Sannah Choi

Sannah Choi is a multi-platform journalist with CBC Toronto. She started as a TV reporter in her hometown at CBC Ottawa and has since worked on shows like Power and Politics, Ottawa Morning, Here and Now, and Metro Morning. She enjoys exploring her neighbourhood in Toronto's west end with her husband and son.

Latest from Sannah Choi


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.

How neighbours on an Etobicoke street created a lifelong bond during the pandemic

In the first installment of CBC Toronto's Meet the Neighbours series, we visit Edwalter Avenue, where residents went from being friendly to "the most important network that we all had during COVID-19."

New ROM exhibit digitally unravels inner remains of Egyptian mummies

An exhibit opens this weekend at the ROM that will give you a whole new picture of the inner lives of Egyptian mummies. Researchers used high-tech imaging techniques to make startling new discoveries.

This Barrie man has sent a love letter every day to his wife in nursing home since pandemic hit

Brian Barnes had never written a love note to his wife of 43 years. But since the COVID-19 lockdown began, he’s delivered one every day to her nursing home.

Brampton school displaced by fire finds new home, but parents concerned about impact on kids

Some parents are concerned about sending their kids to a new location after a fire damaged St. Leonard school in Brampton in May. A nearby school will host its students and staff temporarily when classes resume in September amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

How this artist created a 3-D 'Love Letter to Canada'

Luanga Nuwame’s handmade Beautiful Canada series is an artistic tribute to all the country's provinces and territories.

'Ready and prepared': 6 friends set to canoe for 60 days to raise funds for COVID-19 relief

Six friends who met working at summer camp are putting their outdoor skills and experiences to use by embarking on a 60-day canoe trip fundraiser.

Grade 3 student pen pal project goes online during pandemic

When class was in session, students at two neighbouring schools befriended each other through handwritten notes. Now they’re continuing their friendship online with video meetings due to the pandemic.

Toronto pizzeria Vesuvio permanently closing after 63 years due to COVID-19

The city's first and oldest pizzeria and spaghetti house, located in the Junction, announces its last day of operation will be April 19.

Why COVID-19 has personal support workers feeling uneasy during home-care visits

Personal support workers who provide care in clients' homes worry they’ll catch or spread COVID-19 if they aren't given more protective gear to wear.

 How large fundraising events are going virtual amid COVID-19

Instead of cancelling large events that normally bring thousands of people together, charities are shifting gears to create virtual events in hopes of raising millions of dollars.