Joan Eyolfson Cadham
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Joan Eyolfson Cadham is an award-winning columnist and freelance journalist who moved from Montreal to Foam Lake in 1992, giving up the security of “a real job” so that she could write full time.


Current occupation:

Editor, Lögberg-Heimskringla, the Icelandic bi-weekly published out of Winnipeg, covering all things Icelandic across Canada, the USA and Iceland, the oldest continuously published ethnic newspaper in Canada.

Editor, Port Hole, the quarterly magazine of Canadian Power and Sail Squadrons, a volunteer organization devoted to teaching and promoting safe boating.

Columnist for Prairie Messenger, published weekly by the Benedictine monks at St. Peter's Abbey, Muenster, SK.

Columnist and editorial writer for the Foam Lake Review.

Most recent major projects:

Editor, Beyond Belief: Agnostic musings for 12 Step life, finally, daily reflections for nonbelievers, freethinkers and everyone, author Joe C., Rebellion Dogs Publishing, 2013

Author, The Prairie Does Flourish: Sisters of St. Elizabeth, 100 years of blooming on Canadian soil, a history of the Congregation in Humboldt, published by the Sisters of St. Elizabeth, Humboldt, SK, 2011

Editor, Starting Out: A young man's search, life after school, in written conversations with a 75-year-old mentor, Rob Miller with Dennis Dwyer, prepared for the Dobson Centre for Entrepreneurial Studies, Desautels Faculty of Management, McGill University, 2011


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Joan Eyolfson Cadham
Box 1049 Foam Lake Sask S0A 1A0
phone 306-272-4994
fax 306-272-3796
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