*Originally published in our September 11-17, 2022 issue
We were in a restaurant in a hotel in Paris. It was the middle of the Republican primaries before that weird election that took Donald J. Trump to a one term presidency.
Wife and I were on a short trip to France.
The province’s news leader continues to share the important stories that shape the province, country and world
Jodi Cooke is one of NTV’s most seasoned journalists and perhaps the province’s most dynamic.
She embodies the spirit of NTV News, where versatility and professionalism are paramount. Cooke, who’s been with NTV
*Originally published in our July 10-16, 2022 issue
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