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Julie Benson is a lawyer by training and a retired federal public servant. She is now a full-time writer of short humour and political satire whose work can be found in the New York Times and the Los Angeles Times. Julie has been writing op-ed pieces and humorous essays for more than 25 years and her work has appeared on the op-ed pages of most major North American daily newspapers. Her most recent collection of political satire is entitled King Donald I and is available on Amazon.com and Amazon.ca.
Kal Vaista was born in In Quebec City and has lived here his whole life. His parents moved to the province from Pakistan in the 1960s. Kal earned a law degree from the Université Laval where he began his passion human rights. Kal became a solicitor specializing in human rights and was a councillor in Ottawa from 1994 to 2006. Kal is a big sports fan, especially football, boxing and cricket. He ran the 2014 London Marathon, raising money for the Evening Standard’s Dispossessed Fund.
Robert Stuckel has been a reporter covering provinicial politics since 1985. Prior to stint on the political scene, he was a business reporter for the Ottawa Sun on the banking, mutual funds, stock market and personal finance beats. He has also written for the our Food, Wheels and Travel sections. Rob came to the Anglophone Tribune from the CP, where he served as a Ottawa Correspondent in the mid-1990s after stints in Vancouver and Edmonton. Born in Montreal and raised in Quebec, he does occasional political commentary for CBC Radio.
Sara recently started writing as an attempt to distract herself from finishing her PhD . She spends too much time on Twitter and too much money on her cat. Sara also works as a Project Manager at Generate Fun, a charity providing opportunities for people with disabilities. Sara has been a Gig Buddy volunteer since 2014.
Reporter Stacy Parker joined the the papaer in 2016 and has since been nominated multiple times for National Newspaper Awards. She previously worked for the Toronto Star in her hometown. Stacy graduated from University Of Toronto in 2005 with a degree in journalism.
Steve Leet is a reporter at Anglophone Tribune.. He covers politics breaking news, national politics and policy, and sometimes the intersection of politics and pop culture, especially film. Steve is a Toronto native and graduate of the Ryerson.