Sean Holman is a journalism instructor at the University of Victoria and was the founding editor of the pioneering online investigative political news service, Public Eye. A former syndicated columnist, Holman also worked as a legislative reporter for 24 Hours Vancouver and The Vancouver Sun. In 2004, Holman won the Jack Webster Award for a five-month investigation into what became known as the Doug Walls affair. In addition to teaching, he hosts a talk show on CFAX 1070, Victoria's most listened to radio station, and provides a weekly political commentary for Vancouver's News 1130. A former government communications advisor, his coverage has also appeared in The Globe and Mail, the Times Colonist and Dow Jones News Service.
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