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Ms. Ann Rees

Journalism and Communication Instructor

Kwantlen Polytechnic University

Direct Phone: (604) ***-****       

Kwantlen Polytechnic University

12666 72Nd Avenue

Surrey, British Columbia V3W 2M8

Canada

Company Description

Kwantlen Polytechnic University located in greater Vancouver BC, Canada, Kwantlen Polytechnic University offers over 135 diverse programs, 17 bachelor's degrees and more than 20 value-added services. more

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Background Information

Employment History

Doctorate
Simon Fraser University

Education

PhD candidate
Communication
Simon Fraser University

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Ann Rees Phone: 604.599.2653 arees@telus.net
Ann Rees is a former investigative reporter who won the 2002 Atkinson Fellowship in Public Policy Journalism; was twice a finalist for the Michener Certificate for Meritorious Public Service; won numerous B.C. Newspaper Awards, the Freedom of Information and Privacy Association (FIPPA) Award, and the Connaught Medal for Excellence in Health Research. She specializes in disclosure law, including Access to Information and Freedom of Information which she used extensively as a reporter, and which was also the subject of her one-year Atkinson Fellowship research project with the Toronto Star. She also served on the Executive Board of FIPPA. Ann is currently a PhD candidate in Communication at Simon Fraser University. Communication rights, political communication, and the public's right to access information about government in a democracy are the central themes of her PhD thesis, one chapter of which was published (2012) by UBC Press as the lead chapter in an edited book called Brokering Access. Ann has been teaching journalism and communication courses at Kwantlen Polytechnic University since 2003.


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Ann Rees Phone: 604.599.2653 arees@telus.net
Ann Rees is a former investigative reporter who won the 2002 Atkinson Fellowship in Public Policy Journalism; was twice a finalist for the Michener Certificate for Meritorious Public Service; won numerous B.C. Newspaper Awards, the Freedom of Information and Privacy Association (FIPPA) Award, and the Connaught Medal for Excellence in Health Research. She specializes in disclosure law, including Access to Information and Freedom of Information which she used extensively as a reporter, and which was also the subject of her one-year Atkinson Fellowship research project with the Toronto Star. She also served on the Executive Board of FIPPA. Ann is currently a PhD candidate in Communication at Simon Fraser University. Communication rights, political communication, and the public's right to access information about government in a democracy are the central themes of her PhD thesis, one chapter of which was published (2012) by UBC Press as the lead chapter in an edited book called Brokering Access. Ann has been teaching journalism and communication courses at Kwantlen Polytechnic University since 2003.


Faculty

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Ann Rees Phone: 604.599.2653 arees@telus.net
Ann Rees is a former investigative reporter who won the 2002 Atkinson Fellowship in Public Policy Journalism; was twice a finalist for the Michener Certificate for Meritorious Public Service; won numerous B.C. Newspaper Awards, the Freedom of Information and Privacy Association (FIPPA) Award, and the Connaught Medal for Excellence in Health Research. She specializes in disclosure law, including Access to Information and Freedom of Information which she used extensively as a reporter, and which was also the subject of her one-year Atkinson Fellowship research project with the Toronto Star. She also served on the Executive Board of FIPPA. Ann is currently a PhD candidate in Communication at Simon Fraser University. Communication rights, political communication, and the public's right to access information about government in a democracy are the central themes of her PhD thesis, one chapter of which was published (2012) by UBC Press as the lead chapter in an edited book called Brokering Access. Ann has been teaching journalism and communication courses at Kwantlen Polytechnic University since 2003.


Faculty

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Ann Rees Phone: 604.599.2653 arees@telus.net
Ann Rees is a former investigative reporter who won the 2002 Atkinson Fellowship in Public Policy Journalism; was twice a finalist for the Michener Certificate for Meritorious Public Service; won numerous B.C. Newspaper Awards, the Freedom of Information and Privacy Association (FIPPA) Award, and the Connaught Medal for Excellence in Health Research. She specializes in disclosure law, including Access to Information and Freedom of Information which she used extensively as a reporter, and which was also the subject of her one-year Atkinson Fellowship research project with the Toronto Star. She also served on the Executive Board of FIPPA. Ann is currently a PhD candidate in Communication at Simon Fraser University. Communication rights, political communication, and the public's right to access information about government in a democracy are the central themes of her PhD thesis, one chapter of which was published (2012) by UBC Press as the lead chapter in an edited book called Brokering Access. Ann has been teaching journalism and communication courses at Kwantlen Polytechnic University since 2003.


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Ann Rees Phone: 604.599.2653 arees@telus.net
Ann Rees is a former investigative reporter who won the 2002 Atkinson Fellowship in Public Policy Journalism; was twice a finalist for the Michener Certificate for Meritorious Public Service; won numerous B.C. Newspaper Awards, the Freedom of Information and Privacy Association (FIPPA) Award, and the Connaught Medal for Excellence in Health Research. She specializes in disclosure law, including Access to Information and Freedom of Information which she used extensively as a reporter, and which was also the subject of her one-year Atkinson Fellowship research project with the Toronto Star. She also served on the Executive Board of FIPPA. Ann is currently a PhD candidate in Communication at Simon Fraser University. Communication rights, political communication, and the public's right to access information about government in a democracy are the central themes of her PhD thesis, one chapter of which was published (2012) by UBC Press as the lead chapter in an edited book called Brokering Access. Ann has been teaching journalism and communication courses at Kwantlen Polytechnic University since 2003.

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