Margaret Murray was a colourful, independent, life-loving woman who made journalism her calling. She pulled no punches, giving her readers the news exactly as she saw it and winning a reputation as an outspoken, honest, entertaining writer.
Margaret and her husband George met in boomtown Vancouver during the First World War. While raising a family, they operated a succession of papers in British Columbia: as a result, their lives are closely intertwined with six decades of history on Canada's northern and western frontiers. Through it all the wonderful spirit of Margaret Murray shines through--a pioneering newspaperwoman who continued to cause trouble for politicians and powers-that-be well into her eighties.
Ma Murray and the Newspapering Murrays is the fascinating story of an unforgettable Canadian media woman, and of the stories she broke.
About the author
GEORGINA KEDDELL is the daughter of George and Margaret Murray.
"Rich with anecdotes and unexpected wit."