Warren, Peter

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Warren, Peter

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1941 -

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Peter Warren was born in London, England in 1941. He attended Reigate Grammar School, Dulwich College, and Tooting and Mitcham School of Journalism. Warren started his career in 1956 with the Sports Reporting Agency Inc. He wrote for the St. John Telegraph-Journal in 1958, for the Boston Record, the Calgary Herald, and the Hong Kong Star in 1966, and the Winnipeg Tribune in 1966. In 1968, he was made City Editor of the Tribune. Warren is best known in Winnipeg for his social action talk show on CJOB radio's Action Line, that ran from 1971 to 1998. In 1999, he relocated to Victoria, British Columbia where he hosted a national radio program over CKNW. Peter Warren resigned from his National Radio Program in March 2006 to form Peter Warren Investigative Journalism, an agency devoted to the investigation of cold-case murder files.

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