Brennan Leffler


Brennan Leffler’s passions for journalism and travel have taken him across Canada and beyond, to 21 countries on six continents. Since moving from his native Vancouver to join 16×9 in 2010, Brennan has produced major investigations on a variety of topics, including child sexual exploitation, industrial contamination, gun violence and healthcare. He was recognized with a national media award from Beyond Borders in 2014, for an investigation that broke the shocking story of one of Canada’s worst child predators. In 2013, he co-produced a story on the infamous gang rape of Jyoti Singh, which won the short form award for audio/video from Amnesty International. He also produced a story on electronic identity theft that won a Gemini Award for Best Lifestyle/Practical Information Segment in 2011. Prior to his time with 16×9, Brennan was a writer and broadcast producer with Global National. He has also spent 9 months living in Ghana, West Africa, where he worked as a human rights journalism trainer and reported on child labour, forced marriage, and sanitation issues. Brennan holds a diploma in Broadcast Journalism from BCIT, and a BA in Political Science from Simon Fraser University.

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