Jennifer Burke

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Jennifer Burke, née Lo, also known as Jennifer Mather is a Gemini-award winning Canadian television journalist, currently a national news anchor for CTV News Channel in Toronto.[1]

For years Burke was a reporter and anchor for television stations in Vancouver, British Columbia,[2] including weekend news anchor on CHAN-TV, coanchor on CKVU-TV and host of CBC Television's Living Vancouver.[2] She also hosted The Jennifer Mather Show on CKNW, an afternoon radio call-in talk show focusing on news and politics. Her early radio career included the role of morning news anchor on The Bob Saye and Stirling Faux Show on CFMI-FM.

In April 2013, Burke moderated the leaders' debate in the 2013 provincial election in British Columbia.[3]

She was married to NHL executive Brian Burke and the couple have two daughters.


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