Speakers / Types: Media Personalities | Journalists ($5,001 - $10,000)

From morning show hosts and anchors to op-ed writers and podcasters, our media personalities are recognizable faces and names who add credibility and star power to your events as speakers, moderators, and emcees.

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Valerie Pringle

Award-Winning Television Broadcaster

Valerie Pringle was one of Canada’s most accomplished and popular television hosts. Selected as one of the “Fifty Famous Faces of Fifty Years of Canadian Television,” by the Banff Television Foundation, her astute questions and charming...

Bruce Sellery

Financial Journalist | Bestselling Author of Moolala

Business journalist and television host Bruce Sellery is on a mission to help people get a handle on their money so they can live the life they want. In his talks, Bruce is an essential guide for those who could use a spoonful of sugar when it comes ...

Bruce Sellery

Jeffrey Simpson

Former National Affairs Columnist, The Globe and Mail

Jeffrey Simpson has his finger on the pulse of Canada―and the world. The former Globe and Mail national affairs columnist (a position he held for 32 years), Simpson has analysed many of the major political, social and economic issues of our time...

Jeffrey Simpson

Alexandre Trudeau

Documentary Filmmaker | Journalist

Documentary filmmaker and freelance journalist, Alexandre Trudeau shares his bold views on the political, social, and economic forces of our times. Having gained widespread recognition for his edgy and insightful humanism and for his brave iconoclasm...

Alexandre Trudeau

Jennifer Valentyne

Host, “The Bachelor and the Bachelorette Canada After Show” | Co-Host, Q107

The warm and smiling face of Breakfast Television Toronto’s “Live Eye” segment for 23 years, Jennifer Valentyne is now the host of “The Bachelor and The Bachelorette Canada’s” first live After Show on the W Network, and a co...

Jennifer Valentyne

Paul Wells

Senior Editor, Maclean's Magazine

Nobody knows Ottawa better than Paul Wells, the senior editor of Maclean’s magazine and former national affairs columnist at The Toronto Star. In more than two decades on the Hill, Paul has covered seven federal elections, three prime minist...

Paul Wells