The Canadian Business Journal Welcomes Roy Green to Editorial Line-Up
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - April 14, 2011) -The Canadian Business Journal is pleased to announce a new columnist to its editorial roster: broadcaster Roy Green. The April issue of The Canadian Business Journal features the first edition of Green's column, and can be viewed here: http://www.canadianbusinessjournal.ca/EMAG/April_11/CBJ.php.
Roy Green, a popular radio host, has his own show on the Corus Radio Network on weekends. The Roy Green Show has been cited by Canada's parliamentary newspaper as "required listening for federal politicians". Roy is a three-time consecutive winner of the Canadian Association of Broadcasters national Gold Ribbon award, Canada's most prestigious broadcast award. He is the only media person included on the Hamilton Spectators list of "100 citizens of influence, of excellence and of a common purpose to improve our society, our economy, our spirit and our well-being", and has been named to the Fraser Institute's panel of 24 "distinguished Canadians" charting the future of Canada on the issue of national unity.
"We are very excited to have Roy Green, a seasoned journalist and expert commentator, join our editorial-line-up," said Sara Kopamees, Editor in Chief for George Media. "His insights into economic and politic issues will be well-received by the CBJ audience."
Look for updates from Roy and see his full bio at www.cbj.ca.
About The Canadian Business Journal
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CBJ offers readers a glimpse into major Canadian industries including construction, energy, food and drink, healthcare, manufacturing, and more, through comprehensive profiles of successful Canadian enterprises. The magazine also features articles and columns from Canadian writers focused on all aspects of the Canadian business landscape, from environmental to legal to safety issues.
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