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Ian Froese

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Brandon, Manitoba, Canada
Reporter — Brandon Sun

Reporter for @thebrandonsun | ifroese@brandonsun.com | Comfort the afflicted, afflict the comfortable | Formerly: @TheCarillon

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Biography

I tell stories in my capacity as a reporter/photographer at the Steinbach Carillon, an award-winning weekly newspaper serving southeastern Manitoba. I have been recognized with national and provincial community newspaper honours for my work.

My byline has also appeared in the Winnipeg Free Press,...

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@ianfroese — 1,393 followers, 23,023 tweets

Nov 23, 2017

RT @withfilesfrom: Can I just say that @AldoSantin has the best email signature (though I have much faith in the Free Press newsroom).…

Nov 23, 2017

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Nov 22, 2017

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Nov 22, 2017

RT @paulisci: Actual fun gifts for writers: 1. Red wine 2. Beer 3. Scotch 4. Vodka 5. Chocolate 6. White wine 7. Ice cream 8…

Nov 22, 2017

RT @chrissyteigen: just finished mario odyssey. what do i do now? go back and find all the moons? discover secret caves? beat my old t…

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What was your first job as a journalist?

I wrote the community news column for my hometown.

Who's your favorite fictional journalist?

Clark Kent! One local businessman calls me Clark whenever I walk into his place. Maybe the best compliment I could get.

What does it mean to be a journalist?

To decipher, to summarize and to confront.

Canadian Community Newspaper Association

2015 - 2nd place - Best Feature Photo
A national second place honour within our circulation class for a photo from a chuckwagon racing event at the Manitoba Stampede.

Manitoba Community Newspapers Association

2016 - 1st Place - Best Education Story
A feature story detailing how a university scholarship destined for Steinbach science students was lost in the throes of bureaucracy for two decades.