Charles Adler is a 40-year radio and television broadcast veteran whose career has taken him all across Canada; working in Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto, London, Hamilton, and Winnipeg. He can be heard across the Western Canada airwaves weeknights on Corus Radio.


If you’re a nighthawk or use the news to wind down from the day, you’re probably familiar with Antony Robart. The news anchor and host can be seen weeknights across the country at 11p.m, covering major local, national and international stories.


A veteran broadcaster with 20 years of radio and television experience, Jeff McArthur prides himself on knowing how to engage and inform his audience. He co-hosts Global's The Morning Show, andjoins Matt Gurney and Supriya Dwivedi for candid conversation on developing stories through the morning on AM 640.


Danny Viola has recently joined The Walrus as editor, and is on the hunt for great Canadian stories. Formally editor-in-chief of Maisonneuve, his writing has appeared in the Toronto Star, Reader’s Digest Canada, and Motherboard, among others.


Emmy-winning journalist Chris Gailus co-anchors Global News Hour at 6 on Global BC with Sophie Lui. Winner of back-to-back Canadian Screen Awards, Gailus was previously a host and anchor for Good Day New York.


Joanna Track is the founder and editor in chief of The Bullet, a free newsletter delivered every weekday morning via email. Created for Canadians by Canadians, the biggest news stories of the day are distilled into a conversational tone that makes it feel like you're hearing from a well-informed friend.


Angela Sterritt is an award-winning Gitxsan journalist, artist and writer, from British Columbia. Sterritt has worked as a journalist for close to twenty years and has been with CBC since 2003. Her reports have appeared in the Globe and Mail, The National, CBC’s The Current, and various other national and local news programs.


As Co-Host of Steele & Drex on News Talk 980 CKNW, Lynda Steele reports on the biggest headlines of the day while offering conversational insights into the issues making waves in Metro Vancouver.