Jessica Ng

Reporter, CBC Toronto

Jessica Ng is a bilingual host and reporter in her hometown of Toronto. She loves to share and discover community stories. Previously, she co-anchored and hosted CTV Morning Live Saskatoon and VJ/reported in Fredericton, N.B. Prior to broadcasting, Jessica earned her Master of Music from Berklee College of Music and taught at the college level. She is a cancer survivor and an avid cycling and fitness enthusiast. Twitter/FB @JessicaNgCBC

Latest from Jessica Ng

CNE exhibit tells story of First Nations community through art and technology

Not far from the roar of the midway, a special exhibit at the Canadian National Exhibition quietly combines art and technology to give visitors a sense of the history and culture of a First Nations community.

Scarborough residents concerned over plans to turn Malvern Town Centre into condo community

A Toronto developer is proposing to tear down a Scarborough mall to create a condo community, but the local city councillor says residents are already concerned.

Sri Lanka is facing a fuel crisis. But Canadian Tamil group says sanctions are keeping it from helping

Sri Lanka's consul general in Toronto is appealing for financial help as his country grapples with an acute fuel shortage, but a group that represents Canadian Tamils says it can't send badly needed aid because the Sri Lankan government has slapped it with sanctions. 

Inflation rate hike hits home for Toronto-area mom

For a Markham, Ont. mother of one, Canada's inflation rate means having to make sacrifices. Prudence Nkwamen, who works at home, says she is being careful with money to make sure her 15-month-old daughter has everything she needs. 

'We had to escape': Growing number of Somalis face possible deportation over false documents, advocates say

Kaif Ali is one a growing number of Somalis who advocates say have had their refugee claims invalidated by the Immigration and Refugee Board, and who could face deportation because of the fraudulent passports they used to flee their homeland.

Toronto police reopen most roads, increased presence remains in downtown core after weekend protest

Toronto police say as of Monday morning they have reopened most roads that were closed ahead of Saturday's demonstration in the downtown core.

Asian communities to celebrate Year of the Tiger with artwork, decorations, events in Toronto

Asian community groups in Toronto are preparing to celebrate the Lunar New Year for a second year in a row under pandemic restrictions.

Volunteers in Toronto pack over 400 clean-up kits for B.C. families affected by flooding

Toronto volunteers assembled more than 400 clean-up kits on Wednesday that will be flown to B.C. for families affected by severe flooding.

Residents post 'Notice of Violation' on 2 billboards considered illegal on Bathurst near Davenport

Some Toronto residents, fed up with what they consider inaction by city hall, have postered over two billboards they believe are illegal to create one large "Notice of Violation" message.

Travellers face high cost of COVID-19 testing, uncertainty ahead of U.S. land border reopening

The Canadian travel industry says people are being hampered by uncertainty around the rules and the burdensome cost of the COVID-19 tests required to re-enter Canada.

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