Tasha Kheiriddin is a writer and broadcaster based in the greater Toronto area. Her columns appear weekly in the National Post and on iPolitics.ca and she can be heard regularly on CTV NewsChannel, CBC Radio’s The House, and in French on RDI’s Le Telejournal. Born and raised in Montreal, she has led a varied career in law, politics, media, public policy and communications. She has produced and hosted television programmes, co-authored the best-selling ‘Rescuing Canada's Right: Blueprint for a Conservative Revolution’, served as Director of the Fraser Institute in Quebec, and lectured on conservative policies at McGill University. She has received several awards for her media work including the 2003 Justicia Prize for broadcasting from the Canadian Bar Association and the 2012 Award for Economic Education from the Montreal Economic Institute. She is a mother of one, stepmom of two, and currently lives with her family in Whitby, Ontario.