Katrina

Katrina de Schiffert,
Associate Producer

Katrina deSchiffert joined the Context team as an intern and after graduating from Redeemer University began her journalism career as a full-time producer and contributor to the show.

Katrina is passionate about social justice and human interest stories, as well as global issues.

Canada's population has now surpassed 50% of the total population being fully vaccinated; while the number of fully vaccinated people
It is no secret that the global pandemic has weighed on our mental well-being. Depression, loneliness, and anxiety amongst young
Families and individuals are facing big decisions when it comes to vaccinating their kids and planning for summer vacation. Bioethicist,
Maggie John sat down with Context producer Katrina de Schiffert, who is expecting her second baby in August, to find
“The ambition of the Chinese Communist Party is to eliminate the next generation of Uighur Muslims.” - Olivia Enos, a
After a year of social distancing, masks and quarantines, people have had enough. Katrina de Schiffer took to the streets
My heart pounded in my throat as I held the phone to my ear and listened to my doctor explain
“Knowing your identity is important, it gives us hope, it gives us a future.”
What becomes of women and men in the sex trade who desperately want out and a better life? Context Producer, Katrina
"I don’t see how we can heal or move toward reconciliation if we aren’t prepared to forgive. It is needed

Canada's population has now surpassed 50% of the total population being fully vaccinated; while the number of fully vaccinated people

It is no secret that the global pandemic has weighed on our mental well-being. Depression, loneliness, and anxiety amongst young

Families and individuals are facing big decisions when it comes to vaccinating their kids and planning for summer vacation. Bioethicist,

Maggie John sat down with Context producer Katrina de Schiffert, who is expecting her second baby in August, to find

“The ambition of the Chinese Communist Party is to eliminate the next generation of Uighur Muslims.” - Olivia Enos, a

After a year of social distancing, masks and quarantines, people have had enough. Katrina de Schiffer took to the streets

My heart pounded in my throat as I held the phone to my ear and listened to my doctor explain

“Knowing your identity is important, it gives us hope, it gives us a future.”

What becomes of women and men in the sex trade who desperately want out and a better life? Context Producer, Katrina

"I don’t see how we can heal or move toward reconciliation if we aren’t prepared to forgive. It is needed