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Jack Knox

Jack Knox began his long stint the Times Colonist in 1988, after working at newspapers in Campbell River, Regina, and Kamloops. At the TC, he filled many roles, including copy editor, city editor, editorial writer, and editorial page editor, before becoming a full-time columnist in 2000. Career highlights include being blasted with blowhole spray by Luna the orca whale, interviewing a nude porn star, and getting a phone call from Barack Obama four days before 2008 presidential election. In his spare time he performs in a rock ’n' roll band with members of his Tour de Rock cycling team.

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Hard Knox
Musings from the Edge of Canada
by Jack Knox
Foreword by Ian Ferguson
CDN$ 19.95 (paperback)

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