I recently spent some time with two veteran broadcasters, both radio reporters. One was a friend; the other, a foe. Continue reading
It was Saturday, 19 May 1984 — a pleasant, warm spring evening in Edmonton, Alberta. Across the city and clear Continue reading
It was only weeks ago [at least it seems like that] but it was a third of a century. In Continue reading
Word came on 28 January 2013 that a well-known band of Indians in northern Alberta was throwing its support behind Continue reading
The young Pole survived four and a half years at the mother of all Nazi death camps — Auschwitz — witnessing unspeakable things. But talk about them he did. This is Part One of his incredible story.
This is the second of two posts on the young Polish prisoner who spent WW2 at Auschwitz. Sigmund Sobolewski returned to Poland with the Author in June 1990. He spoke of torture, his work at the camp, a deadly uprising there … and why a part of Auschwitz was called ‘Canada.’
In 1983, Tania Murrell, a young Edmonton girl, vanished on her way home from school. The years have flown by … and now the child’s mother, father and brother have died — their early deaths brought on, I’m sure, because of not knowing what happened to Tania.