Anupreet Sandhu Bhamra is an award-winning broadcaster, print
and web journalist. She has reported for a number of news organizations in Canada and India across major media platforms – print, television and web – for over a decade.

Recipient of prestigious national Broadcaster of the Future Award by Global Television, Anupreet most recently worked for US-based NBC News for the coverage of 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver.

Prior to that, she worked for Canada’s largest national newspaper, The Globe and Mail, where she reported and wrote for the daily and also produced a video web feature for its website.

She received her Master of Journalism degree from the Graduate School of Journalism at the University of British Columbia in 2009. While at the school, she was a recipient of prestigious university and private academic scholarships.

Prior to that, she was a reporter at The Vancouver Sun; her work has also appeared in online web magazine, The Tyee.


In the summer of 2008, she travelled to India to film a team of medical students who help a under-serviced boarding school in a remote Himalayan valley run a health care centre. The CBC-commissioned documentary, called Ordinary Canadians, Extraordinary Impact, was broadcast on CBC’s
Around the World. You can watch the documentary under ‘Portfolio’.

Check the photos she took of the subjects and the road trip to the remote Spiti Valley under ‘Photography’.

Her television experience includes co-production credit on a magazine-length news documentary for
US-based Dan Rather Reports and anchor/reporter for Vancouver-based channel m (Now Omni BC).

Before moving to Canada, she worked as a reporter in India, for two leading national newspapers,
The Hindustan Times and The Indian Express. She also holds a Masters degree in English from India’s Panjab University and a Postgraduate Diploma in Journalism.

Copyright © 2007-2011 Anupreet Sandhu Bhamra. All rights reserved.

Anupreet Sandhu Bhamra filming at Rangrik, Spiti Valley, India