Aug 7, 2018
Lisa Ford was a journalist for more than 33 years starting off in small town radio and switching to television in Red Deer Alberta in 1985.
When STV launched in Saskatoon in 1987, Lisa was an original on air anchor and reporter.
In 1991 Lisa moved into management as News Director and was one of only a handful of female...
Jul 30, 2018
In a few weeks from now – Friday, August 24, Colin Horricks will walk out of his small office for the last time.
And it will be the end of an era – given that Horricks has treated thousands and thousands of patients – some spanning five generations.
And it will the end of an era as fewer and fewer...
Jul 23, 2018
Peter Robbins is an excellent adventurer.
He loves to travel.
He loves being an actor.
He loves trying new things.
He is retired.
Retirement for some means giving up - sitting at home, watching television and bemoaning the good old days and let’s not forget, complaining of what is wrong with the world
But for other it...
Jul 16, 2018
1987 was a pivotal year for Douglas Reynolds.
That's when started working for a Vancouver art gallery specializing in Northwest Coast art.
But his love of Northwest Coast art started when he was in high school.
He volunteered at the Vancouver Museum.
So he got a first-hand look at the art of Canada's...
Jul 9, 2018
Miles Richardson has had it with Ottawa treating Canada's indigenous people like second-class citizens.
The dynamic, respected and results-driven politician from the Haida nation is determined - determined to make sure the federal government stops treating indigenous people with the objective of making them like white...