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  • interviewer
  • He has also been a host and interviewer on Canadian television and radio, hosting CBC Radio's Morningside from 1977 to 1982, for which he received an ACTRA Award for best radio host, and subsequently hosting an afternoon talk show, The Don Harron Show on CTV from 1983 to 1985. (wikipedia.org)
  • Council
  • The first B-boy to get a Canada Council grant to study the dance in New York, Philadelphia and Orlando, he has gone on to teach the acrobats at Cirque du Soleil in Montreal after winning the Most Valuable B-Boy award at the Kings of NY Competition in 2006. (criticsatlarge.ca)
  • With financial help from the Canada Council, I shaped the individual pieces into a number of pertinent themes relevant to the decade. (criticsatlarge.ca)
  • Tears
  • If you want to really see how grief tears a family apart, hunt down a little-known Canadian TV movie starring Saul Rubinek and directed by Robin Spry called Obsessed (1988), about a mother (Kerrie Keane) trying to bring to justice a man (Rubinek) who killed her son in a hit and run accident. (criticsatlarge.ca)
  • Film Awards
  • Isabel is the first film of Paul Almond's trilogy made with his then-wife Geneviève Bujold, it won four Canadian Film Awards, and was one of the first Canadian films to be picked up for distribution by a major Hollywood studio (Paramount Pictures). (wikipedia.org)
  • children
  • Topics included a discussion by two Carleton University professors on criticism, developmentally-challenged children, writers from French Canada, substance abuse in Vancouver, the situation of black people in Winnipeg, the closure of a Manitoba newspaper and Montreal's St. James Street. (wikipedia.org)
  • director
  • And Then There Were None" (Jim Murray), concerning endangered species "Another Canada" (J. Frank Willis host, George Ronald director, Richard Nielsen writer), which examined Canadian poverty. (wikipedia.org)
  • production
  • Production from Winnipeg was discontinued in favour of segments from Montreal hosted by Madame Fon Fon (Claudine Vallerand, from Radio-Canada ), Mr. Dick (a beaver puppet) and Miki (an actual dog). (wikipedia.org)
  • Council
  • With financial help from the Canada Council, I shaped the individual pieces into a number of pertinent themes relevant to the decade. (criticsatlarge.ca)
  • The first B-boy to get a Canada Council grant to study the dance in New York, Philadelphia and Orlando, he has gone on to teach the acrobats at Cirque du Soleil in Montreal after winning the Most Valuable B-Boy award at the Kings of NY Competition in 2006. (criticsatlarge.ca)
  • hunt
  • If you want to really see how grief tears a family apart, hunt down a little-known Canadian TV movie starring Saul Rubinek and directed by Robin Spry called Obsessed (1988), about a mother (Kerrie Keane) trying to bring to justice a man (Rubinek) who killed her son in a hit and run accident. (criticsatlarge.ca)