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The host of CBC Newsworld’s “Talk TV,” which airs each weekday, Anne Petrie has been a television and radio broadcaster for more than twenty years. Before joining Newsworld in 1989, she was the award-winning host of CBC Radio’s “3’s Company” in Vancouver and anchored the popular “24 Hours Late Night” at CBC-TV in Winnipeg. She has been a regular contributor to and guest host for programs such as “Morningside,” “Midday,” “The Journal,” and “National Magazine.”
Anne Petrie is the author of three earlier books: Ethnic Vancouver, Vancouver Secrets, and More Vancouver Secrets. She now lives in Calgary.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Maternity homes Canada History, Unmarried mothers Institutional care Canada, Unmarried mothers Canada Public opinion, Public opinion Canada