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Judy Steed

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Toronto Star

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Toronto Star

One Yonge St. 4Th Floor

Toronto, Ontario,M5E 1E6

Canada

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Employment History

Writer, Screenwriter, Researcher, Ghostwriter, Fitness Instructor (Pilates, Yoga,) Meditation Leader

SteedBooks Inc.


Columnist

Torstar Digital


Feature Writer

globeandmail.com


Affiliations

The Gatehouse

Board Member


Healthy

Founder


Parents

Board Member


Y's Healthy Living club

Founder


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www.lakefieldherald.com

The "Living History" of 20 senior citizens from Lakefield and area is now in written biographical format, thanks to a partnership between Community Care Lakefield, Lakefield College School and journalist Judy Steed.
Students had earlier learned interview techniques from Judy Steed, an award winning journalist who has written extensively for such publications as the Globe and Mail and the Toronto Star. Lakefield College School was approached last year to partner with Community Care and Judy Steed. Judy Steed, who has a year round cottage in the area, is an award winning journalist and author. A feature writer at the Globe and Mail from 1981-89, and at the Toronto Star from 1989 to 2008, Judy is the recipient of four National Newspaper Award citations for feature writing. She was awarded the Atkinson Fellowship in Public Policy, which enabled her to study Aging for one year. She asked questions such as, Where are the best places in the world to grow old, and why? She travelled to Paris, Copenhagen, Stockholm and London. Her series, titled Boomer Tsunami, generated the biggest response of any Atkinson series in the history of the fellowship.


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Judy Steed, Journalist, Toronto Star is the Keynote Speaker.
A panel discussion will also take place with Judy Steed, Ruth Kitson & Bradley Young.


www.parentsforyouth.com [cached]

Judy SteedParents for Youth - Helping and Supporting ParentsJudy SteedJudy Steed is a journalist and author.The recipient of four National Newspaper Award citations for feature writing, she worked at the Globe and Mail from 1981 to 1989, when she joined the Toronto Star, where she is currently based.She wrote the number one bestselling political biography, Ed Broadbent: Pursuit of Power, and Our Little Secret: Confronting Child Sexual Abuse in Canada (in which the work of Harvey Armstrong and Mary Armstrong is highlighted).As a journalist she has worked at Queen's Park and in the Ottawa bureau, and has covered international and national political issues as well as social, cultural and sports stories.She worked at CITY-TV and as a film and TV producer.She teaches yoga at the YMCA and enjoys accompanying her therapy dog Celeste to the long-term care facility where Celeste works.


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-Judy Steed, award-winning columnist, Toronto Star


www.yorku.ca

Judy Steed, journalist, Toronto Star; 2007 Atkinson Fellowship in Public Policy
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