Sunday, 17 May 2009

You said it

Recommended weekend reading: Harry Bruce, a second-generation newspaperman, tells readers of the Nova Scotian what print media means to him.

Bruce, whose father, Charles Bruce, was a general superintendent of Canadian Press, says of print newspapers:

"What they once were, for me, was not only the very foundation of the work in Toronto that enabled my father to support me and the rest of his family, but the indispensable ingredient of a boyhood ritual."

Boyhood newspaper reader, paperboy, office boy, journalist, it has been all print for Harry Bruce.

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