Born in northeastern Alberta and educated at the University of Alberta (BA, BFA), Margret Kopala has a broad background in television and independent feature film production, mostly with BBC TV in the 60s and 70s. Her political background includes one federal candidacy and various non-profit organizations including chairmanship of the former National Debaters’ Forum and Centre for Immigration Policy Reform. Her writing has focused on public policy analysis as a columnist for the Ottawa Citizen for several years and more recently for C2C. Her first book – The Dog Bone Portfolio, An Investor’s Odyssey into the First Kondratieff Winter of the Twenty-First Century – was published in 2015. She lives in Ottawa with her husband, journalist and political theorist Robert Sibley, PhD. Their son, Daniel Kopala-Sibley, is an associate professor at the University of Calgary.
See also http://margretkopala.com for her collection of articles and columns.
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