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is an editor, reporter and columnist, writing on political events and
decisions which impact agriculture and rural life in Manitoba. She
writes for a regional agriculture magazine, a national Canadian
agriculture online newsletter and produces a regular column for a local
independent weekly. Her distinctive stories have appeared in
agriculture and community newspapers throughout rural Manitoba. www.timesavernewsline.com
Jim Chliboyko is a Winnipeg-based
writer and editor. He has worked for both consumer and trade
publications, and his by-line has appeared in Canadian Geographic, The
Beaver, Saturday Night, Explore, both The National Post and The Globe
and Mail and 40 other publications. He has been the editor of WordWrap
magazine, and currently edits Green Builder Canada. He was recently
nominated for a northwestern Ontario history writing award, and has
been listed as a source in Wikipedia. As well, he was once asked for
directions in Paris
Irene Gordon is an
author, researcher and editor with a particular interest in Western
Her publication credits include: Marie-Anne Lagimodiere: The
Incredible Story of Louis Reil's Grandmother, Grey Owl: The
Curious Life of Archie Belaney and The Battle of Seven Oaks
and the Violent Birth of the Red River Settlement. To find out
more about Irene, visit her website.
Liz Katynski is
a communications specialist, writer and instructor. Her company,
LizWords provides professional website, graphic design and writing
services. For clear communication, visit www.lizwords.com.
Kleinschmit's first company, Global’Ease, offers
consulting and training services for international business
development: management, mobility, customer service and professional
communication. She has personally welcomed more than 10 000 managers
from 90 countries to her workshops.
After twenty years in Europe, Nathalie returned to Winnipeg with her
family. A member of the Manitoba Writers Guild, ACI and PWAC, she now
focuses her time on writing, course development, and mentoring new
trainers and working with artists. She launched ArtsGrove in 2009 to focus on
business and financial growth for self-employed artists.
has been a freelance writer, editor, photographer and author since
1993. Her work has appeared in numerous North American publications
including WEST, Canadian Geographic, The Farmers' Almanac, The
Cottager, Boomer Life, Highways, RV Lifestyle, Winnipeg Life, 55 Plus,
The Costco Connection, Home Business Report, Hotelier, DreamScapes,
CAA, up!, CBC radio and others. In addition to periodical work, Doreen
presents workshops on volunteerism based on her 2010 book, "Before You
Say Yes ... A Guide to the Pleasure & Pitfalls of Volunteer
Boards." Doreen has also co-authored two books, including the
bestselling, "Manitoba Book of Everything," published October, 2008.
Doreen's next book, "Chocolatour," will be about chocolate and travel
and is a work-in-progress.
Read Doreen's writing blog at: doreenisthewizardofwords.blogspot.com.
Read Doreen's travel blog at: http://diversionswithdoreen.wordpress.com
Read writing samples and a full bio on her website at:
Diana Moes VandeHoef
is a Winnipeg-based freelance writer and copywriter with more than a
decade experience writing for international clients and publications.
Her articles have appeared in local publications such as The
Cottager, The Winnipeg Free Press, Winnipeg Life
and 55 Plus, as well as numerous American and international
publications. She has been writing for the Uncle John's Bathroom
Reader series for more than seven years. The bulk of Diana's work
is advertising and marketing related. She has completed this type of
work for clients in the UK, the US, Canada, New Zealand, Australia,
Romania and India. Diana specializes in creating elegant, no-fuss, high
impact copy customized to your needs and target audience. Visit Diana's
website at www.getwordsthatwork.com today to find out what
she can do for you.
Theriault is the owner and pubisher of of Winnipeg WellNews
a new, health and wellness 'mini-zine'. She is also a Winnipeg-based
freelancer with diverse
interests and the ability to develop the human element to the story.
has appeared in numerous publications ranging from trade magazines such
as The Baker's Journal, Canadian Jeweler and the Manitoba Teacher to
speciality publications of the Winnipeg Free Press and Winnipeg Sun.
Mireille has served as both Assistant Editor and Editor for local
lifestyles magazines. You can contact Mireille
William "Bill" Zuk is
an author, filmmaker, historian, photographer and artist. He has spent
much of his life as an educator, sharing his passion for writing,
history and aviation with both children and adults. A member of the
Manitoba Writers' Guild and PWAC Manitoba, he is the author of several
children's and adult books: Janusz Zurakowski: A Legend in the
Skies , 2007 (Canadian edition, 2004, The Avro Arrow Story,
2006, The Avro Arrow: The Story of an Incredible Plane...
2004, Avrocar: Canada's Flying Saucer, 2001 and How
Women Won the Vote in Manitoba, 1978 (Video/Kit). As a documentary
screenwriter, director and consultant, Bill has worked on ten films
including: Bearing his Soul: Gerry "The Big Bear" Barrett,
CTV 2003, Zero Over the Prairies, CTV/PBS, 2003 and Avrocar:
Flying Saucer Secrets for the Past, Discovery Canada, 2002. As an
aviation writer, Bill has also written extensively for aviation
magazines worldwide, and currently is the editor of the trade journal, Western
Canada Aviation & Aerospace, published bi-annually.
Visit his website at members.shaw.ca/wzuk1/index.html.