Born in St. Catharines, Ontario, Janice Paskey is past editor of Calgary’s Avenue magazine, and the McGill University alumni magazine in Montreal. She holds a bachelor of journalism degree from Carleton University and a master’s degree from the Institute of International Relations at the University of Chile. Over the course of her career, she has served as Canadian Correspondent for The Chronicle of Higher Education, web producer for CTV Calgary, Executive Director of Communications for the University of Calgary Development Office, and Manager of Communications for Development and Alumni at McGill.
Her publications include: “The Alberta Oil Sands, Journalists, and their Sources” (Janice Paskey & Gillian Steward) and The Alberta Oil Sands Then and Now: An An Investigation of the Economic, Environmental and. Social Discourses Across Four Decades (Janice Paskey, Gillian Steward, Amanda Williams) both published by the Oil Sands Research and Information Network.
Together with a team from Mount Royal, she produces the Magazine School Curriculum Project for the Western Magazine Awards Foundation (2008 to 2014) View it at themagazineschool.ca