Jennifer Van Evra

Jennifer Van Evra is a Vancouver-based journalist and digital producer for q. She can be found on Twitter @jvanevra or email jennifer.vanevra@cbc.ca.

Latest from Jennifer Van Evra

Rupi Kaur, Josh Groban, Big Sean, David Chang, more featured in new q series on mental health and the arts

Sound of Mind is a week-long series about how artists deal with, and draw from, mental health challenges.
q

Meet the Toronto trans artist who stars in the stereotype-busting new Gillette ad

The commercial features a father teaching his trans son to shave for the first time.

Art Connects on q: new series explores how artists are bringing people together in challenging times

Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, AA Bronson and Adrian Stimson are among the artists inspiring big change.
q

New film highlights the stunning artwork and activism of Indigenous trailblazer Robert Davidson

Haida Modern tells the remarkable story of how Davidson helped to popularize and legitimize Indigenous art.

Beyoncé, Billie Eilish, The Weeknd, Shawn Mendes, Ryan Reynolds, more demand justice for George Floyd

Artists across North America and around the world have taken to social media — and to the streets — in protest

Meet the Vancouver filmmaker behind the world's first COVID-19 feature film

Mostafa Keshvari got the idea for Corona before billions around the world went into lockdown

Schitt's Creek cast raises over $165K for food banks as final episode airs

Co-creator Dan Levy calls the last episode of the hit comedy 'a warm hug.'

Canadian film and TV design pro creates face shield for health-care workers

John Allen has worked on Suicide Squad, Star Trek and Total Recall. Now he's created a new COVID-19 shield that can be mass-produced.

Modern Family star Ty Burrell launches project to help bar and restaurant workers, donates $100,000

The actor also talks about ending the hit show, and how playing Phil Dunphy is “like taking a trip to the spa.”

Bylaw officers can warn people who ignore COVID-19 health rules, but can't detain them

The B.C. government is also redeploying liquor, cannabis and gambling inspectors to help

now