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Time of Remembrance: Meet Author Ted Barris

Monday, November 11, 2019, 6:30 - 8:30pm
Old Post Office
12 Water Street South, Cambridge, ON
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Join noted military historian and author Ted Barris for a talk about his latest book, Rush to Danger, which describes the heroic stories of Canadian military medics over the last century.

Q&A and book signing to follow.

Book Express will be selling Ted's books at this event. They will accept cash or credit for purchases.

This event has been funded by Veterans Affairs Canada.


Ted Barris is an award-winning journalist, author, and broadcaster. For more than 40 years, his writing has regularly appeared in the national press, as well as magazines as diverse as Air Force, esprit de corps and Zoomer. He has also worked as host/contributor for most CBC Radio network programs and on TV Ontario. And after 18 years teaching, he has just retired as a full-time professor of journalism at Toronto’s Centennial College. Barris is the author of 19 bestselling, non-fiction books.

Not a soldier, but the soldier’s storyteller, not a veteran, but recognized by vets as keeper of the flame, he was one of 19 civilians presented with the Minister of Veterans’ Affairs Commendation. In 2012, the Air Force Association of Canada selected Ted Barris to receive Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee Medal.

Ages 16+



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Ted Barris

Rush to Danger book cover