Christina Stevens loves hard hitting interview stories just as much as the heartfelt character driven ones. What they have in common is the connection with people.
After more than five years with Global National she rejoined the Global Toronto team to work on in depth and original stories you won’t see anywhere else.
Highlights of her career are as diverse as heading to Sierra Leone to work with local journalists, to being in London for the Royal Wedding to spending weeks in Afghanistan with Canadian Soldiers.
She’s right at home in the Global Toronto Newsroom, as in her previous time here, she specialized in investigative journalism, with various stints in the anchor chair.
Before moving east to Toronto, Christina launched her career in her hometown of Vancouver, where she was the weekend anchor at Citytv.
Christina is just as busy outside of work with many passions including photography, travel, sports and animals.
She is a graduate of both the University of British Columbia and the British Columbia Institute of Technology.
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