Christine-Yoo

Christine Yoo
Associate Producer

Christine Yoo files this report on homeless people who are living in tent cities in Toronto. https://studio.youtube.com/video/uMyNqLLX640/edit
One of the communities hardest hit by the pandemic are homeless people who struggle to survive. And as we head
Wayne Duplessis is a Canadian citizen who has lived in the city of Wuhan with his family over the last
Christine Yoo and Hannah Vanderkooy visited the 650 Fire where 1500 residents lost their homes over night.   Here's a look back: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C-d1Nzd2E6o&t=5s Nine
A look back at opening night when the Toronto Raptors saw 7,000 people receiving t-shirts reading "The North Stands with

Christine Yoo files this report on homeless people who are living in tent cities in Toronto. https://studio.youtube.com/video/uMyNqLLX640/edit

One of the communities hardest hit by the pandemic are homeless people who struggle to survive. And as we head

Wayne Duplessis is a Canadian citizen who has lived in the city of Wuhan with his family over the last

Christine Yoo and Hannah Vanderkooy visited the 650 Fire where 1500 residents lost their homes over night.   Here's a look back: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C-d1Nzd2E6o&t=5s Nine

A look back at opening night when the Toronto Raptors saw 7,000 people receiving t-shirts reading "The North Stands with

Christine Yoo is an Associate Producer with Context Beyond the Headlines. Christine started in broadcast at Ryerson radio’s CKLN 88.1 where she D.J.’d and received song requests to play on air. While volunteering at JazzFM 91.1, she was encouraged to get on the mic during the station’s bi-annual fundraising drives and her passion for music and conversation led her to go back to school. Christine graduated in 2016 from Humber College attaining her broadcasting post-graduate certificate. In college she interned at 104.5 ChumFM with Roger and Marilyn and went on to work at Network Talk on CBC radio’s Podcast Playlist. Christine made a transition to television, working at CBC News Network, working in the fast-paced newsroom. Christine is interested in human interest stories, music, pop culture, social justice, and of course the faith stories that relevant, thought-provoking, and inspiring