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Stephen Kimber
Journalist, author, journalism professor. Latest book: What Lies Across the Water: The Real Story of the Cuban Five. I'm in my Cuba-ist period.
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Atlantic Credit Unions Jun 17
“We were told it was impossible, unreasonable. We went ahead and did it anyway. 70 years later, is going strong.”
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Lorri Neilsen Glenn Jun 16
The crew this year is reading it. And will be a guest in our program. So looking forward to our discussions!
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Stephen Kimber Jun 16
Crisis? What crisis? Just a(nother) ‘new (lack of) direction’ for healthcare | Stephen Kimber. My latest for the Examiner. No longer behind the paywall.
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Stephen Kimber Jun 15
Crisis? What crisis? Just a(nother) ‘new (lack of) direction’ for healthcare | Stephen Kimber. My latest for the Examiner. No longer behind the paywall.
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Stephen Kimber Jun 15
Crisis? What crisis? Just a(nother) ‘new (lack of) direction’ for healthcare | Stephen Kimber. My latest for the Examiner. No longer behind the paywall.
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Stephen Kimber Jun 13
And, of course, and any other fabulous I might have missed. Thinking of you all in Ottawa. Enjoy the 30th!
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Stephen Kimber Jun 13
Happy 30th Anniversary !!
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Bill Lahey Jun 12
Great and deserved recognition for a career of accomplishment dedicated to students. Congrats Neil and thank you.
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Stephen Kimber Jun 11
"This year's Dalton Camp Award-winning essay is by Samuel Piccolo, writing on how a year spent working as a reporter on a community newspaper in a small Ontario town changed his views about the impact and...
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Stephen Kimber Jun 11
Delighted to have been one of the judges for this award. A deserving winner. An important read.
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Stephen Kimber Jun 9
Crisis? What crisis? Just a(nother) ‘new (lack of) direction’ for healthcare. The “mutual” firing of NS's deputy health minister shows how unwilling our premier is to acknowledge our health crisis. My latest for the Examiner. No longer behind the paywall.
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Stephen Kimber Jun 9
Crisis? What crisis? Just a(nother) ‘new (lack of) direction’ for healthcare. The “mutual” firing of NS's deputy health minister shows how unwilling our premier is to acknowledge our health crisis. My latest for the Examiner. No longer behind the paywall.
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Stephen Kimber Jun 8
Crisis? What crisis? Just a(nother) ‘new (lack of) direction’ for healthcare. The “mutual” firing of NS's deputy health minister shows how unwilling our premier is to acknowledge our health crisis. My latest for the Examiner. No longer behind the paywall.
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Bill Lahey Apr 27
The books our students are writing deserve this kind of recognition. Congrats & good luck to the nominees & thanks to for this wonderful encouragement to all our writers.
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Dean Jobb | Author Jun 7
Looking forward to presenting the session "Negotiating the Truth: Drawing the Line in Creative Nonfiction" with my colleague at 1 PM tomorrow.
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Pauline Dakin Jun 5
Yes, I’ve been involved in a national student journalism investigation and hands down is the least cooperative and most expensive provincial government to get information from.
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Atlantic Book Awards Jun 4
Talking at Paul O’Regan Hall tonight and suppressed stories which connect us.
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Bill Lahey Jun 3
Thanks for joining us and for honouring the nominees with the team from
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Stephen Kimber Jun 3
By Kim Hart Macneill, who will be joining our MFA program's Class of 2021.
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Halifax Examiner Jun 3
Crisis? What crisis? Just a(nother) ‘new (lack of) direction’ for healthcare by (for subscribers)
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