Bob Waller

Bob Waller graduated with a BA from Glendon College of York University in Toronto in 1970. He immediately went to work as a copy editor for The Globe and Mail and remained in print media until May 1974 when he switched to television and joined the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation as a news reporter in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. In 1975 he became editor of the newsroom at CBC and in 1981, he transferred to CBC National TV News in Toronto. By the end of that year he was promoted to senior news editor. Bob retired in 2007 after 33 years service and then worked for the Canadian Media Guild until 2010 when he retired for good. Bob can be reached at
Who Says That Young People Cannot Affect Change The war in Vietnam was a defining event from the mid-1960s to the mid-1970s for university students in Canada, especially young men, including those of us at Glendon College. We watched as our American contemporaries were drafted and sent to fight in...