Evan Solomon Biography
Evan Solomon who was born on April 20, 1968, is a Canadian editorialist, political columnist, and radio host. Solomon was born in Toronto, Ontario, the child of Virginia, an urban organizer, and Carl Solomon, a legal advisor.
He moved on from secondary school at Crescent School in Toronto, Ontario. He at that point moved on from McGill University in English writing and strict investigations.
He is the host of The Evan Solomon Show on Toronto-territory talk radio broadcast CFRB, an author for Maclean’s magazine, and the host of CTV’s national political news program Question Period.
Evan Solomon CFRB, and CTV News
In 1992, Solomon helped to establish Shift with Andrew Heintzman. Initially, expressions and culture magazines, Shift developed to concentrate especially on innovation and Internet culture.
Solomon left the magazine in 1999 to advance his first novel, Crossing the Distance. Solomon has additionally functioned as a telecaster, facilitating the arrangement The Changemakers, FutureWorld, and Hot Type for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
In 2004, Solomon filled in as co-editorial manager, with Heintzman, on Fueling the Future: How the Battle Over Energy is Changing Everything. He was the co-anchor with Carole MacNeil of CBC News: Sunday and CBC News: Sunday Night from 2004 to 2009.
In 2009, Solomon was picked to have the political conversation show Power and Politics on CBC News Network and CBC Radio One’s week by week political undertakings arrangement The House.
On June 9, 2015, Solomon was terminated from CBC after the Toronto Star revealed that he asserted took mystery commissions for expediting workmanship deals of things possessed by his companion and craftsmanship authority Bruce Bailey to individuals he was associated with through his CBC position.
It was accounted for that Solomon stashed $300,000 from commissions from these deals. In August 2015, Sirius XM Canada reported that it had recruited Solomon to have a political television show, Everything Is Political, on its Canada Talks station during the 2015 political race. Solomon likewise composed a section for Maclean’s magazine for the term of the political race.
In 2016, Solomon declared that he was joining the Ottawa-region talk radio broadcast CFRA. He has been the host of CTV’s political issues program Question Period since September 2016 and has likewise been a substitute stay for CTV National News.
In September 2017, Solomon joined CFRB in Toronto for another national talk radio program, The Evan Solomon Show, that pretense on Bell Media radio broadcasts broadly.
Evan Solomon Age
He was born on April 20, 1968.
Evan Solomon Wife
He is married to Tammy Quinn. The couple has two children together; Gideon Solomon, and Maizie Solomon.
Evan Solomon Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of between $ 1 million and $ 5 million.