Stéphan Bureau is a journalist, interviewer and Canadian television and radio show host. Over the past thirty years, he has used a variety of platforms to conduct over ten thousand interviews with those whose thoughts and actions shape our world. He has interviewed Mikhail Gorbachev, Donald Trump, Céline Dion, Mario Vargas Llosa, Brigitte Bardot, Luciano Pavarotti, Fernando Botero, Garth Brooks, Benoite Groulx, Jean Marais, Elie Wiesel, Jean Chrétien, Fabrice Luchini and Simone Veil.

He has also worked as a correspondent in Washington and New York. Stéphan anchored the late-night news program on the TVA network before hosting LeTéléjournal on Radio-Canada for 5 years. He is the producer, creator and host of the documentary series Contact, broadcasted on Canadian and European television.

Stéphan is also the host and creator of the television series Les grandes entrevues Juste pour rire, which has been broadcasted for over 12 years. He has earned nine Gemini Awards from the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television for his work as a host and interviewer.

The entirety of his work has been awarded the Ordre de la Pléiade by the Organisation internationale de la francophonie.

After returning to radio and Radio-Canada in 2017, Stéphan went on to spend five years combining his many passions by hosting Notes de voyage at ICI Musique, a summer daily morning show, Bien Entendu, as well as producing a long interview each week.

Since September 2022, Stéphan has been at the helm of the major news show Le monde à l’envers on the TVA network.

Every weekday morning, Stéphan provides a critical look on current events with QUB radio.