Ned Powers

Ned Powers, a career journalist and editor, is the previous author of three books. His writing is focused on Saskatchewan sport, entertainment, and life style. He joined the Saskatoon StarPhoenix in 1953, moved to CFQC radio and television in 1960, and returned to the StarPhoenix in 1965. He became editor of the Saskatoon Sun in 1990, where he launched a sports profile series, Then and Now. He began his series of community profiles under the title, Friends Revisited. First published in the Sun, they were moved to the StarPhoenix in 1996.










140 pages/trade paper

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Saskatoon: The Powers Interviews

ISBN: 978-1-894345-99-6

When the city of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan celebrated its centenary in 2006, it looked back on the people and events that helped to shape the city’s fortunes, cultural climate and philosophy. Here, in editor and journalist Ned Powers’ interviews with some of Saskatoon’s most notable citizens, those of you who love Saskatoon and call it home can discover more about the personalities who have recently helped to shape the social climate of the city.

The interviews conducted over the past ten years include: Al Anderson, Dr. Marc Baltzan, Greg Barnsley, Sid Buckwold, Jack Chrones, Bob Corrigall, Pay and Mel Dahlen,Sylvia Fedoruk, Dennis Fisher, Robert Hinitt, W.D. (Bill) Hunter, David Kaplan, Skip Kutz, Dr. Samd Landa, Spero Leakos, Howard Nixon, Bill Perehudoff, Ross and Herb Piner, Lloyd Saunders, Ed Sebestyen, Tillie Taylor, Mary Tkachuk, Nelson Warner, Cliff Wright, and Joe Young.


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