CBC Personalities Inspire Junior Journalists

About 400 students from across Metro Vancouver attended the first “CBC Junior J School.” A great initiative by the CBC to reach out to the next generation of journalists.

The workshop was hosted by the CBC Vancouver”s Miyoung Lee and featured an all-star lineup featuring Ian Hanomansing, Gloria Macarenko, Rick Cluff, Andrew Chang, Johanna Wagstaffe, Adrienne Arsenault, Susana DaSilva, Kathy Tomlinson, Duncan McCue and many more..

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Sukh Johal
With a background in sales, security and real estate development, Sukh is a political strategist excelling in community organizing, fundraising and civic affairs. He enjoys performing and has appeared as a background performer in Hollywood productions. Sukh grew up on the tough streets of Dunoon, Scotland before moving to Canada at age 10 and brings a unique perspective to Surrey604. He speaks his mind, and believes social media can be a force for good. Sukh has been a control agent for President Obama’s Inaugural Celebration team in Washington DC and spoke on interfaith affairs at the White House. A member of the Surrey Board of Trade’s International Trade Team and Vancouver Board of Trade’s Company of Young Professionals, Sukh is also past President and current VP Public Relations of Surrey Civic Speechmeisters Toastmasters Club at City Hall and VP of the Multifaith Action Society of BC, an interfaith organization promoting grassroots diplomacy, cooperation and goodwill.