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Garber, Anne


GARBER, Anne. Canadian, b. 1946. Genres: Food and Wine, Travel/Exploration. Career: Toronto Stock Exchange, ON, deputy supervisor of public relations and market reports, 1968-70; Recent Developments, CEO, 1972-; Dunsky Advertising Ltd., Vancouver, BC, account group supervisor, 1973-76; Asta Productions Ltd., Vancouver, head film writer, 1977-82; Canadian Broadcasting Corporation-TV, Vancouver, commentator on the program Consumers Report, 1983; BCTV-TV News, Vancouver, consumer commentator, 1984; CJOR-Radio, Vancouver, producer of the Dave Barrett Show and host of a talk show, 1984-89; CKVU-TV, consumer commentator, 1986-89; Commonwealth Summit Conference, media relations adviser, 1987; Vancouver film commissioner, 1987-88; Office of the Mayor of Vancouver, communications officer, 1987-88; Associated Producers Bureau, executive director, 1988-; The Province newspaper, Vancouver, featured columnist, 1988-, restaurant critic, 1990-; Serious Publishing, editor-in-chief, 1991-; Telus Multimedia, national food & book editor, 1998-2001; Media, Inc., managing director, 2002-. Publications: Here Today (documentary film), 1977; The Vancouver Super Shopper, 1982, 4th ed., 1986; (with J. Crawford) Rise and Shine Vancouver, 1990; Vancouver Out to Lunch, 1990; Shopping the World, 1991; Cheap Eats, 1991, 2nd ed. (with J.T.D. Keyes), 1998; The Serious Shopper's Guide to Vancouver, 1992; (with J.T.D. Keyes) Victoria's Best Bargains, 1994; (with L. Gannon) Vancouver's Best Bargains, 1995; Exploring Ethnic Vancouver, 1996; (with J.T.D. Keyes) Vancouver's Cheap Eats, 1997. Contributor to magazines and newspapers. Address: 206 W 15th Ave, Vancouver, BC, Canada V5Y 1X9. Online address: [email protected];;

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