By Trevor Hewitt
When Peter Mansbridge began working at a Winnipeg newsroom in 1971, there was only one woman in the entire newsroom.
Her job? Answering the phone and getting coffee.
That is until one day when someone asked her,…
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In 2014, CBC correspondent Adrienne Arsenault cut her vacation short to accept a gig covering the worst outbreak of Ebola in history. She barely hesitated.
“I can’t imagine saying no. I don’t think it’s in our DNA…
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