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Reader's Digest lecture series in Journalism

Date & time

Friday, April 4, 2014
7:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Registration is closed


Mark Kelley of The Fifth Estate


This event is free




Engineering and Visual Arts Complex
1515 St. Catherine W. Room Room 1.615, York Ampitheatre

Wheelchair accessible


Join us for the Reader's Digest annual public lecture series in Journalism hosted by the fifth estate's investigative journalist Mark Kelley. 

Secrets, sources and scoops:
Getting the story in the new age of investigative journalism

Friday, April 4, 2014                     

  • Lecture: 7:30 p.m (Room 1.615, York Ampitheatre)
  • Engineering, Computer Science and Visual Arts Integrated Complex (1515 Ste. Catherine St. W.), Sir George Williams Campus

Free admission | Open to the public | Advance registration required

Register: online or phone 514-848-2424, ext. 4397, or 1-888-777-3330

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Mark Kelley

Co-host | the fifth estate

He's the newest member of the fifth estate team, but Mark Kelley has a career that spans more than two decades at CBC News, including his award-winning work as an investigative journalist as co-host of CBC News: Disclosure.

Most recently, Kelley hosted Connect, CBC News Network's prime time news program that highlighted the personal stories behind the day's headlines. Kelley has built his career connecting with Canadians. Whether he was spending seven days as a teacher in a struggling B.C. school, or living in a homeless shelter in Montreal, Kelley has always gone one step further to tell the stories that matter to Canadians.

Kelley has been front and centre for some of the most dramatic stories in recent memory -- from his coverage of Canada's mission in Afghanistan to reporting from the middle of the Arab Spring's revolutionary rise in Tahrir Square to his dramatic live coverage of the 9/11 attacks when he was host of CBC News: Morning.

As the face of Connect, Kelley won a Gemini Award in 2011 for Best Host or Interviewer in a News Information Program. He has won four other Geminis for his work with CBC News: Disclosure, The National, CBC News: Morning and CBC's Beijing Olympicbroadcast.

Originally from Montreal, and a graduate of Concordia University, Kelley, his wife and four boys live in Toronto.

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