Announcing New Client Kim Bolan

March 17, 2017

We’re thrilled to announce that Page Two principal Trena White is now representing award-winning investigative journalist Kim Bolan through our alliance with Transatlantic Agency.

Photo: Brooke McAllister Photography

Photo: Brooke McAllister Photography

Kim Bolan covers gangs and organized crime for Vancouver Sun, where she has worked since 1984. She also runs the popular blog The Real Scoop, which averages 150,000 readers a month. Bolan has covered the biggest criminal cases in Canadian history, from the Air India bombing to serial killer Robert Pickton to the Surrey Six gangland slayings. Her work over the years has taken her to wars in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Central America and repeatedly to northern India to expose the roots of Canadian Sikh extremism and investigate the 1985 Air India bombing. Her book on the bombing, Loss of Faith: How the Air India Bombers Got Away with Murder, won the Dafoe Book Prize and was a finalist for the Shaughnessy Cohen Prize and the Edna Staebler Award.

Bolan has won or been shortlisted for more than thirty provincial, national, and international journalism awards during her career. She is also a Journalism Instructor at Langara College, where she teaches Media and the Law, Media and Society and Investigative Reporting.

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