Sannah Choi

Sannah Choi is a multi-platform journalist with CBC Toronto. She started as a TV reporter in her hometown at CBC Ottawa. She enjoys exploring her neighbourhood in Toronto's west end with her family. Contact her at

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How social work students are breaking barriers to mental health in marginalized communities

U of T’s Talk It Out clinic pairs graduate social work students with therapy clients for free.

Canadian women need more help returning to work after maternity leave, survey suggests

Many mothers don't feel properly supported when they return to the workplace after maternity leave, a new survey suggests. An advocacy group says the figures show employers need programs to help female employees reintegrate after they have children

New Toronto field hospital prepares to accept COVID-19 patients as ICUs overflow

A new field hospital at Sunnybrook Health Science Centre in Toronto will likely be ready to accept patients this week, says the manager in charge of the temporary medical facility located in a parking lot.

How this 10-year-old 'Chef on Saturdays' grew his business during the pandemic

The appetite for Rayyan Husain’s homemade chicken pot pies has grown so much it has ignited a weekend business for the 10-year-old during the COVID-19 pandemic.

This is 'Not Your Ma's Jong': How a couple reimagined a game their grandmas played

Jennifer Guo and Adam Szakacs were inspired by their grandmothers’ love of mahjong to create their own version of the game.

Meet Ajax's very own friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man

In the fifth installment of CBC Toronto's Meet the Neighbours series, we meet the Ajax Spider-Man, who has become a celebrity on local running trails.

Watch the dancing queens, kings and dinos of Burlington during COVID-19

In the fourth installment of CBC Toronto's Meet the Neighbours series, we meet the "Bridle Wood Music Nights" families in Burlington, who have been getting their groove on during COVID-19.

Toronto musician brings cello's history back to life during the pandemic

Toronto cellist Beth Silver recently acquired an old cello. Watch the video to hear it come back to life.

Watch South Etobicoke neighbours tackle 'Trashy Tuesdays' during COVID-19

In the third installment of CBC Toronto's Meet the Neighbours series, we meet the "Trashy Tuesdays" crew who have been cleaning up their South Etobicoke parks during COVID-19.

Milton neighbours explore artistic side after becoming 'the image of what friendship is' during the pandemic

At the beginning of the pandemic, five families who live next to each other became fast friends. CBC Toronto's Meet the Neighbours series profiles residents who live on Asleton Boulevard in Milton.