cases. Thank you, Nicole.

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