During his tenure at TSN, Wallace has covered some of the biggest sporting events in North America, including the Stanley Cup Final, World Cup of Hockey, NBA Finals, Grey Cup, Champ Car, The Presidents Cup, and the PGA Championship.
Wallace's broadcasting career began in 1994 at Global Television in Halifax, where he turned a nightly volunteer job into a full-time position covering news and sports in the Maritimes.
In 1997, Wallace moved to Global Television in Montreal as a sports-photojournalist, producer and host, where he won the 'McGill-Concordia Media Award' for his coverage of university sports in the city.
A Fredericton N.B. native, Wallace graduated from the Atlantic Broadcasting Institute in 1994. Along with his reporting duties at TSN, Wallace also occasionally serves as an anchor with CTV Ottawa.
Wallace was the youngest correspondent ever hired by TSN (24 years of age). In 1998 he won the McGill Concordia Media Award for coverage of university sports.
Coverage of Ottawa's Stanley Cup run in 2006, Big Brown's attept for the Triple Crown in 2008, World Championships in 2009 and baseball's steroid scandal and hearings on Capitol Hill.