Ed Finn

Ed Finn grew up in Corner Brook, Newfoundland, where he worked as a printer’s apprentice, reporter, columnist, and editor of that city’s daily newspaper, the Western Star. His career as a journalist included 14 years as a labour relations columnist for the Toronto Star. He was part of the world of politics between 1959 and 1962, serving as the first provincial leader of the NDP in Newfoundland. He worked closely with Tommy Douglas for some years and helped defend and promote medicare legislation in Saskatchewan.

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Jul 6, 2018
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The real Big Short

Ed Finn
Canada’s social spending has declined to just 17.2 per cent of GDP. There is no excuse for government refusal to improve our inferior social programs and help millions in poverty-stricken families.
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Feb 28, 2018
Leaving Corner Brook, Newfoundland. Photo: Harry and Rowena Kennedy/Flickr

Grandpa's universe

Ed Finn
Now in his 90s, writer Ed Finn shares an excerpt from his memoir, a look at his grandfather who died in 1937.

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