‘The Vancouver Sun’ Kim Bolan Bio: Age, Family, Married, Husband & More
The Vancouver Sun's all-time reporter Kim Bolan is the perfect example of doing great in something since its beginning as she still contributes to the same newspaper that she began her career in journalism with.
Indeed she is still associated with The Vancouver Sun even after years of her work there, reporting various kinds of stories for the paper. Making it over three decades of work experience, Kim has covered various extraordinary stories.
And while she still covers stories for the paper, her keen well-wishers are looking forward on details of her married life. However, Kim has kept her relationship with her husband at the bay for her admirers!
The Vancouver Sun's Married Life With Husband? Relationship Details
As much boldness the investigating reporter at The Vancouver Sun, Kim Bolan engraves in her reports on crime stories, she has let silence reign in her personal matters.
She has always remained hush-hush for her romantic relationship for which, it is not known whether she is already married in a secret wedding or is still enjoying her single life even at the age of 58.
It turns out she prefers keeping her love life entirely under her wraps as she hardly prefers talking about her possible husband.
She has neither openly talked about her married status in her social media nor in any of the interviews. Even though her tweets revealed her birthday which is on 11 January, she occasionally mentions of her love life.
However, back in October 2013, she tweeted hinting that she is married and already has a husband. Back then, she made a statement writing "My husband" which led to speculation that she is already married.
On the tweet, she wrote,
"Buck says: "Your husband controls you." Kim replies: "My husband doesn't control me." She says husband controls money in the household."
However, there has not been any other tweet relating to her husband which raises doubts about her relationship status. She has also not been quite open about her net worth.
Well, she must immensely prefer to her personal life off the radar as hardly speaks about it.
Honorary Degree; Proud Family
Kim has covered a number of topics while reporting but her focus remains on the organized crimes. She has been reporting about these crimes for over 30 years and has still been doing it with her sole support for local news.
Kim Bolan while talking about gang violence with Kash Heed on the radio show Surrey. (Photo: Kim Bolan's Twitter)
Through her blogs about life on crime beat by gangsters, she has earned herself Courage in Journalism Award along with the Press Freedom Award. She is also the receiver of 2017 Bruce Hutchison Lifetime Achievement Award.
Apart from these, Kim recently received the honorary degree from the University of the Fraser Valley. The degree was handed to Kim on 5 June 2018 during a convocation ceremony held at the Abbotsford Centre.
Kim, who has an estimated salary of $61,262, is one of the four receivers at the ceremony which included the elder at Stó:lÅ Siyamiyateliyot Elizabeth Phillips; Canadia women's national soccer team player Sophie Schmidt and Abbotsford dentist Malwinder Dhami who is also a UFV donor.