In his 50 year career as a newspaper reporter, former Senior Paper publisher Clay Stacey spent his time in Canada’s?four western provinces searching for the ever-elusive ‘better story’.
During those 50 years, he found himself interviewing everyone from prime ministers to skid row drunks – and many memorable people in-between.
He recalls being hustled, lied to, laughed at, scorned, embarrassed, and cursed. He recounts finding himself at the scenes of many tragedies and tense situations. Twice his life was and twice he had a pie thrown in his face!
Enjoy reading the true adventures and memorable recollections of a career newspaper reporter in The Inquiring Reporter.