Hey, why not? UBob Layton Place doesn’t exist, of course. But perhaps it should — in Edmonton, Alberta, where Layton, a Continue reading
Update: Michael White has been granted day parole. The decision of a two-member Parole Board was released on February 8, 2021. Continue reading
The man I’m writing lived in my neighbourhood, in the west end of Edmonton, Alberta. Geographically speaking, we were close; Continue reading
I recently spent some time with two veteran broadcasters, both radio reporters. One was a friend; the other, a foe. Continue reading
March 3, 2015, marked the tenth anniversary of the killing of four Alberta RCMP officers — the deadliest day in the Continue reading
All high school reunions are cool, I suppose … but this one was beyond that — all because people put others ahead of themselves.
There’s a variety of beats for reporters: politics, education, health, aboriginal issues, environment, technology, aging movie stars … you name Continue reading
One of North America’s premier police reporters dodged a bullet on Saturday night, 29 September 2012. Ed Mason of 630-CHED Continue reading