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Ed Gould


GOULD, Ed (1936-2001)
Journalist, Writer

Ed Gould was born in Alberta in 1936 and educated at the University of British Columbia and the University of Victoria. Gould began writing as a reporter and editor for various newspapers, the Canadian Press, and the CBC, before establishing himself as a freelance writer. He also worked as a freelance broadcaster and publisher and co-founded his own publishing company, Cappis Press.

His writing has appeared in numerous periodicals and newspapers. In 1973 Gould was awarded the Media Club of Canada award. Between 1975 and 1988 Gould published twelve books, many of which focus specifically on Canadian subjects. In addition, Gould has written book reviews, pieces of fiction and humor, and articles that reflect his interest in travel, film, the arts and various Canadian personalities.

Ed Gould passed away in 2001.

Archival Collections (Finding Aids in PDF format)


88-72 - Research Materials. 1959-1986

89-60 - Personal and Professional Papers. 1963-1990

91-10 - Research Materials. 1989-1991

92-20 - Personal and Professional Papers. 1965-1992

92-74 - Personal and Professional Papers. 1971-1992

93-66 - Personal and Professional Papers, 1973-1993

94-96 - Personal and Professional Correspondence. 1990-1994

95-74 - Newspaper Clippings and Correspondence. 1982-1995

96-63 - Newspaper Clippings and Correspondence. 1995-1996

97-41 - Personal and Professional Correspondence. 1996-1997

99-3 - Newspaper Clippings and Correspondence. 1997-1998

2000-53 - Newspaper Clippings and Correspondence. 1999-2000