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Tue, 06 Mar 2012 20:48:56 GMT | By Caitlin Decarie
Distinguished Canadian women

Media and journalism



From top left: Lisa LaFlamme, Jeanne Beker, Bonnie Fuller; Mary Walsh, Sandie Rinaldo, Jacquie McNish. (© Nathan Denette; Don Denton; Della Rollins/CP; Peter Kramer/AP Photo; CTV)
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  • From top left: Olivia Chow, Measha Brueggergosman, Belinda Stronach, Clara Hughes, Julie Payette, Deepa Mehta. (© Adrian Wyld; Jeff McIntosh; Pawel Dwulit/CP; Mark Blinch; Mario Anzuoni /REUTERS; NASA)
  • From left: Beveryley McLachlin, Louise Arbour, Adrienne Clarkson, Michaelle Jean, Pamela Wallin. (© Charles Platiau; Chris Wattie/REUTERS; Dominic Chan; Adrian Wyld/CP)
  • From top left: Sheila Copps, Nycole Turmel, Peggy Nash, Kim Campbell, Olivia Chow, Elizabeth May. (© Frank Gunn; Jake Wright; Adrian Wyld; Sean Kilpatrick/CP; Blair Gable; Chris Wattie/REUTERS)
  • From top left: Alison Redford, Hazel McCallion, Dianne Watts, Christy Clark, Kathy Dunderdale, Eva Aariak. (© Jason Franson; Adrian Wyld; Andrew Vaughan; Darryl Dyck/CP)
  • From top left: Irene Rosenfeld, Carol Stephenson, Belinda Stronach, Heather Reisman, Bonnie Brooks, Maureen Sabia. (© Suzanne Plunkett; Chris Wattie; Kena Betancur; Mike Cassese/REUTERS; Pawel Dwulit/CP)
  • From top left: Arlene Dickinson, Sherry Cooper, Barbara Stymiest. (© Frank Arcuri; Ryan Remiorz; Paul Chiasson/The Canadian Press;)
  • From top left: Lisa LaFlamme, Jeanne Beker, Bonnie Fuller; Mary Walsh, Sandie Rinaldo, Jacquie McNish. (© Nathan Denette; Don Denton; Della Rollins/CP; Peter Kramer/AP Photo; CTV)
  • From left: Roberta Bondar, Julie Payette, Mary Jo Haddad. (© Mark Blinch; NASA HO/REUTERS; Patrick Doyle/The Canadian Press)
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Lisa LaFlamme - In 2011, Lisa LaFlamme took over from Lloyd Robertson as CTV's chief news anchor and senior editor. Prior to this move, she was an active reporter in the field, including reporting from Afghanistan.

Jeanne Beker - Jeanne Beker has worked on numerous radio and television stations during her time in the media world. She had the opportunity to host FASHIONTELEVISION in 1985, which became CityTV's most widely watched show with viewers across Canada and in 130 other countries. A digital version of the show was launched in 2001 with Jeanne Beker as the host and segment producer. She has also launched clothing lines, was the editor-in-chief of FQ Magazine and SIR Magazine. She serves as a judge on CTV's 'Canada's Next Top Model.'

Bonnie Fuller - Bonnie Fuller is the current president and editor-in-chief of Hollywood Life, a Los Angeles-based entertainment website. She is active in the media industry by participating on panels and as a contributor to the Huffington Post. She has also held top spots at Glamour Magazine, Cosmopolitan and American Media Inc. At Star magazine she increased circulation to more than 1.5 million and increased newsstand sales of Shape Magazine.

Mary Walsh - As one of the founding creators of CBC's 'This Hour Has 22 Minutes,' Mary Walsh honed her own brand of humour at an early age. She was awarded with the Order of Canada for lifetime achievement in the entertainment industry in 2001. For her work with 'This Hour Has 22 Minutes,' she has received Canadian Comedy awards, Gemini awards and honours from the Writers Guild of Canada. She has appeared in more than 20 movies, television mini-series and programs.

Sandie Rinaldo - Sandie Rinaldo has been a news anchor at CTV for more than 25 years. She also works in the field for the investigative news program, 'W5.' She has earned national recognition for her news coverage, including numerous nominations and awards.

Jacquie McNish - Jacquie McNish is a senior writer for the Globe and Mail. She is also a regular host on BNN, Canada's business news network. As a professor at Osgoode Hall Law School, she co-teaches a seminar on shareholder rights and the media. Her writing has also appeared in the Wall Street Journal and she is the author of two best-selling books.

Sally Armstrong (not pictured)- As a journalist, Sally Armstrong has covered stories about women and girls in conflict zones, such as Bosnia, Somalia and Rwanda. She is an Amnesty International award winner, member of the Order of Canada, and was appointed to the International Women's Commission at the United Nations. She has won many distinguishable awards, including Women of Distinction from the YMCA, Red Cross Humanitarian award, Lifetime Achievement award from the Canadian Journalism Foundation.

Diane Francis (not pictured)- Diane Francis is the editor-at-large for the National Post. She is known across Canada for her newspaper columns, contributions to the Huffington Post and as an author of nine books.

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