Award-winning Author and Broadcaster
Bruce Dowbiggin's career is unmatched in Canada for its diversity and breadth of
experience . He is currently the editor and publisher of Not The Public Broadcaster
website and is also a contributor to SiriusXM Canada Talks. His new book Cap In
Hand was released in the fall of 2018.
Bruce's career has included successful stints in television, radio and print. A
two-time winner of the Gemini Award as Canada's top television sports broadcaster
for his work with CBC-TV, Mr. Dowbiggin is also the best-selling author of "Money
Players" (finalist for the 2004 National Business Book Award) and two new books--
Ice Storm: The Rise and Fall of the Greatest Vancouver Canucks Team Ever for Greystone
Press and Grant Fuhr: Portrait of a Champion for Random House.
His ground-breaking investigations into the life and times of Alan Eagleson led
to his selection as the winner of the Gemini for Canada's top sportscaster in 1993
and again in 1996. This work earned him the reputation as one of Canada's top investigative
journalists in any field.
He was a featured columnist for the Calgary Herald (1998-2009) and the Globe & Mail
(2009-2013) where his incisive style and wit on sports media and business won him