Author Tags: Journalism

Born on January 15, 1936 in London, England, Moira Farrow worked with several London newspapers from 1957 to 1961. She immigrated to Canada in 1962, first arriving in Toronto, then settling in Vancouver. She became a reporter with The Vancouver Sun where she spent the majority of her career. In 1995 she won the Bruce Hutchison Lifetime Achievement award for her 33 years of journalism with the newspaper. She was the author of Nobody Here But Us: Pioneers of the North (J.J. Douglas, 1975). She died of cancer in 1997 at age 61.

[BCBW 2003] "Journalism"