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first journalists in Canada.

W. S. Wallace

first journalists in Canada.

by W. S. Wallace

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Published in 372-381 p .
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    Subjects:
  • Journalists -- Ontario.

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    LC ClassificationsPN 4820 C212 W195 1945 RARE
    The Physical Object
    PaginationToronto :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22230107M

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    Investigations by The Globe and Mail's leading journalists. Explore the investigative journalism projects on a variety of subjects important to Canadians by The Globe's investigative reporters. These media contacts may include journalists, reporters, bloggers, producers, freelance writers and editors across print, online, blogs, radio and television. The process of building a media list allows you to think long and hard about who will be receiving your news and how you might approach each journalist, blogger, producer or editor to.

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