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Glenn Wilkins

Glenn Wilkins

Glenn Wilkins, in a 30-year media career, has written for print and electronic media, as well as for TV and radio. Glenn has two books under his belt, profiling Canadian actors on Broadway and NHL coaches.

Recent Work by Glenn

Barrie native makes Argo debut this Sunday

Barrie native makes Argo debut this Sunday

Kyle Graves and the Toronto Argonauts will face the Hamilton Tiger-Cats
Francophone singer hits Mady Centre Saturday

Francophone singer hits Mady Centre Saturday

Ottawa's Gabrielle Goulet is set to perform at the Mady Centre this weekend
Military Park on target for September opening

Military Park on target for September opening

Construction began last week on the south shore of Kempenfelt Bay
Everything from Elvis the King to Dancing Queens

Everything from Elvis the King to Dancing Queens

There’s lots more to Edenvale than just the Aerodrome… Mamma Mia, is there ever!
Tim Hicks: Another reason to celebrate Canada Day

Tim Hicks: Another reason to celebrate Canada Day

The Canadian country star will perform in Wasaga Beach on July 1
Barrie's Kansas Stone ready to rock Mavricks

Barrie's Kansas Stone ready to rock Mavricks

The members of Kansas Stone are just trying to be themselves
Travel Centre open house provides lots to discover

Travel Centre open house provides lots to discover

Learn all you need to know about summer events this Friday
Pianist channels keyboard greats as part of jazz festival

Pianist channels keyboard greats as part of jazz festival

'We're making history here'
Future Ivy-Leaguer Chisholm devoted to lacrosse, Lakeshores

Future Ivy-Leaguer Chisholm devoted to lacrosse, Lakeshores

Connor Chisholm and teammates just returned from Washington, D.C. where they won the first-ever GEICO High School National Lacrosse championship
Talk is Free Theatre offers new treats all season long

Talk is Free Theatre offers new treats all season long

The season opens in late November with Leonard Bernstein’s musical satire 'Candide'