John Honderich, a lifelong newspaperman who is chair of the board of Torstar Corp., has been named to the Canadian News Hall of Fame.
He will share the honour this year with CTV reporter Craig Oliver, a veteran newsman who started with a CBC radio station in Prince Rupert, B.C., in 1957 and moved to CTV in 1972, where he ultimately became Ottawa bureau chief.
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