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Ed Willes started his journalism career in 1982 at The Medicine Hat News. After four years there, he moved to the Regina Leader Post, then to the Winnipeg Sun, where he was the hockey writer for eight years. In 1997—98, he worked as a freelancer out of Montreal and ended up writing for the New York Times. That summer he was offered the sports columnist job at the Vancouver Province, where he’s been ever since. He is the author of one critically acclaimed book, The Rebel League. He lives in North Vancouver, B.C.
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