About

 

Hazel Mae - The Designer

Hazel founded Hazel Mae Design Inc. in 2012 to deliver what she had trouble finding in the marketplace - a line of dresses made from high quality ponte fabric in vibrant, jewel-toned colours, designed to flatter the female figure.

This was the type of dress she wanted to showcase in her career as a television personality. She wanted to look professional, fashion forward & comfortable all at once.
Hazel Mae's dresses present a contemporary, colourful line of product to the market,  providing the customer with confidence, elegance, and a boost of positive energy.

The designs are known for their consistent, reliable, quality workmanship and impeccable fit. 

Hazel Mae has become a destination shopping experience for the working woman who juggles a busy life, seeking sophisticated looks of simple femininity, and comfortable design.

Hazel is committed to consistently being the brand customers rely on to find their fashion canvas - the dress women reach for first in their closet... everytime.

 
Hazel Mae - The TV Sports Broadcaster 
Hazel Mae has been delivering the latest sports news and updates to Canadians across the country since 2001.  She began by anchoring the morning edition of Sportsnet News while simultaneously hosting the weekly Toronto Blue Jays magazine show – Jzone.     
In 2004, Mae’s career took her across the border to become the lead anchor on Sportsdesk for the New England Sports Network (NESN) in Boston, MA, before heading to New York in 2008 to help launch the MLB network, where she was part of the ensemble on the Emmy Award-winning signature studio show MLB tonight, host of the highlight program Quick Pitch, and worked as a sideline reporter for Thursday Night Baseball.
Mae returned home to Toronto in 2011 and resumed her role with Sportsnet behind the desk of Connected, as well as appearing on Blue Jays Central - Canada’s live studio pre-game show for all Toronto Blue Jays broadcasts.
A true sports fan, Mae’s career highlights include covering and reporting on the NHL, MLB – including two World Series titles for the Boston Red Sox - NBA, NFL, Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) and more.