Adrienne Clarkson has written about immigrants who struggled and thrived. An immigrant herself, she’s helped transform Canada.
Betty Xie is perfectly comfortable being interviewed in a downtown café. After all, she made her first movie in one.
Co-hosting a show for teenagers in 1964, Carole Taylor probably didn’t think she would have a career interviewing prime ministers.
In 1984, David Onley commenced a 22-year career with CityTV as Canada’s first on-air reporter with a visible disability.
Award-winning correspondent and BBC News presenter Lyse Doucet says the best journalism involves “walking in the margin of history.”
After spending years in far-flung locales such as Saudi Arabia, radio journalist Pacinthe Mattar is exploring Canadian concerns.
Ryan Pyle decided to venture to the land he learned so much about in his Chinese history and politics classes.The trip transformed him.
Shelley Saywell went to university to study theatre arts, but soon realized her political and artistic interests were in competition.
From 1893 until 1895, future prime minister William Lyon Mackenzie King wrote for The Varsity while studying at U of T.