Sean Frankling


  • Sean Frankling

    Sean Frankling’s experience includes newspaper reporting as well as writing for video and podcast media. He’s been chasing stories since his first co-op for Toronto’s Gleaner Community Press at age 19. He studied journalism at Carleton University and has written for the Toronto Star, WatchMojo and other outlets.

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Reaching out to diaspora Christians

“When I came here [to Canada] in 1996, I was alone. I was lonely and scared. The first thing I looked for is a church,”

Western fires wreak havoc

PWRDF starts fund for in-Canada emergencies as blazes spur N.W.T. exodus, claim B.C. Anglican camp Wildfires in western Canada this summer forced residents to evacuate

Church to publish MAID essays

The Anglican Church of Canada will publish a set of writings on medical assistance in dying (MAID) this September with the aim of helping members

‘Music will teach you how to feel’

A scholar and composer ponders the role of church music amid a 1,700-year-old culture war As an educator, composer, curator and practitioner, Robert Busiakiewicz has

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