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Pulitzer-prize winning photojournalist and best-selling author covers the circumpolar Arctic for the Toronto Star, Canada's largest daily newspaper, after decades as a war reporter and foreign correspondent for the Los Angeles Times and The Star.
Pulitzer-prize winning photojournalist and best-selling author covers the circumpolar Arctic for the Toronto Star, Canada's largest daily newspaper, after decades as a war reporter and foreign correspondent for the Los Angeles Times and The Star.

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Read the full, mysterious story of the recent mysterious discovery of HMS Terror and other new revelations from the epic hunt for the lost Franklin Expedition in my new book. Available for pre-order now at your favorite online bookseller.
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The date approaches: if you're in the Washington, D.C. area, I'm confident in guaranteeing my conversation with Black Hawk Down author Mark Bowden will be gripping.
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A fine New York Times' take on the powerful play The Body of an American.
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They say you can't go home again. For a long time, I agreed. But after a night with the latest Richview Collegiate grads, with a visit to the Wall of Fame where MVP Joey Votto and Prime Minister Stephen Harper are on display, I learned an important lesson: The future is very bright. Thanks to the grads, students at staff. You give me new strength.
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Proud to share: The Fiddlehead, Canada's longest living literary journal, will publish poems from my good friend and collaborator Dan O'Brien's new book in its coming edition.
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The story of how Conservative Party contributor John Geiger, head of the charitable Royal Canadian Geographical Society, played a key role in Prime Minister Stephen Harper's effort to sell his political priorities against the backdrop of the search for the lost ships of Sir John Franklin's 1845 Arctic expedition, which led to the deaths of all 129 men.
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"You'll seen an interesting international connection here in my new blog post arising out of the John Geiger-Stephen Harper-Franklin shipwreck discovery nexus that I recently reported for BuzzFeed. Please share."
On Tracking Medals
On Tracking Medals
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The story of significant public interest on the search for the lost Franklin Expedition shipwrecks that I've been working hard on for months has been published by BuzzFeed Canada. I urge everyone interested in the truth to read it. Please share.
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Europe and Turkey are not blame for wars at the root of the refugee crisis. They should not have to solve it alone.
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If the Canadaland Show interview with Jesse Brown piques your interest in the realities of independent war reporting, please see videos on my site.
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