Simi Sara

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Simi Sara is a Canadian radio and television broadcaster, currently a talk radio host on CKNW in Vancouver, British Columbia.[1] She succeeded Christy Clark as the station's afternoon host after Clark left the station to re-enter politics as the Premier of British Columbia.[1]

Prior to joining CKNW, Sara was associated with CKVU-TV, including stints as a host of Breakfast Television and CityCooks, and with talk radio station CFUN before it flipped to its current sports format.[2]

Sara was also a panelist on the 2010 edition of CBC Radio's Canada Reads, advocating for Marina Endicott's novel Good to a Fault.

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