Audiobook Out Now
The audiobook is now available. Read by Richard Clarkin, the anecdotes and dialogue come to life as the politicians and the journalists engage on Parliament Hill. From Sir John A. to Justin Trudeau, the reporters made some history —and herstory— of their own. Amazon: ow.ly/6rTr50BSCGU Kobo: ow.ly/W5PX50BSCGV Google: ow.ly/7jFX50BSCGT
The Front Page
My first Page 1 byline, a fond memory
Why the Press Gallery matters
Remembering the old Press Gallery
The fire marshal condemned the place and we had to move
The Press Gallery, 1965
A scandal a day
When covering Parliament in the 1960s, it helped to have worked on the police beat
Journalism as it used to be
Get me re-write. Stop the presses.
How news gathering has changed
Once, reporters were loyal to political parties. Now, they keep their distance.