The career of Saskatchewan-born broadcaster and journalist Pamela Wallin spans more than 25 years and several continents. She has received four honorary degrees and numerous awards and honours in recognition of her work. In 1999 she was the first recipient of the United Nations UNIFEM Canada Award for outstanding contributions toward the advancement of women. In the same year, she was awarded her home province's highest honour, the Saskatchewan Order of Merit.
Wallin began her multimedia career working both on-air and behind the scenes as a radio producer in Regina, Ottawa, and Toronto. Her assignments included working with the highly acclaimed Patrick Watson/Laurier LaPierre hour on CBC's Sunday Morning and with As It Happens,where she was national political producer.
In 1981, she was recruited by CTV to host Canada AM and in 1985 she became the first woman in Canadian network television history to be appointed Ottawa bureau chief when CTV named her to this position. Wallin also produced and hosted CTV's weekly political forum, Question Period, and regularly anchored the weekend edition of CTV National News. From 1992 to 1995, Wallin co-anchored CBC's Prime Time News.
In 1998, she published her best-selling memoir, Since You Asked. Recently, she hosted the special Canadian Edition of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire.
Wallin currently hosts and produces Pamela Wallin's Talk TV for the CTV Group. She is a featured columnist at globebooks.com, where she brings her unique and informed perspective to an exploration of books, authors, trends, and ideas. She also hosts the Pamela Wallin Cultural Weekends at the Muskoka Sands Resort in Ontario, showcasing and interviewing an array of North America's outstanding artists and authors.
Wallin was appointed to UW's Board of Governors in April 2000.
May 9, 2001
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Letson, Douglas R.
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David Johnston, Chair
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