Chantal Hebert Married, Partner or Lesbian, Children and Family

The famous Canadian journalist, political commentator, and author Chantal St-Cyr Hebert, 'better known as Chantal Hebert', is a very talented, enthusiastic and, brilliant person. She is best known for Jack (2013) and Tout le Monde en Parle (2004).

Chantal Hebert Married, Partner or Lesbian, Children and Family

Quick Information

  • Date of Birth Apr 24, 1954
  • Age 70 Years, 1 Months
  • Nationality Canadian
  • Profession Journalist, Political Commentator
  • Marital Status Unmarried
  • Husband/Spouse Not Yet
  • Divorced Not Yet
  • Boyfriend/Dating No
  • Gay/Lesbian No
  • Net Worth Not Disclosed
  • Salary Not Disclosed
  • Ethnicity White
  • Children/Kids Not Yet
  • Height N/A
  • Education University of Toronto

The famous Canadian journalist, political commentator, and author, Chantal St-Cyr Hebert, 'better known as Chantal Hebert' is a very talented, enthusiastic and, brilliant person. Throughout her career as a journalist, she not only garnered the taste of successes but also vast fortunes. She also shared her life experiences and the burning issues of the time through her writings, publishing several award-winning books.

How Much Is Chantal's Net Worth?

Talented and famous media persona Chantal garners her net worth of $17 million. As per PayScale, the average salary of a journalist in Canada is C$41,881 per year. She has a massive net worth and salary from her profession that range in thousands and more amount.

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She is also an author who has published several books, including "French Kiss: Stephen Harper's Blind Date with Quebec" (2007). Her second book, The Morning After, was shortlisted for the Shaughnessy Cohen Prize for political writing. 

Chantal Hebert during the Word On The Street in 2014 (Photo: Politics and its Discontents)

Following her brilliant career, she was awarded Hyman Solomon Award for Excellence in Public Policy Journalism in 2006. She also received the Honorary Degree from York University in 2012 and again from Concordia University in 2014. Her books, "The Morning After The 1995 Quebec Referendum and the Day that Almost Was" and Burlesque au Québec (Le) was sold for $13.99 and $22.99 in Kindle Edition, respectively.

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Not Married Even In The Sixties?

Chantal is currently at the age of 66 and is an unmarried woman. She has no interest in getting married. In an interview, Chantal stated that she has no interest in becoming a wife and husband. She thinks that her profession is her husband and future life.

There were no rumors about her previous affairs and any partner. So, she has not any children yet. But, what might be the main reason to stay single! We don’t say anything about it without her has not revealed much more about her personal life. Since she is not married people and, her fans relate to her as lesbian/gay. People hope she will explain her own life, matters and, personal affairs very soon to the Tabloids.

Short Bio

Born in 1954 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada 1954, Chantal Hebert celebrates her birthday on 24 April. She has a fit and fine body with perfect body structures. Hebert is also active on social networks, and especially she has huge fan followers on Twitter.

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She holds Canadian Nationality. She belongs to the White ethnicity. She moved to Toronto from Ottawa at the age of 12 with her family. With her parents, she raised and started to study from the same place, from Toronto. She earned a doctorate in many subjects like she makes Doctor of civil law, a Doctor of Law, Doctor of Humane Letters. 

Her career started in 1975 when she began to work in Radio-Canada for the French language at the regional TV and radio newsroom. She has continuously begun to work in Queen's Park Radio, Parliament Hill, National Post, respectively. Now she has worked in Le Devoir and the Toronto Star, where she also won the best officer of Canada’s Order in 2012.