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In his own words: #In February 1971, when I was unjustly fired by the Globe and Mail nine days after being nominated for a national newspaper award, following which I was blacklisted across Canada for the next 35 years, Hardial encouraged me to march on. “If the Globe and Mail won’t tell the truth, you will tell the truth,” he told me at the time. If the need to tell the truth was great in 1971, it is even greater today at a time the dangers facing our world are greater and more and more of our people are made to die and suffer at the
hands of darkest reaction.’

(Tony Seed is Editor and Publisher of the Nova Scotia-based Shunpiking Magazine. Visit their website at: www.shunpiking.com Tony can be reached at: shunpike@shunpiking.com )