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Full Name Evan Solomon
Profession Journalist
Date of Birth April 20 , 1968
Current Age 55 years
Place of Birth Toronto
Birth Country Canada
Nationality Canadians
Birth Sign Taurus
Dead or Alive Alive ( 55 years old)

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Evan Solomon is one of the famous Journalist, who was born on the memorable day of April 20 in the year 1968. Evan Solomon is a proud citizen of Canada.

Canadian political journalist and media personality who found fame as the host of The Evan Solomon Show on radio’sCFRB. He has also presented the political news program Question Period on CTV.

Over the years, not only have skills been honed, but a significant impact has also been made in the professional field. Whether it's through work, public appearances, or contributions to the community, Evan Solomon continues to be an inspiration for many.

Personal Information

Details about Evan Solomon
Popular As: Evan Solomon
First Name: Evan
Last Name: Solomon
Gender: Male
Birthday: April 20
Birth Year: 1968
Age: 55-years
Education: Crescent School; McGill University


He earned his degree in English literature and religious studies from McGill University.

He won Gemini Awards for Best Host or Interviewer in both 2004 and 2005.


He is married toTammy Quinn. They have a daughter namedMaizie and a son named Gideon. He co-anchored CBC News: Sunday with journalist Carole MacNeil.

Evan Solomon Timeline

In 1992, Solomon co-founded Shift with Andrew Heintzman.
Solomon left the magazine in 1999 to promote his first novel, Crossing the Distance.
In 2004, Solomon worked as co-editor, with Heintzman, on Fueling the Future: How the Battle Over Energy is Changing Everything. He was the co-anchor with Carole MacNeil of CBC News: Sunday and CBC News: Sunday Night from 2004 to 2009.
In 2009, Solomon was chosen to host the political discussion show Power & Politics on CBC News Network and CBC Radio One's weekly political affairs series The House.
On June 9, 2015, Solomon was fired from CBC after the Toronto Star reported that he allegedly took secret commissions for brokering art sales of items owned by his friend and art collector Bruce Bailey to people he was connected to through his CBC position.
In 2016, Solomon announced that he was joining the Ottawa-area talk radio station CFRA.