Sabrina Gopaul
Head News Correspondent
Sabrina Gopaul receives the Equity and Diversity Award at the 2012 Identify 'N Impact Awards

Sabrina ‘Butterfly’ GoPaul is Head News Correspondent for She is also a former host for York University’s CHRY 105.5 FM. Since her transition from CKHC 96.9 FM Radio Humber and Humber TV, where she graduated in Journalism Print & Broadcast with honours (and also earned the Board of Governors Achievement Award), she remains involved with numerous community initiatives.

A mother of two boys – 20-year-old son ‘Zea’ and three-year-old Zakiah – Butterfly is a product of Jane/Finch life herself and is no stranger to the struggle. Vocal about children/youth issues, women issues, education and police brutality, she voices passionate viewpoints about her experiences and her vision for Jane/Finch.

Butterfly is an active leader in the Jane/Finch community and is determined to showcase the positive side of our turf and create platforms to tell community stories. Butterfly is a recipient of many awards, including: the 2011 Volunteer Service Award from the Ontario Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration, the 2012 Equity and Diversity Award from the Toronto Youth Cabinet and City of Toronto, 2013 Min Sook Lee Labour Arts Award, and 2014 International Women Achieves’ Award in Community Development, as well as the 2015 OPSEU Region 5 recognition for outstanding human rights work.

Dale Goldhawk, Anthony Perruzza, Paul Nguyen and Sabrina Gopaul on Goldhawk Live
Sabrina Gopaul receiving the Ontario Volunteer Service Award
2011 Jane's Walk: Jane & Finch
Sabrina interviews Gay McDougall, United Nations Special Rapporteur on Minority Issues
2010 Driftwood Community Festival
Jane-Finch Peace Walk

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