This is the personal website of Denis Calnan.
Denis is a freelance writer, broadcaster and artist. He is currently working with CBC in Charlottetown, PEI. Denis landed here after an adventurous year in 2011, that took him from Montreal to Blantyre, Malawi, to Canada's most northern community, Grise Fiord. During this time he published with the Toronto Star and various other publications.
In 2010 Denis worked as a researcher and reporter for CBC Radio in Montreal where he performed on-air and contributed unique ideas that were lead stories.
Denis has recently written for Canadian Geographic, This Magazine and Spacing. He has previously worked with CBC Radio in Labrador as an associate producer/technician and reporter for Labrador Morning.
In 2008/09 he lived in Happy Valley Goose Bay, Labrador. Before that he lived in Halifax for five years, while travelling between many places in Canada and internationally. He was born and raised in Weston, a community in Toronto.
Denis has worked extensively with Urban Arts, a community arts council, in Toronto and has travelled overseas with Youth Challenge International.
He attended Nova Scotia College of Art and Design and graduated in 2007 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts.
Denis studied French and attended King's College School of Journalism where he graduated with a Bachelor of Journalism in 2008.
He has co-ordinated arts events, including the Go North! arts festival in Halifax's North End community.
On his spare time Denis creates editorial cartoons.
Check out his work.
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All content is copyright Denis Calnan 2008. This website is designed and maintained by Denis Calnan.