Summary

Many journalists, at some point in their careers, have had an “Ah-hah!” moment -- a sudden realization about the impact of their work or the work of their colleagues. Many of the journalists interviewed for the WNN report provided a single anecdote about an event that helped them understand and appreciate the power and purpose of journalism. We are sharing those epiphanies here.

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Wendy Sawatzky

Associate Editor, Digital News

Wendy Sawatzky, associate editor, digital news, The Winnipeg Free Press, tells about a time when the power and purpose of journalism became clear to her.

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Paul Samyn

Editor

Paul Samyn, editor, Winnipeg Free Press, talks about a time when the power and purpose of journalism became evident to him.

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Bob Cox

Publisher

Bob Cox, publisher, The Winnipeg Free Press, tells about a time when the power and purpose of journalism became clear to him.

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Terry Pugh

Assignment Editor

The assignment editor from The Clark's Crossing Gazette, Terry Pugh, shares an epiphany he had about a time when the power and purpose of journalism became clear to him.

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Terry Jenson

Publisher

The publisher of The Clark's Crossing Gazette, Terry Jenson, shares an epiphany about a time when the power and purpose of journalism became clear to him.

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John Kopeck

Director of Sales, Edmonton Journal
Edmonton, AB

John Kopeck, director of sales, The Edmonton Journal, talks about a time when the power and purpose of journalism became clear to him.

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John White

Digital News Editor, Edmonton Journal
Edmonton, AB

John White, digital news editor, The Edmonton Journal, tells how the power and purpose of journalism became clear to him.

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Margo Goodhand

Editor, Edmonton Journal
Edmonton, AB

Margo Goodhand, Editor, The Edmonton Journal, describes a personal epiphany about the power and purpose of journalism.

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Kelly Davies

Creative Services Director, Powell River Peak
Powell River, BC

The power and purpose of journalism became evident to Powell River Peak Creative Services Director Kerry Davies when the mission of The Peak became clear to her: “We’re here to help the community, ” she says.

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Joyce Carlson

Publisher, Powell River Peak
Powell River, BC

The power and purpose of journalism became evident to Powell River Peak Publisher Joyce Carlson early in her career when she first encountered her byline in print as a young reporter and began to hear feedback about stories she had written from readers.

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