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CBC’s Terry Milewski to Retire

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  • Veteran CBC-TV reporter Terry Milewski has announced his retirement.  The senior Ottawa correspondent made the announcement on Twitter on Monday.


    “Small news: I gotta go. After 38 years at CBC, I’m retiring.  Still gonna show up often on air and online, so not going cold turkey but…” he posted.

    According to his bio on the CBC website, Milewski has worked in 30 countries over 30 years with the broadcaster.

    His career achievements include setting up “The National”’s  bureau in Jerusalem and becoming its first Middle East correspondent.

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    4 Comments » for CBC’s Terry Milewski to Retire
    1. Rose-Marie Batley says:

      What … He cannot retire. I am still alive. I will miss that voice. And his exceptional mind.

    2. Manami says:

      We will miss you Terry…

      I wish good journalists could stay forever… cannot be forever, but as much as he/she could… We want to hear accurate, honest and heart-warming news.

    3. Libby Owen says:

      Happy retirement to you and may you pursue only your own wishes.

    4. Mary-ev Anderson says:

      I’m glad he’ll still be around. He’s always struck me as credible and insightful, ever really since the APEC pepper spray matter.

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