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June Callwood

By Christopher Moore | April 16, 2007

Much honour paid to June Callwood in the Globe & Mail and elsewhere today, and so there should be. But I recall that June Callwood refused to be published in the Globe for many years, because it had become impossible for an independent writer to work with the Globe‘s corporate policies.

June’s influence came because she was June. But initially it came because she was a journalist — the kind of journalist that would no longer find a career in the media we have today.

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